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Prof. Sachin Sapatnekar received the Semiconductor
Industry Association (SIA) University Research Award
for his “trailblazing work in the field of semiconductor
research.” This award created in 1995 recognizes
lifetime achievements. The Semiconductor
Research Corporation (SRC) members select the
ECE student wins silver in 2014 Acara Challenge
ECE Computer Engineering major Addah Kyarisiima won the Silver in the
International Division for his project Tech-share which helps Ugandan
students learn how to use the computer through a mobile computer lab.
It’s an honor and an exceptional opportunity to be invited to conduct research in Antarctica. It’s also a challenge for life and limb, creativity and ingenuity, as well as patience. Rapidly-changing weather can become life threatening, inhibiting travel and research plans.
Prof. Joseph Talghader became involved in a technology called “optical borehole logging” because of his interest in the Antarctica and how optics might be used to advance knowledge in glaciology—more specifically how properties of optics could be used to determine the crystal properties of glacial ice. His research is funded by the National Science Foundation.
(Illustration above: antarcticsun.usap.gov)
U of MN Pres. Eric Kaler (left)
| Prof. Nikos Sidiropoulos has been elected a |
Fellow of the European Association for Signal
Processing (EURASIP) for his contributions to
tensor decomposition and signal processing
for communications. Fewer than six Fellows
are elected each year and the roster of fellows
currently includes fewer than 30 in all.
(Prof. Georgios Giannakis was elected in 2008.)
Prof. Ramesh Harjani has accepted appointment
ACE4S is based in the city of Abu Dhabi and is
The University of Minnesota - Twin Cities invites applications for
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Precision Machining and Fabrication Needs
If your company needs precision machining and fabrication,
the Research Machine Shop staff is ready to discuss your
specifications and provide the quality needed for your next
Contact Mike Jensen, Principal Research Shop Foreman
2014 Spring Colloquium Series
Weekly presentations by experts
from around the country who
share their insights on
current electrical and computer
engineering research topics.
Past Colloquium presenters
Senior Design Show
Thursday, May 8
Coffman Union, Great Hall
College of Science and
Physics and Nanotechnology
Building Grand Opening
More information to come...
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CSE Graduate Commencement
Friday, May 2
CSE Undergraduate Commencement
Friday, May 16
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