Тhe case of Infineon
Infineon Technologies Austria, which is one of the leading semiconductor manufacturers globally, is organizing for a second time a hackathon in order to engage young people and inspire them to work on solving global manufacturing challenges. Being solely digital, this hardware hackathon will be accessible from all over Europe.
This year, Infineon is looking to foster innovation in the field of Radar technology. State-of-the-art radar technology will be accessible to the participating teams in order to research exciting new use-cases. Their ideas that make life smarter, safer and greener can be executed from virtually everywhere as Infineon’s experts will support the teams online throughout this virtual hackathon.
The best teams will be awarded with a trip to Infineon’s prestigious summer or winter school at their headquarter in Villach, Austria.
More information about the hackathon can be found under the following link: https://www.infineon.com/cms/en/product/promopages/hackathon/2022-hackathon-austria/
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