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  • 22 August 2011

    Sigma Xi 2011 Proctor Prize to be awarded Purdue's Supriyo Datta, longtime SRC researcher

    Datta's research focuses on the physics of nanostructures with emphasis on electronic transport, including spin electronics, molecular conduction, nanoscale device physics, and mesoscopic superconductivity.

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  • 11 August 2011

    Interview with Bhagawan Sahu of UT-Austin's SWAN Center for Nextbigfuture

    UT-Austin professor talks about the advantages of using graphene in electronics in an exclusive interview by Sander Olson.

    SRC In The News

  • 11 August 2011

    SRC Students Awarded ITC Best Student Paper

    SRC Students, Ted Hong, Yanjing Li, David Lin, Diana Mui, SRC Fellow, and Ziyad Abdel Khaleq, from Stanford University presented at the 2010 International Test Conference and were selected for the Best Student Paper Award. The paper entitled "QED: Quick Error Detection Tests for Effective Post-Silicon Validation" is based on GRC supported research task 1791.001. The research presented in the paper are available as a deliverable report for the task, Technical report on scalability of above techniques.

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  • 10 August 2011

    ERI Student, Sanja Cvijic, Wins at NAPS'2011

    Carnegie Mellon PhD ECE graduate student Sanja Cvijic won the Second Prize for the Best Paper and Presentation at the North American Power Symposium (NAPS'2011) held in Boston on Aug 5-6, 2011 http://www.naps2011.org/#/HOME-01-00/. The paper is co-authored with her thesis advisor Prof. Marija Ilic. The paper is entitled ``On Limits to Graph-Theoretic Approaches in Electric Power Systems " and it concerns fundamental differences between transportation and electric circuit networks which make it hard to directly draw on the rich literature in operations research. The paper proposed a sequence of unique transformations which map a physical meshed network into a non-physical tree-structured network. Optimization is done using well-established methods for transportation network in this nonphysical network and the results are mapped uniquely back to the physical network. The method is an outgrowth of the old diakoptics method originated by Gabriel Kron and further developed by Harvey Happ for applications to electric power system decomposition. The award winning paper by Sanja Cvijic finally demistifies the complexity of these old methods and introduces mappings which can be automated for systematic optimization. Sanja is spending her second summer with IBM and was selected to become an IBM Fellow for the academic 2011-2012. Congratulations to Sanja for the job well done!

    Article

  • 10 August 2011

    SRC Recognizes Professors from Stanford University and UC Berkeley for Advancing Chip Technology

    Professors to Receive Awards for World-Class Research in Areas Vital to Semiconductor Industry at Annual SRC TECHCON Conference in September

    Press Release

  • 8 August 2011

    IBM Award for SRC paper

    SRC Paper Wins 2010 Pat Goldberg Memorial Best Paper Award Close to 120 papers in computer science, electrical engineering and mathematical sciences published in refereed conference proceedings and journals in 2010 were submitted by IBM Research authors worldwide for the 2010 Pat Goldberg Memorial Best Paper Award.  One of the four winners selected, “A new graph theoretic, multi-objective layout decomposition framework for double patterning lithography” , is based on work that is in part supported by SRC research. The paper’s authors are Jae-Seok Yang, Katrina Lu, Minsik Cho, Kun Yuan, and  David Pan. Professor Pan is an SRC-supported researcher at the University of Texas, Austin, and former SRC student and liaison.  Dr. Cho, an SRC student of Prof. Pan, is now at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center.

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  • 4 August 2011

    SRC Student, Yibo Chen, Receives Best Paper Award at ISLPED

    Yibo Chen, SRC student at Penn State, received the best paper award at the 2011 International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design (ISLPED) held in Fukuoka, Japan. The paper was co-authored with SRC liaison Dr. Eren Kursun, and her colleagues at IBM. Research presented in the paper is in part supported by GRC research, 1792 - Statistical Behavioral Level Synthesis for Nanometor VLSI Chips, and 1986 - ADAMS: Architecture and Design Automation for 3D Multi-core Systems.

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  • 3 August 2011

    Former CADTS SACC Member Named Program Director for New Science and Technology Centers

    Jeff Parkhurst named new program director of two new science and technology centers

    Article

  • 28 July 2011

    NRI Professor H.-S. Philip Wong on the Radio

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    SRC In The News

  • 11 July 2011

    NMS Featured Publication

    Molecular glass resist developed in scCO(2) achieves 50 nm resolution and reduced environmental footprint

    Featured Publication

  • 11 July 2011

    IPS Featured Publication

    Several critical findings are reported regarding porous low-k film reliability failure mechanisms

    Featured Publication

  • 11 July 2011

    DS Featured Publication

    Researchers find that low frequency noise change can be used as non-destructive life-time prediction of LDMOS

    Featured Publication

  • 21 June 2011

    NSF-NRI Stanford Team Demonstrate Single Element Electronic Synapse

    Brain-inspired computing with nanoelectronic programmable synapses.

    SRC In The News

  • 21 June 2011

    ICSS Researchers Receive the 2011 IEEE Circuits and Systems Society VLSI Transactions Best Paper Award

    Professors Radu and Diana Marculescu have been selected to receive the 2011 IEEE Circuits and Systems Society VLSI Transactions Best Paper Award.

    Article

  • 20 June 2011

    SRC and UT Dallas Identify Cost-Effective Method for Eliminating Contaminants from Carbon Nanotubes

    Research Helps Ensure Clean Integrated Circuit Manufacturing

    Press Release

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