• Date:
    Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015, 8 a.m. — Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015, 10 p.m. CT
    Renaissance Austin Hotel, Austin, TX, United States
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A big thanks to the SRC students, industry, and faculty for making this year's TECHCON a great success.

Invited speakers provided exciting and varied information for all TECHCON attendees. Jeff Dunn, College Relations Manager, Intel, started Sunday evening with a look at improving your networking skills to make important connections to help start off your career. Doug Hanson started Monday morning off with a high dose of energy to get us through the day and Barbara McAllister, Intel, finished Monday evening by addressing the audience on diversity in technology.

There were also awards recognizing excellence within the SRC community. The 2015 Mahboob Khan Outstanding Liaison Awards were presented at Monday evening’s Conference Banquet.  The 2015 Technical Excellence Award was presented to 2 recipients, Professor Muhammad Ashraf Alam from Purdue University for “Reliability Physics of Scaled CMOS and More-than-Moore Technologies” and Professor Subhasish Mitra from Stanford University for “Validation of Multi Core System Technology: QED (Quick Error Detection). The 2015 Aristotle Award was presented to Professor Kaushik Roy, Purdue University 

Best in Session Awards and the URO Best Poster Awards were presented at Tuesday’s Awards Dinner, the final event of TECHCON 2015. Winners are recognized below. You can check out photos and download through the Flickr TECHCON 2015 album.

You can also download presentations by session, and there is a large zip file for all presentations.

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