This distinction rewards Prof. Amirtharajah’s contributions to the field of electronics design and engineering, particularly for developing integrated circuits and embedded systems that harvest energy from the environment.
Technology under development by UC Davis electrical and computer engineering Professor Chen-Nee Chuah potentially can make a direct impact on patients by providing earlier detections, streamlined interventions and better prognoses.
The ECE Department would like to congratulate Prof. Houman Homayoun under whose lead the multi university project NSF CHEST (National Science Foundation Center for Hardware and Embedded Systems Security and Trust) has attained NSF grant of $750,000 for five years.
We are thrilled to announce two of our ECE faculty -- Professor Jane Gu and Professor Omeed Momeni -- as recipients of an NSF (National Science Foundation) grant up to $500,000 for their collaborative work on the project titled “Energy Efficient (sub)mm-Wave Transceiver Phased Array for High Speed and Secure Wireless Communications.”
The UC Davis Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering welcomes Dr. Houman Homayoun and Dr. Jeremy Munday upon their appointment as Associate Professor and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, respectively.
Please join us in honoring and congratulating our very own Professor John Owens for receiving the 2019 High Performance Graphics Test of Time Award for the most influential paper “Task Management for Irregular-Parallel Workloads on the GPU” from HPG’s 2010 predecessor conferences!
“I’m surprised and thankful, and deeply appreciative of the recognition of my colleagues for the successes we’ve had in our research group. And what an honor to be part of an awards ceremony that recognized so many deserving students!”
Prof. Marina Radulaski has been awarded a year-long use of nanofabrication facilities at the Molecular Foundry for the project entitled Quantum Light Source with an Efficient Nanophotonic Fiber Interface.