Zuken USA University Partners
Zuken USA’s University Program provides easy access to electronic and electrical design automation tools for educational institutions. The program makes Zuken’s industry-leading design tools available to universities and institutions for higher learning for curriculum development, research or general education purposes. At Zuken, we believe that when future engineers are trained with state-of-the-art tools, they will be prepared to excel in today’s competitive, fast-moving product development environments.
As an administrator, this program is easy to join and we’ll support you every step of the way. As an educator, you can be assured that we will provide your students with access to advanced, modern design tools that they’ll use in their future careers.
The Georgia Tech 3D Systems Packaging Research Center focuses on Smart, wearable, IOT, automotive, bio-electronics, and high-performance systems research. Leading-edge electronic systems research, cross-disciplinary education, and industry collaborations with 50+ global companies, make the PRC a leader in System-on-Package research.
The McMaster Solar Car Project is an undergraduate student initiative that builds and races electric vehicles powered by the sun. Our goal is the innovation and education of sustainable technology. We explore integrating new technologies in creative ways in order to create an inventive and efficient solar race car.
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology offers a great setting for eager undergraduate engineers to thrive. Formula SAE is a welcome challenge for many of these bright students. Rose-Hulman has fielded very successful teams in other design competitions such as the EcoCAR challenge, Efficient Vehicles, and Human Powered Vehicle. Our goal is to be just as successful as these other teams, not only in the competition, but also in our ability to produce better engineers through practical, hands on experience.
UConn Formula SAE offers its members a real world engineering experience. Each component of the car requires members to design, analyze both cost and performance, and fabricate. The steps taken in the production of each system allows members to learn and improve in more ways than one. Each year, the team must assess the cost and performance for each component in order to meet financial limitations. UConn Formula SAE is a student run organization, and relies heavily on school aid and sponsorships. This allows members to learn how use cost effective engineering in their designs, much like a real world engineer.
As the state’s premier public university of liberal arts and sciences, Southern Utah University is at the forefront of undergraduate research and scholarship, with a commitment to a personalized student experience not found at larger schools. This commitment to the student experience and unique educational opportunities is gaining national attention, positioning SUU as a top university.
UCLA Engineering has established the Center for Heterogeneous Integration and Performance Scaling (CHIPS) to address the dramatic changes taking place in the electronic hardware arena. The immense cost of semiconductor development and manufacturing, together with the saturation in cost-power-performance metrics, has led to a consolidation of semiconductor fabrication into mega foundries. Even more far-reaching is a similar consolidation in the chip-design area. Computing paradigms are evolving as systems become more data centric and heterogeneous. This calls for a fundamental re-thinking of IC design and manufacture.
Huskie Formula Racing is an interdisciplinary group of University of Saskatchewan students working together to design and build an open wheeled formula style race car to compete in the Formula SAE (FSAE) student design competition. The team involves students from all of the different engineering disciplines, students from the Edwards School of Business, College of Arts and Science and many of the other colleges.
FSS Racing is made up of engineering students at the Université de Sherbrooke who wish to strengthen their training in a major project. Each year, a car is built to participate in a competition hosting more than one hundred universities from all over the world.
Here at UWashington Formula Motorsports, we design, build, test and compete with an all electrical formula-style race car. Everything that our club produces is done entirely in-house. We produce our own designs, perform our own machining and manufacture our own carbon fiber parts. However, we couldn’t achieve the level of success are team is known for without the help of our beloved sponsors.