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ECE students Stéphanie Gerbeau and Aagnik Pant named IEEE Power & Energy Society Scholars

Kudos to students Stéphanie Gerbeau and Aagnik Pant for being recognized as part of the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) Scholarship Plus Program (2015-2016)....

Published: 23 Nov 2015

Recent ECE graduate Dr. Md Golam Kibria named Outstanding Young Scientists in the 2015 Green Talents Competition

Congratulations to Dr. Md Golam Kibria, who was recently recognized by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research as one of the 26 Outstanding Young Scientists in the 2015 Green Talents Competition. This worldwide competition is an initiative of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

Published: 26 Oct 2015

Best Paper Award to ECE student Ms. Badrun Nahar

Congratulations to ECE student Badrun Nahar who received the Best Paper Award for her paper entitled “RotR: Rotational Redundant Task Mapping for Fail-operational MPSoCs”at the IEEE Defect and Fault Tolerance in VLSI and Nanotechnology Systems Symposium, held on October 12-14, 2015 at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. This prize-winning paper is the result of Ms. Nahar's doctoral work under the supervision of Prof. Brett Meyer.

Published: 16 Oct 2015

Outstanding Student Paper Award to ECE student Nhung Tran

Congratulations to ECE student Nhung Tran who received the Outstanding Student Paper Award for her poster presentation “Impurity band conduction in Mg-doped AlN nanowires” in the 31st North American Molecular Beam Epitaxy conference held in Mayan Riviera, Mexico, Oct 4-7, 2015.  Ms. Tran is supervised by Professor Zetian Mi.

Published: 14 Oct 2015

Could black phosphorus be the next silicon?

As scientists continue to hunt for a material that will make it possible to pack more transistors on a chip, new research from McGill University and Université de Montréal adds to evidence that black phosphorus could emerge as a strong candidate.

Published: 7 Jul 2015