Adam Munich, second year student at Rochester Institute of Technology, won the Engibous Prize at the Texas Instruments Analog Design Contest and Summit in Dallas.
Adam Munich, Rochester Institute of Technology student, won the Engibous Prize at the Texas Instruments Analog Design Contest and Summit in Dallas.
Munich was among 450 collegiate participants in the sixth annual contest which showcases innovative projects by future innovators. For his improvements to the Tesla coil, an alternating current electrical system, Munich was the competition’s overall winner, receiving $10,000.
Munich is a second year student at RIT and is majoring in physics.