Seven ECE students win awards at GW Research Days

Shuai and Ruoyu
April 20, 2018

 

ECE congratulates our student winners in this year’s GW Research Days.  The GW Research Days showcase is an annual event dedicated to highlighting the breadth of research and discovery on issues of major disciplinary, cross-disciplinary and global significance being done at GW through poster sessions, presentations and guest speakers.

Our student winners include:

Graduate Presenters
Engineering:
1st Place:
Engin Kayraklioglu for “Bridging the Programmability Gap: From Laptops to Supercomputers
Research Mentor: Dr. Tarek El-Ghazawi

2nd Place:
Hao Zheng for “Energy-efficient Scalable Multicore Architecture
Research Mentor: Dr. Ahmed Louri

 

Special Prize Categories
GWNIC Award for Nanofabrication Techniques
1st Place (Tie):
Shuai Sun for “Breaking the Boundary between Optical Communication and Optical Computing
Research Mentor: Dr. Volker Sorger

Ruoyu Zhang for “MODetector (Mod): A Dual-function Optical Modulator-Detector for On-chip Communication
Research Mentor: Dr. Volker Sorger
 

AccelerateGW I-Corps Site Grants
Ke Wang for “Machine Learning for High Performance, Energy-efficient and Reliable NoCs
Research Mentor: Dr. Ahmed Louri

Ruoyu Zhang for “MODetector (Mod): A Dual-function Optical Modulator-Detector for On-chip Communication
Research Mentor: Dr. Volker Sorger

 

Undergraduate Essay Contest Winners: “Reflections on Research and Scholarship”
Devin Jessup