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Swedish Engineering Prize goes to David Cuartielles!

Zoe RomanoMay 8th, 2015

We are happy and proud to announce that  David Cuartielles, co-founder of Arduino and CEO of Arduino Verkstad, got this year’s prize from the Swedish Electrical and Computer Engineers’ National Association (Svenska Elektro- och Dataingenjörers Riksförening) SER. The association awards an engineering student and a senior engineer that works with electrical, data and IT technology. The senior engineer has to lead an important role in smart and sustainable technological development:

This year the award goes to David Cuartielles from Malmö University for his open source platform Arduino, which is based on easy to use hardware and software to develop interactive projects.

This award – David said – has been possible thanks to the kind support of the Arduino familyMalmö Högskola and most importantly, the open source community.

One Response to “Swedish Engineering Prize goes to David Cuartielles!”

  1. avenue33 Says:

    Shouldn’t Hernando Barragán be awarded the same prize? He started everything.

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