Complementing University Curricula Efforts

Resources for building strong technical leadership and innovation programs

To better prepare students for the innovation economy, Intel provides higher education faculty worldwide with curriculum and resources for emerging technologies such as parallel programming, visual computing, embedded applications, advanced manufacturing technology, and more.

Embedded Curriculum

Embedded University Program

Curriculum, contests, and research enable tomorrow’s technology leaders to gain an understanding of embedded systems.

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NanoTechnology

NanoTechnology

Supported by the Intel Foundation and the National Science Foundation, the Network for Computational Nanotechnology is preparing resources to help students contribute to nanotechnology development.

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SRC Alliance

SRC Alliance

Made possible by a grant from the Intel Foundation, the Semiconductor Research Corporation’s Education Alliance provides technical undergrads with hands-on research opportunities.

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Security Curriculum

Security Curriculum

To empower students to analyze and mitigate systems security risks, this content augments computing curriculum at undergraduate and graduate levels.

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Classic Curriculum

These standard courses in microelectronics manufacturing technology and systems design have provided a foundation for many EE majors over the years. The materials science and engineering curriculum includes:

 

NGO-Industry Collaboration

NGO-Industry Collaboration

Intel helps develop a diverse pipeline of technical talent through collaboration with academia, government, industry and non-government organization (NGO) partners.

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Entrepreneurial Curriculum

Entrepreneurial Curriculum

Intel has partnered with the professors at UC Berkeley to develop a full academic year of entrepreneurship courses.

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