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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.

Volker Sorger Recently Presented His Work at a Number of Venues

November 14, 2016
Professor Sorger talk delivered several talks, a tutorial and a keynote.

Volker Sorger and His Co-Authors Recently Published the Following Article: “Fundamental Scaling Laws in Nanophotonics”

November 14, 2016
The article answers the long-standing question of whether scaling (shrinking) opto-electronic devices such as lasers, detectors, and modulators benefits these devices at the same level as scaling transistors does.

Mona Zaghloul and Hasan Goktas Recently Published a Paper in the Journal Radio Science

November 14, 2016
Paper is titled “The Implementation of low-power and wide tuning range MEMS filters for communication applications”

SEAS’ Continuing Collaboration With Korea University

October 31, 2016
Three ECE faculty members visited Korea University last week to review progress on several research collaboration projects and to discuss the status of the successful student exchange program between GW and KU.

Tarek El-Ghazawi Recently Gave Three Invited Seminars

October 31, 2016
The title of the seminar was “Productive Exploitation of Hierarchical Locality for Productive Extreme Scale Computing.”

David Nagel Is the Principal Investigator on a $2.6 Million NRL Program for GW

October 03, 2016
The program is titled “Semiconductor Device Technology for Space and Terrestrial Applications.”

Guru Venkataramani and Milos Doroslovacki have received $450,000 in funding from the SaTC/STARSS Program

September 27, 2016
In this project, the PIs will investigate the implications of shared multi-core hardware and their vulnerability to information leakage via covert timing and side channels.

Tian Lan has received a $500,000 NSF collaborative grant for the project “Rethinking Erasure Codes for Cloud Storage: A Quantitative Framework for Latency, Reliability, and Cost Optimization.”

September 27, 2016
This project aims to develop an analytical framework that quantifies tail latency and reliability of erasure-coded storage through investigation of novel scheduling and repair strategies, mandating rethinking of erasure codes for online storage.

Volker Sorger wins the 2016 Hegarty Award for Faculty Innovation

September 22, 2016
The award, which is $10,000, is to recognize and reward a faculty member for innovation.