1) I went to the following website:
In the site it is written:
"Get solutions and source material for classroom lab exercises."
My question is this: Where/How do I get the labs and the solutions? Would you give me directions where to click?
2) Where do I find beginning FPGA labs related to DE-10 Lite Board? I found some but they don't seem to be applicable to this board.
3) Are these labs (hopefully for DE-10 Lite Board) written in such a way that a student or I can do block programming instead of HDL/VHDL programming and get the right results for the lab?
For Intel FPGA academic support, source materials, or additional questions, you can submit your request using below link
At the same time, I also found out about example design user manual for using DE-10 Lite board in below link
I believed most of these example design are developed using Verilog coding but pls check out to be sure.
I have another important issue which nobody is responding to. I hope you can!
Here is the issue:
I applied the FPGA Academic program membership 2 weeks ago and I have not received membership yet. Please see the emails below! I need the membership in order to get lab solution resources. Please help!
From: Aram Agajanian
Sent: Wednesday, June 17, 2020 1:34 PM
To: FPGA Academic Program - Case <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: FPGA Academic Program Application Question
To:Intel Academic Program
Please see the email below. It has been two weeks since I applied for FPGA Academy membership and I have not heard from the Program. Would you please let me know the status of my application.
Aram Agajanian, Ph.D.
Associate Professor | Reed Hall of Science
Olivet Nazarene University
One University Ave.
Bourbonnais, IL 60914
email@example.com | Office: 815.939.5126
From: FPGA Academic Program <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 4, 2020 3:32 PM
To: Aram Agajanian <email@example.com>
Subject: Intel® FPGA Academic Program: Membership Application L-004409 ref : 00Q0e00001clrzcEAA
Dear Dr. Aram Agajanian,
Thank you for applying for membership in the Intel® FPGA Academic Program. Your application is awaiting approval by our customer service team. The review process may take up to five business days. We may contact you by email if we need additional information. This process may take up to 2 business days and we may follow up with additional emails if more information is required.
Once we verify your affiliation, your membership in the Intel FPGA Academic Program will be approved. In the meantime, you may make license, curriculum, and board donation requests by visiting the membership section of the Intel FPGA Academic Program website.
You can reply to this email with additional information or questions.
Membership Application Number: L-004409
Name: Aram Agajanian
Institution: Olivet Nazarene University
Address: 1535 N. Forest Ave.
River Forest 60305
Intel FPGA University Program
ref : 00Q0e00001clrzcEAA
Sorry for the slow respond from Intel FPGA university program. Perhaps your membership application is still under processing.
For Intel FPGA forum, we are Intel agent that's mainly in charge for technical issue support but membership application is beyond my department control.
Sorry about it. Hopefully you can hear back soon from Intel FPGA university program department soon.
I got feedback that your membership was approved the same day you applied on June 4th.
I suspect there could be an issue on email notification update causing the mis-understanding no one from Intel is processing your application.
You should be able to use your MyIntel username and password to access the FPGA Academic Program’s member section. From there, you can request for lab solutions. Login page linked on: https://software.intel.com/content/www/us/en/develop/topics/fpga-academic/membership.html
Alright, I will be setting your case to closure.
Feel free to post new forum thread if you still have new enquiry in future.