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Infineon Prize



2016-17 Roshen Pabari
2014-15 Andres Amaya Garcia
2013-14 Francis Hart
2012-13 Mike O'Connor
2011-12 Joseph Hallet
2010-11 Toby Smith
2009-10 Adam Marable
2008-09 James Hanlon
2007-08 Steven Simpson
2006-07 Ross Owen
2005-06 Stephen Say
2004-05 Mike Wrighton
2003-04 Alastair Dixon
On April 1st, 1999, Siemens Semiconductors became Infineon Technologies - a younger, dynamic, more flexible company geared towards success in the competitive, ever-changing world of microelectronics.

Infineon create, manufacture and market the industry's most advanced microelectronics products. Infineon build upon our technological strengths to offer our customers a wide range of leading edge solutions emphasizing communications, computer, chip card and automotive applications.

Infineon attract the best talent worldwide and translate advanced technologies into value for our customers and shareholders.

In June of the same year Infineon opened its first UK Development Centre in Bristol. The Centre focuses on 32-bit Microprocessor related developments and currently employs around 100 people.

This prize is awarded to the best project in computer architecture.

This Undergraduate prize is worth £250.