Intel® FPGA Academic Program


Join the program to obtain access to hardware and software resources for research and teaching.

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FPGA Cloud Program

Get free access to the most advanced and leading-edge Intel FPGA technologies with a new cloud environment for students, teachers, and researchers.

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Remote Education

For offsite teaching, Intel offers two remote console methods. Use either Intel® FPGA Development Kits in a virtualized environment or use the ModelSim* simulator in place of the actual FPGA hardware. Create a project, add RTL code, compile, interact, and display results via a console interface that does not require extensive test benches or waveform views.

Hardware Remote Console

Simulator Remote Console

Third-Party Training

Learn about Intel FPGAs through curriculum created by university professors, which includes videos, lecture slides, and lab manuals.


Develop Register Transfer Level (RTL) Code for Intel Programmable Acceleration Cards
Greg Stitt, associate professor, University of Florida

Learn How to Perform FPGA Timing Analysis
Greg Stitt, associate professor, University of Florida

Intel® DevCloud for FPGA with oneAPI and DPC++
Houman Homayoun, associate professor, University of California-Davis

Intel DevCloud for FPGA with OpenCL and DPC++
Yan Luo, professor, University of Massachusetts, Lowell

Intel DevCloud for FPGA Tutorial
James C. Hoe, professor, Carnegie Mellon University

Featured Events and Workshops

Observe Intel technology demonstrations, attend hands-on workshops, meet with technical experts, and find academic materials, development kits, and more at upcoming conferences.

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