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Shepard: Dynamic Traffic Management System

ECE Students Win the 2017 Pelton Award for Senior Design

May 19, 2017
Elias Andrew, Samuel Cowin, and Duncan d’Hemecourt have won the Pelton Award for Senior Design for 2017, for their project titled “Shepard: Dynamic Traffic Management System”.

Prof. Roger Lang Is the Principal Investigator of a Three-Year, $470,000 NASA Grant to Continue Measuring the Dielectric Constant of Seawater

May 15, 2017
This latest research will focus on taking measurements in cold seawater, where an accurate knowledge of the relationship between the dielectric constant of seawater, its temperature, and salinity are needed for satellite retrieval algorithms.
 SEAS Faculty Award

Prof. Suresh Subramaniam Receives the 2017 Distinguished Researcher Award From the School of Engineering and Applied Science

May 09, 2017
The award recognizes his significant research accomplishments and was presented to him at a ceremony on May 4, 2017.
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Professor El-Ghazawi Lectures at the Chinese Academy of Science and Visits Top Supercomputer in the World

May 08, 2017
The workshop on Big Data and Extreme-Scale Computing which dealt with the convergence of Big Data and High-Performance Computing and which was held in Wuxi China.

Professor El-Ghazawi Interviewed by Egyptian TV

May 08, 2017
The interview, which is mainly in Arabic, has covered his academic and research career achievements as well as the general developments in the field of supercomputing.

Prof. Louri and His Research Team Have Been Awarded a Three-Year $1.2 Million Award From NSF

May 04, 2017
The award is titled: Machine Learning Enabled Network-on-Chip Architectures Optimized for Energy, Performance and Reliability.

Prof. Louri and His Research Team Have Presented a Paper Titled: “Machine Learning Enabled Power-Aware Network-on-Chip Design,” at the Design Automation and Test Europe (DATE 2017)

April 03, 2017
The paper tackles one of the major challenges for designing future computer systems, namely excessive power consumption.
Maotong Xu

ECE Students Win at the SEAS 2017 R&D Showcase

February 27, 2017
More than 120 SEAS students participated in this year’s SEAS Student R&D Showcase, Entrepreneurship Prize competition, and SEAS Innovation Challenge.

Prof. Ahmed Louri Appointed Vice-Chair of the IEEE Computer Society Fellow Evaluation Committee for 2017

January 23, 2017
The vice-chair determines whether the work of each candidate for the grade of Fellow is recognized and considered outstanding in the Society's field of interest, and is responsible for making the final decision as to elevation to the grade of IEEE Fellow.

Prof. Volker Sorger Presented at AIM Photonics Fall 2016 Meeting

January 11, 2017
Tutorial was on his work on "Emerging Materials for Silicon-Photonics Hybrid Integration".

Prof. Suresh Subramaniam Recently Served on the Organizing Committee of IEEE Globecom 2016

December 12, 2016
Globecom was held December 4-8 in Washington, DC and is one of the flagship conferences of the IEEE Communications Society.

Prof. Volker Sorger Has Received a $30,000 NSF Travel Grant

December 05, 2016
The travel grant is a supplement to Prof. Charles Johnson's NSF grant for the project “Exciton Lifetimes in Atomically Layered Materials at Visible Frequencies.”

Prof. Louri and his team presented a paper at the 49th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Microarchitecture (IEEE/ACM Micro), Taipei, Taiwan, Oct. 16, 2016

November 21, 2016
The paper is titled “Dynamic Error Mitigation in NoCs using Intelligent Prediction Techniques” and presents seminal work on the use of machine learning in the design of next generation computer chips. The work is sponsored by grant from the NSF. IEEE/ACM Micro is the premier and flagship conference for computer architecture research

Prof. Louri and his team have recently published a paper at the ACM Nanocom’2016, New York, Sept. 2016. The paper is titled “Reconfigurable Optical and Wireless (R-OWN) Network-on-Chip for High Performance Computing”

November 18, 2016
The work is sponsored by a grant from the NSF has the potential to break through the fundamental limitations of metallic interconnects and to pave the way for continued scaling of chip performance.