Naomi Ramos completed her PhD defense on "Network Adaptation Techniques to Enhance Efficiency and Quality of Wireless Multimedia
Transmissions". She has joined Northrop Grumman after graduation.
Chong Zhao completed his PhD defense on "Analysis and Design of Transient-Error-Tolerant Nanometer
Circuits and Systems". He will be joining Marvell Semiconductor after graduation.
FALL 2007: MESDAT lab welcomes a visiting professor and two new graduate students. Professor
Wenan Zhou is an Assistant Professor at Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications. Vanessa Wallis
Evans comes from UT Austin with a BS in Electrical Engineering. Shaoxuan Wang comes from Beijing
University with a MS in Electrical Engineering.
- Chong Zhao wins the Best Paper Award at the International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design
2006 for his paper on "Improving Transient Error Tolerance of Digital VLSI Circuits Using RObustness COmpiler".
Krishna Sekar completed his PhD defense on "Dynamic Platform Management for Configurable Platform-Based
System-On-Chips". He will be joining Broadcom after graduation.
Dong-Gi Lee completed his PhD defense on "Configurable Image
Shaping Algorithms and Architectures for Wireless Multimedia
Communication". He will be joining Samsung in Seoul, Korea after
Clark Taylor completed his PhD defense on
"Adaptive Image and Video Data Shaping Algorithms and Architectures for
Ubiquitous Wireless Communications". He will be joining the
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Brigham Young University
Yi Zhao completed his PhD defense on
"Modeling and Testing for on-chip Defect-Sensitive Noises for
Deep-submicron Circuits and Chip Systems". He will be joining Cadence
Design Systems after graduation.
- Professor Sujit Dey
Received Funding from von Liebig Center to Commercialize Academic Research
Xiaoliang Bai completed his PhD defense on "Modeling and
Testing for Signal Integrity in Nanometer System-on-Chips". He will be
joining Magma Design Automation Corporation after graduation.
Dong Gi Lee was awarded the Best Poster
Award in UCSD's 2004 Jacobs School of Engineering Research
Review, titled "SiQua: Server-Aware Image Quality Management for Wireless
Image Data Services".