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SRC is migrating it's primary database to a new server and this will result in our website being offline for a brief period between 6:00am and 6:30am EDT on Wednesday July 16. During this time, the website will be completely offline to avoid any risk of data loss or corruption. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and thank you for your cooperation. ➜
This year, research connected to SRC-supported projects were recognized with two of the three awards. ➜
Researchers Obtained Low Contact Resistance with Novel Chemical Doping Technique ➜
III-V MOSFETs Promise to Help Deliver Higher Semiconductor Performance at Lower Power Consumption for Next-Generation Servers ➜
Spin-Logic Research Promises to Help Reduce Power Consumption of Electronic Devices and Improve Battery Life ➜
TECHCON 2014 is scheduled for September 7 - 9 in Austin Texas this year. The Conference At-a-Glance and session listings are now available online. ➜
GRC researcher, Prof. Dereje Agonafer from the University of Texas at Arlington, was awarded the prestigious 2014 ITHERM Achievement Award from the international ITHERM conference. This award is only presented every other year, and is awarded to individuals who have “made significant contributions in the field of thermal and mechanical management of electronics.” Prof. Agonafer is leading a new IPS research task, custom-funded by TI, to develop predictive models for board level reliability issues due to component thermal expansion mismatch. ➜
While most see the need to “sign-in” to the SRC website as a necessary step in security, it can actually be a significant speed-bump for those that may not be aware of their company’s membership and participation in SRC and that they do, in fact, qualify for access. Well, not only do we understand this problem, we have now provided a solution… ➜
Karthik Aadithya earns award for his work on ABCD (Accurate Booleanization of Continuous Systems). ➜
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