National Instruments Hosts Series of Academic Conferences
National Instruments UK & Ireland today announced a series of Academic Conferences. NI LabVIEW in the Curriculum is a free, one-day academic conference for those currently teaching with National Instruments LabVIEW, or interested in how LabVIEW can improve the learning experience for students, and those who want to find out how LabVIEW is being used in research applications.Date
Trinity College Dublin Tuesday 12th September
Imperial College London Tuesday 19th September
University of Manchester Thursday 21st September
Presentations will include:
· Virtual Instrumentation in Academia keynote presentation.
· NI ELVIS, featuring plug-and-play USB connectivity with the new USB-6251 M Series device.
· Electronics from Design to Test - follow a design from concept through to prototype using Multisim and Ultiboard from Electronics Workbench, NI ELVIS and LabVIEW.
· LabVIEW 8, the latest version of the graphical development software from NI including the MathScript node allowing you to combine intuitive graphical dataflow programming with math-oriented textual programming.
· LabVIEW embedded development module – use it with a third party toolchain and an embedded operating system to target any 32-bit microprocessor. See how the NI LabVIEW Embedded Module for ADI Blackfin processors can seamlessly implement this process for these high-performance, low-power Blackfin Processors.
· Academic user applications - real-world examples of innovative academic applications presented by winners of the LabVIEW in the Curriculum Paper Contest.
Enter the 2006 LabVIEW in the Curriculum Paper Contest
Students and Professors are invited to promote innovative uses of virtual instrumentation in teaching or research by entering the 2006 LabVIEW in the Curriculum Paper Contest. One winner and two runners-up will each be recognised for their achievement with a prize of NI hardware and will present their papers at the Academic Conferences.
To register for the Academic Conference or to enter the 2006 LabVIEW in the Curriculum Paper Contest go to ni.com/uk/academic, ni.com/ireland/academic, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01635 523545
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