- Researching Future Processors and Supercomputers
Researching Future Processors and Supercomputers
Computer Engineering Professor Tarek El-Ghazawi and his collaborators are working to define the next generation of supercomputers and processors.
- Science and Engineering Hall
Science and Engineering Hall
GW's new Science and Engineering Hall (SEH)—the largest academic building dedicated to these fields in the nation's capital.
- The Institute for MEMS & VLSI Technology
The Institute for MEMS & VLSI Technology
The MEMS research at GWU is focused on using different technologies combined with pre- and/or post-processing steps. Several devices have been realized using CMOS technology, including RF MEMS devices, Power Sensors, SAW Gas Sensors, and many others. The research group uses CMOS to add active circuitry to the sensor, hence creating a complete system.
- ECE Teaching Lab
ECE Teaching Lab
The ECE Laboratories are located on the B2, 5th and 6th floors of Science and Engineering Hall. Each of the individual rooms in the ECE Labs is dedicated to one or more areas within the electrical or computer engineering disciplines.
- Probe Station
This state of the art equipment allows for voltage and current measurements on a nanoscale level. The probe station is used in the fields of VLSI, MEMS and Bio-electrics.
Dr. Suresh Subramaniam has received a three-year $368,000 National Science Foundation grant for the project “Resilience in Next-Generation Intelligent Optical Networks.”
Dr. Roger Lang has received a three-year, $148,000 grant from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center to study the combined use of P and L band radiometers to sense root zone soil moisture.
Dr. Suresh Subramaniam and his collaborator at San Jose State University have received a three-year, $496,000 National Science Foundation grant titled “Design and Provisioning for Inter-Datacenter Multi-granular Flexible Optical Networks.”