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Anveshan 2014 Design Fellowship Welcomes you!

If you have an idea that could transform tomorrow, then Analog Devices Anveshan could be the opportunity that you were looking for. Analog Devices Anveshan 2014 Fellowship helps give shape to your ideas and makes it a reality.

We want to hear about the exciting dreams and design concepts from you!. With an objective to enhance system level engineering expertise, the fellowship gives an opportunity for the Indian Engineering students to showcase their innovation, product design and problem solving abilities.

Analog Devices is a world leader in data conversion and signal conditioning technology, powering virtually all types of electronic equipment for over 60,000 customers globally. With over 20 years in India, our India Product Development Centre (IPDC), is involved in some of the most challenging designs today, and is credited with the development of multi-generation industry leading analog and mixed signal products.

Analog Devices India will extend this expertise in support of your ideas by mentoring the shortlisted teams. Experienced mentors from the industry will guide the teams and give their expert insights at various stages. Each team will be provided with a relevant platform that comprises samples and evaluation boards of selected devices from Analog Devices and other necessary infrastructure to realize the dream. Students get to work with some of Analog Devices’ signature products to develop innovative solutions. We will fund the project development and travel cost up to a maximum of Rs.50,000 per team. Three of the best projects will win attractive cash awards.

Anveshan 2014 - Finalists
Proposal Title College
Advanced Hearing Aid with Blind Source Separation BITS Pilani, K.K. Birla Goa Campus
2-D mouse control system using EEG for Tetraplegic Patients. BITS Pilani K.K. Birla Goa Campus
Detection of osteoporeosis by estimating natural frequency of tibial bone R.V. College of Engineering
Telepathic Communication Link BITS Pilani KK Birla Goa Campus
Psycho-physiological training approach for amputee rehabilitation VIT University,Vellore
VISION: Versatile Innovative System Integrating Obstacle Detection and Navigation Technology University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering
Low Cost Embedded Diagnostic Device For Health Care  Applications National Institute of Technology (NIT), Trichy
Exoskeleton Arm controlled with EMG(Electromyography) Rajdhani College, University of Delhi
Baby Beats : A Baby Wellness Monitor IIT Bombay
Portable ultrasonic brain imaging device with bloodflow monitoring system R.V. College of Engineering
BIONIC ARM R.V. College of Engineering
EMG based prosthetic leg for above knee amputees VNIT, Nagpur
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Learn more about the Analog Discovery Kit:here
Learn more about the Analog University program:here
2012 Winners
A、 1st Prize Winners: Low cost Portable health monitor with Spirometer & Pulse OximeterAnalog Devices components has made work uncomplicated, owing to their user-friendly interfacing and guidance of Mentors
B、 2nd Prize Winners: Brain Controlled Bionic Ear
Presentation at ITD’13 (India Technology day) held at ADI, Bangalore, was an EYE opener, exposing us to different components and ICs of ANALOG DEVICES
C、 3rd Prize Winners: Blind Eye
We as a team have learnt to be professionals, work with deadlines, using components which are industrially oriented
The Fellowship      |      Prizes      |     Recommended Components      |     FAQs      |     Terms and Conditions      |     Guidelines for Entries      |     2012winner
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