We are very proud of the research being done by our graduate and undergraduate students.
Throughout the academic year, we encourage students to present at conferences and related interdisciplinary events. The practice of sharing and speaking about research to a variety of audiences is a quality we encourage. We are pleased to again acknowledge electrical engineering students who have been recognized for their presentation, poster, and/or paper awards.
Her poster title is, "The Effects of Memory Replay in Reinforcement Learning."
- Connor's paper, "Effective n-type Doping of Monolayer MoS2 by AlO(x)" was presented in the 2-D and TMD Materials and Devices: I session. Professor Eric Pop is Connor's advisor
- Fiona's paper, "N-type Black Phosphorus Transistor with Low Work Function Contacts," was presented in the 2-D and TMD Materials and Devices: III session. Professor H.-S. Philip Wong is Fiona's advisor.
Yuanfang Li is an M.S. candidate and Dr. Ardavan Pedram is a senior research associate who manages the PRISM Project. The PRISM project enables the design of reconfigurable architectures to accelerate the building blocks of machine learning, high performance computing, and data science routines.
- Leighton Barnes winner in Information Systems and Science for poster titled "Geometry and the Relay Channel,”
- Adrian Alabi in Hardware/Software Systems for poster titled "915 MHz FSK Detection for Wireless Ultrasonic Imaging Data Reception,”
- Max Wang in Physical Technology and Science for poster titled "Minimally Invasive Ultrasonically Powered Implants for Next-Generation Therapies and Neuromodulation”