2019 RIT ARM Developer Day

    Ninth Annual—Friday, January 18, 2019
  • Brought by
     ARM University Program
     Department of Computer Engineering
     Department of Electrical and Microelectronic Engineering
  • Keynote
     “A view of current IoT and a glimpse of its future”
     Nate Ransom
     System Architect, Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
     RIT MS-CMPE 2008
     RIT BS-CMPE 2004
  • Organizers
     Roy Melton, Ph.D., RIT Computer Engineering
     Lou Beato, RIT Computer Engineering
  • Organizing support
     S. Jay Yang, Ph.D., RIT Computer Engineering, Department Head
     Sadanand Gulwadi, ARM University Program
  • Contact

RIT ARM Developer Day is a full day of free hands-on workshops, demonstrations, and exhibits for students and faculty by companies that manufacture, distribute, and support ARM-based products, covering a variety of development platforms, environments, and tools. Meeting industry professionals, students and faculty attending gain first-hand knowledge, skills, and insight to jump-start development of their ARM-based projects.

Follow the contest link to propose a project for the 2019 RIT ARM Student Design Contest. Contest registration is open through March 22. Contest projects will be exhibited and judged at Imagine RIT on April 27.

Last modified April 30, 2019, 16:20 EST, by Roy Melton