Confronting the challenges and developing the insights that will sustain Moore's Law.
Reaching beyond CMOS. Tackling complex problems with multidisciplinary teams.
Demonstrating new technologies that can outperform CMOS in ten years and beyond.
Seeking advances in the generation, storage, and distribution of electrical energy.
In August 2015, the UCLA Center for Excellence in Engineering and Diversity (CEED) held its 11th Annual Research Intensive Series in Engineering for Underrepresented Populations (RISE-UP) Undergraduate Research Poster Competition. This year's award winners were all sponsored by Intel/SRCEA. Second place honors were awarded to Melissa Moz (above left), a continuing SRCEA URO student from last year who will be presenting at TECHCON 2015. Joining her in the winners circle were fellow URO students Michael Gervasoni (3rd Place), and Patricia McNeil (1st Place). ➜
John Bowers, a 61-year-old professor in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of California Santa Barbara, finished this summer's Tour Divide race on the Great Divide route, riding 2,753 miles in under 28 days. In his honor, Unite to Light, a non-profit founded by Bowers, is distributing 2,753 low-cost, solar-powered desk lights to children in Africa who lack electricity. ➜
The team—consisting of ECE Associate Professor Saibal Mukhopadhyay, his Ph.D. student Wen Yueh, ME Professor Yogendra Joshi, and his Ph.D. student Zhimin Wan—received the award at ISLPED 2015 on July 22 in Rome, Italy. ➜
SRC student William Song won the Best Student Paper Award at the 2015 IEEE International Reliability Physics Symposium (IRPS). The award is based on post-conference feedback from attendees. ➜
New SIA-SRC report identifies opportunities for unlocking the next transformative technologies, and warns of the risks of inaction ➜
Research Leverages Powerful Tabletop Microscope with Coherent EUV Light to Enable 20x Improvement in Spatial Resolution ➜
SRC Initiative Part of Joint Program with National Science Foundation Focused on Secure, Trustworthy, Assured and Resilient Semiconductors and Systems ➜
SRC and the National Science Foundation (NSF) are pleased to announce a joint solicitation for proposals to the Secure, Trustworthy, Assured and Resilient Semiconductors and Systems (STARSS) program. Proposals in response to this funding opportunity must be submitted to NSF by November 18, 2015. The 2015 STARSS solicitation covers a broad technical scope and is part of the NSF Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace (SaTC) program. ➜
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