In July 1996, EET student Loreto Rodríguez Pardo (now a professor at the Center) received the European Academic Software Award (EASA 96) for her final project “Virtual Instrumentation and Schematic Capture Program (VISCP)”. This contest was created to reward the best educational programs developed by both companies and universities in Europe.
Loreto’s project, directed by the professor of the Department of Electronic Technology, María José Moure Rodríguez, was selected along with 35 other projects out of 157 submitted to participate in the finals, held between May 29 and May 1, 1996 at the Austrian University of Klagenfurt, and was finally awarded the EASA prize in the Student Tool category, Engineering discipline.
Further information on the project::
Download Award Certificate [PDF, 1MB]