We are bringing industry and academia together
Engineers at Analog Devices India Product
Development Centre in Bangalore are involved in all stages of product development from concept to silicon to production as well as supporting its customers worldwide. “The importance of India as a market is growing tremendously for Analog Devices,” Somshubro (Som) Pal Choudhury, managing director, Analog Devices India tells Sudhir Chowdhary in a recent interaction.
In recent months, Analog Devices seems to be focused on bringing together the industry and academia and building strong system design expertise across multiple industry segments. From your perspective, why is this important?
Yes, Analog Devices is focused on bringing together the industry and academia to encourage strong systems design expertise and more practical design knowledge among graduating students. We recently initiated Anveshan—a fellowship programme to nurture the system design skill set and expertise among the student community which saw tremendous response.
Last month, we launched our university programme to provide engineering students a unique hands-on learning opportunity with the launch of a portable, affordable and
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