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UC San Diego Alum and Microduino Co-Founder and CEO Drops by University for Electrical and Computer Engineering Day

Microduino Co-Founder and CEO and University of California San Diego (UCSD) Jacobs School Engineering alumnus Bin Feng dropped by the university on Friday, April 13 to talk to dozens of students during the school’s annual Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Day.

The fun-filled event gives electrical and computer engineering students the opportunity to network with distinguished alumni, such as Bin; attend a wide range of career-oriented sessions and hands-on workshops, and obtain more information about Jacobs School disciplines and courses.

Founded in 1965, and servicing nearly 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students, UCSD’s Jacob School of Engineering is highly regarded and widely recognized as a major conduit to the wireless and telecommunications industries,

Bin, who graduated from the school with a master’s degree in electrical engineering and applied physics, often returns to the campus to talk to students about career and professional development issues.

About Microduino

Founded in 2012, and based in Westlake Village, Calif., Microduino is an award-winning global designer, developer, manufacturer and seller of stackable electronic building blocks, related components, and in-class science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning systems which encourage and enhance inventors’ creativity, imagination, and ingenuity through project-based learning.

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