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Designers Take Note: Win $3,000 for Your Creativity

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Rob Spiegel
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Re: Inventors take your mark
Rob Spiegel   10/8/2013 10:22:34 AM
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That's very good to hear, ic78man08. I hope we see a ton of competition in this contest. It would be good to see both professional engineers and engineering students participate.

ic78man08
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ic78man08   10/8/2013 8:55:42 AM
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Hi Rob,

This is the most excitement I have ever seen out of my mechanical engineering colleagues over an electronic product. TI's LDC1000 is an easy-to-use component for anyone to create greatness in their design.

Being a senior member of the IEEE, and former chairman of Educational Activities Committee on Long Island, ny---I will be contacting local engineering students as well as the Graduates of the last decade (GOLD) IEEE members. Seasoned veterans and novices alike will hopefully find this contest challenging.

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Inventors take your mark
Rob Spiegel   10/8/2013 8:41:38 AM
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This is a good idea for a contest. It's also very specific. It will be interesting to see have many entries come in. I hope the word gets out to engineering students.

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