Monday, June 2, 2014
3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
San Francisco Westin Hotel Market Street, Metropolitan Ballroom
Register now to compete in the first stage of the Ninth International Microelectronics Olympiad, an educational competition spotlighting the world’s brightest engineering students. All students under the age of 30 active in the field of microelectronics are invited to participate. One winner from this event will receive an all-expense-paid trip to Armenia in October 2014 to compete in the final stage of the Olympiad.
In this first-stage competition, participants will be given 2 hours to complete a 30-question multiple-choice test. Questions on this test are randomly generated from a bank of queries created by the Olympiad Program Committee members. View past Olympiad test questions here.
The final stage of the Olympiad is held in Armenia where all top-scoring competitors from each participating country gather to compete for top awards.
In the final stage, participants are given 4 hours to solve several complex, analytical problems requiring creative answers. Awards are given to the top scorers at this stage.
- Topics of the Olympiad tests include:
- Digital IC Design and Test
- Analog and Mixed-Signal IC Design and Test
- Semiconductor Devices and Technology
- Mathematical and Algorithmic Issues of EDA
More information about the International Microelectronics Olympiad can be found at http://www.microolymp.am/
Students do not need to register for DAC in order to be eligible to compete in this first-stage event.
Registration for this event has ended.
Seating at this event is limited and registration is appreciated. Walk-ins will be welcome.
Testing will begin promptly at 3 p.m. and end at 5 p.m., so you are encouraged to arrive early to secure your seat. No extra time will be given to late arrivals.