Intel® Embedded University Program
Educating the Engineers of Tomorrow
The Intel® Embedded University Program increases the presence of Intel® architecture in classrooms and research labs worldwide.
The program supports universities in curriculum development, hardware, student contests, and research. It also holds an annual research and education summit giving professors opportunities to interact with peers, Intel architects, and engineers.
Many of these competitions put higher education students in situations similar to those they will face in the real-world with time, budget, and/or product component restraints.
Intel Embedded Curricula Support
Intel is committed to supporting universities worldwide as they develop curricula to give students hands-on experience with embedded systems. The curriculum exchange program enables professors to share Intel® Atom™ content for their embedded systems courses. Also, Intel® Atom™ processor-based platform kits are available for curricula and research by universities.
Resources and Events
Resources are available for university curriculum developers and researchers, including app development resources, workshops, tutorials, and other events.