"FETEL07" of HCMC University of Science - The Champion of LSI Design Contest, Japan 2011
The Organizer of the 14th LSI (Large Scale Integrated) Design Contest today announced the Champion of LSI Design Contest 2011 : The Team "FETEL07" involved by Ms. Tang Phuong Phuong - senior student of HCMC University of Science & her classmate Mr. Nguyen Phu Khanh.
The Team “Three Sun” from Chiba University, Japan and the VN Team "Kitten" involved by Nguyen Pham Hoang Dung - Master of HCM University of Technology and Huynh Quang Trung – Master of HCMC University of Science both won the 2nd Prizes.
The contest is held from January to March in Okinawa,Japan. After the knock-down round, the best of 21 top teams over the Pacific Asia region are sponsored to Okinawa, Japan to involve the final round. All of them must be good at technical skills and presentation in English for the contest.
The International LSI Design Contest was set up since 1997 by the Association of Industry Renovation and Semiconductor Technology Kyushu, Japan. It is anually organized for undergraduates and graduates from different colleges and universities in the Asia Pacific region.
The idea of the contest is to develop LSI design skills for students and boost semiconductor industry in Japan and Asia Pacific countries.
In 2010 , Prof. Dang Luong Mo with the help of Prof. Ochi - LSI Contest 's Representative introduced this contest to Vietnamese Universities.
Last year, another Vietnamese team LITTLE CHICKENS involved by Hong Thi Tran - Master of HCMUS won the first prize.
Ref link : http://www.lsicontest.com/2010/result_e.html
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