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Lyding wins AVS achievement award
Professor Joseph Lyding has won the 2014 Award for Outstanding Research from the Prairie Chapter of the American Vacuum Society "For pioneering developments in scanning tunneling microscopy instrumentation and their applications to nanotechnology."
Bresler's team wins $950,000 Big Data grant
A team led by Professor Yoram Bresler has won an almost $950,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop more efficient algorithms and computational methods for analyzing Big Data and extracting useful information.
Milenkovic looks for big data storage solution in DNA
Associate Professor Olgica Milenkovic is looking to use DNA as a way to store big data, in an attempt to replace today’s traditional devices, such as flash drive memories, hard disks and magnetic recording devices.
Songbin Gong wins DARPA Young Faculty Award
Assistant Professor Songbin Gong won a DARPA Young Faculty Award for a proposal to make electronics much more efficient by replacing the transistor with a completely new integrated circuit technology.
Presenting the 2014 ECE Alumni Awardees
Every year the ECE Alumni Board of Directors can choose just a few of the department’s many highly-accomplished alumni to recognize with the Distinguished Alumni Award, the Young Alumni Award, and the Marcia Peterman Award.
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