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.
SRC and the National Science Foundation (NSF) are pleased to announce a joint solicitation for proposals to the STARSS program. Proposals must be submitted to both SRC and NSF, November 2nd– 16th, 2016. Read the guide. ➜
This report, produced by SIA and SRC with support from NSF, urges a large-scale, public-private research initiative to realize the full benefits of the Internet of Things, Big Data, and other transformative technologies.➜
NSF and SRC have jointly awarded $21.6 million for nine new projects to find revolutionary solutions that will enable more energy-efficient computing, from brain-inspired computer architectures to hybrid digital-analog designs. ➜
Fraser Stoddart's work in molecular nanotechnology enabled the development of molecular motors and switches that could revolutionize applications ranging from memory storage to healthcare. SRC helped to fund Stoddart's research at UCLA and Northwestern from 2003 to 2013. ➜
On May 12-13th, 2016 a workshop entitled ‘Intelligent Cognitive Assistants’ was organized by the SRC and sponsored by the NSF. The workshop drew experts from a broad set of disciplines such as psychology, sociology, computational neuroscience, robotics, artificial intelligence, and computer science and engineering from across industry and academia. ➜
The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA), in consultation with SRC, today presented its University Research Award to professors from the University of Chicago and the University of Michigan in recognition of their outstanding contributions to semiconductor research. ➜
UC Berkeley’s Dr. Tsu-Jae King Liu to Receive SRC Aristotle Award, University of Minnesota’s Dr. Chris Kim to Receive Technical Excellence Award ➜
The Aristotle Award recognizes SRC-supported faculty whose deep commitment to the educational experience of SRC students has had a significant and continuing impact on their professional performance and, in turn, on SRC members. ➜
A paper coauthored by a STARSS-funded team at the University of Minnesota won a best paper award when presented at the 2016 IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design. This research is jointly supported by NSF and SRC. ➜
This year, a nationwide search by Popular Science magazine for the 10 most innovative young minds in science and engineering, netted 34-year-old cyber security researcher Siddarth Garg, a principal investigator in SRC's T3S research thrust. ➜
SRC Announces that NXP® Semiconductors has Signed an Agreement to Participate in Multiple SRC Research Initiatives ➜
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