Monheim am Rhein, Germany – November 30th, 2022
The SEGGER Educational Partnership Program (SEPP) connects students and teachers with SEGGER, The Embedded Experts, bringing commercial-grade tools for embedded systems, and over 30 years of experience, into the classroom.
Partnerships can be tailored to suit the needs of the university/course schedule, with the goal of building a long-term relationship.
SEGGER works with customers from many industries, helping develop and improve products to fit the ever-changing demands of the market. Universities can benefit from all of the market-leading SEGGER software products, free of charge for students and teachers for educational use, under SEGGER’s Friendly License. This includes SEGGER’s software libraries (i.e. middleware for compression, graphical user interface, communication, security and more), its Embedded Studio IDE plus its Ozone and SystemView analysis tools. SEGGER also offers its J-Link EDU Mini – the educational version of the market-leading J-Link debug probe – at an affordable price.
Together with creative minds from around the world, SEGGER has been involved in many innovative projects, such as the Solaride electric race car and the Forze hydrogen race car.
“We make our professional tools available to students, anywhere in the world, to open opportunities for all,” says Ivo Geilenbruegge, Managing Director of SEGGER. “For years we have been offering our professional software at no cost, and our J-Link EDU Mini debug probe at an affordable price, for educational use. Announcing the SEGGER Educational Partnership Program is our way of formalizing our commitment to this idea and of expanding it to reach as many people as we can. We proudly support the next generation of Embedded Experts!”
Students can also work with SEGGER on thesis projects or via internships. Graduates, too, can benefit since SEGGER, as a growing company, is always looking for software engineers who are keen to enter the embedded world.
For more information visit: https://www.segger.com/segger-educational-partnership-program/