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Cypress and BITS, Pilani - K.K. Birla Goa Campus Team Up on New PSoC® 3 Lab

最近更新: 2010 年 5 月 26 日

Sign Agreement for Collaborative Research and Funded Lab Development

BANGALORE, India 2010 年 5 月 27 日 – Cypress Semiconductor Corp. (Nasdaq: CY) and the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani - K.K. Birla Goa Campus (BPKKBGC) signed a memorandum of understanding for collaborative research and funded lab development based on the PSoC® 3 programmable system-on-chip. The MoU was signed by Professor K.E. Raman, Director, BPKKBGC and Patrick Kane, Director of Cypress University Alliance.

Patrick Kane visited the campus where he inaugurated a state-of-the-art PSoC 3 lab—the first of its kind in India. The lab will expose students to the PSoC platform, a flexible family of devices with programmable analog and digital blocks integrated with a microcontroller. With its unique architecture, PSoC provides an unrivaled learning platform for embedded design students and will enable them to create projects and solutions for embedded systems.

“Our focus is to excite students about new technologies and hence grow the pool of budding, talented engineers from India. The PSoC lab will allow students to innovate and work on high-tech projects,” said Patrick Kane. He and his team interacted extensively with both students and faculty at BPKKBGC. They also conducted a workshop for the Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Group.

“The lab has added an extra dimension to the student learning experience and has resulted in a unique learning platform where students now receive real-world, hands-on experience in developing applications,” said Professor Raman.

Students from BPKKBGC have implemented a number of projects using PSoC 1 technology. Some of these include a BLDC motor driver, a pH meter, an accelerometer based tilt sensor, a PWM driven hexapod etc. These projects are currently being developed using the new PSoC 3 platform, which uses an 8051 core as well a programmable analog and digital modules. 

Students have also been involved in research based projects such as study of battery charging algorithms using the PSoC. They have also assisted Cypress in development of the Power Line Communication solution. A PSoC 3 manual by BITS Goa is also in the pipeline.

About the BITS, Pilani - K.K. Birla Goa Campus
The Birla Institute of Technology and Science - BITS Pilani was in 1964. The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) reaccredited BITS with 3.71 CGPA out of 4 and awarded “A” grade “Very Good” status. In 2009, BITS Pilani ranked alongside top universities like IITs in surveys by publications such as India Today, Outlook, LiveMint, etc. BITS offer degrees in various disciplines at its Pilani, Dubai, Goa and Hyderabad campuses. BITS Pilani has done pioneering work in industry university collaborations in terms of Practice School and Work Integrated Learning Programs.

About the Cypress University Alliance
Cypress's University Alliance Program is a multifaceted program empowering electronics engineering and computer science students to develop the skill sets needed to perform in today's marketplace. The program mounts regional design competitions, offers academic workshops, and maintains a university alliance website (https://www.cypress.com/cua) which provides access to myriad free design resources, evaluation boards and online courses.

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