Due to the fast-paced rate of innovation and the current economic market forces, the electronics industry is increasingly dependent on highly skilled engineers and relevant industry research. Engineers with an understanding of current design and verification methodologies are needed to confront the industry's contradictory driving forces: increasing complexity and decreasing development time and costs.
Future engineers need access to state-of-the art modeling and simulation tools in order to enter the workforce with current, marketable skills. The Intel® CoFluent™ Studio University Program provides access to Intel® CoFluent™ studio for teaching and academic research.
The university program encourages an even greater level of cooperation and communication with academic institutions and research laboratories. It helps prepare students for careers in industry, providing them with hands-on experience. The program also enables graduates to quickly bring valuable skills to their future employer.
University program options
Benefits of membership in the university program include access to training, curriculum, limited technical support, and more. A package addressing teaching and researching needs includes:
The Intel® CoFluent™ studio toolset is based on MCSE methodology.
When a college or university participates in the program, an extensive four-day training package is available to professors to introduce the MCSE methodology and assist in curriculum development.
The training accelerates the creation of a system-level design course and provides customizable course materials.