Announcements

CECS Seminar Series

CECS Seminar Series

Title: “Heterogeneous Chip Architectures for Big Data Analytics”               

Speaker: Houman Homayoun, George Mason University, Virginia

Date and Time: Friday, April 28, 2017 at 11:00AM

Location: 2430 Engineering Hall

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Cyber-Physical Systems Master’s Program

Cyber-Physical Systems Master’s Program

UC Irvine will be the first university in the U.S. to offer a professional master’s in embedded and cyber-physical systems (MECPS). Set to enroll its inaugural class of students in fall 2017, the one-year full-time master’s program will train students in the foundation, skills and hands-on practices of embedded and cyber-physical systems design, optimization and evaluation.

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Distinguished Lecture Series

Title:  “Processor Paradigms: Evolution or Disruption and the importance of the Transformation Hierarchy Moving Forward”

Speaker: Prof. Yale N. Patt, University of Texas, Austin TX

Date and Time: Friday, March 31, 2017 at 3:30 p.m.

Location: Donald Bren Hall 4011

Hosts: Professor Alex Nicolau

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The NCIC labs have developed a novel sub-terahertz radiator

The NCIC labs have developed a novel sub-terahertz radiator

CECS professor Payam Heydari (left) of electrical engineering & computer science  and grad student researcher Peyman Nazari have engineered a novel sub-terahertz radiator with highest efficiency and radiated power that may have widespread applications. (more…)

 

CECS Director Kurdahi Named Newest Associate Dean

CECS Director Kurdahi Named Newest Associate Dean

CECS Director and Professor Fadi Kurdahi will be serving as the Samueli School of Engineering’s inaugural associate dean for graduate and professional studies. In his new role, Kurdahi will oversee policies and procedures for graduate and professional student education and supporting the school’s strategic goals, recruitment, and establishing self-supporting and certification programs.

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CECS Seminar Series

CECS Seminar Series

Title: “Low Energy, a New Trend for Lightweight Cryptography”

Speaker: Dr. Francesco Regazzoni, ALaRI Institute of Università della Svizzera italiana, Lugano, Switzerland

Date and Time: Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 11:00 a.m.

Location: Donald Bren Hall 4011

Host: Professor Nikil Dutt

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Payam Heydari Named 2017 IEEE Fellow

Payam Heydari Named 2017 IEEE Fellow

Payam Heydari, Professor of Electrical Engineering, from Irvine, CA, USA has been named an IEEE Fellow. Professor Heydari is being recognized for contributions to silicon-based millimeter-wave integrated circuits and systems. Click here to read the full article.

 

Gene Tsudik Elected to the AAAS

Gene Tsudik Elected to the AAAS

tsudikOn November 21, 2016, Gene Tsudik, Chancellor’s Professor of Computer Science and vice chair of graduate studies in Computer Science, was elected to the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) for contributions to security and privacy of the internet. This achievement recognizes individuals for their great contribution to their specific fields and how they have changed the way we understand the world.

 

Bruce Tromberg Earns 2016 Biophotonics Award

Bruce Tromberg Earns 2016 Biophotonics Award

Professor Bruce Tromberg

Professor Bruce Tromberg has received the Optical Society’s Michael S. Feld Biophotonics Award in recognition of his innovative and influential contributions to the field of biophotonics. Tromberg serves as an advocate for and a leader of the biophotonics community. This award acknowledges his pioneering work in the development and clinical application of spatially and temporally modulated light imaging. The OSA is the leading professional organization for scientists, engineers, students and entrepreneurs who fuel discoveries, shape real-life applications and accelerate achievements in the science of light.

 

CECS Seminar Series

CECS Seminar Series

Title:  “Malicious LUT: A Stealthy FPGA Trojan Injected and Triggered by the Design Flow”

Speaker: Christian Krieg, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria

Date and Time: Thursday, November 17, 2016 at 2:00 PM

Location: Donald Bren Hall 3011

Host:  Professor Nikil Dutt

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Al Faruque – IEEE CEDA Ernest S. Kuh Early Career Award

Al Faruque – IEEE CEDA Ernest S. Kuh Early Career Award

CECS member and EECS Professor Mohammad Al Faruque has recently been awarded with the IEEE CEDA Ernest S. Kuh Early Career Award 2016 (http://ieee-ceda.org/awards/ernest-s-kuh-early-career).

This award honors an individual who has made innovative and substantial technical contributions to the area of Electronic Design Automation (EDA) in the early stages of his or her career. It is a highly competitive award, with contribution measured based on technical merit and creativity in performing research. It is also assessed based on the published (more…)

 

Al Faruque – Thomas Alva Edison Patent Award 2016

Al Faruque – Thomas Alva Edison Patent Award 2016

al-faruqueCECS member and EECS Professor Mohammad Al Faruque received the Thomas Alva Edison Patent Award 2016 in the energy area  for one of his earlier patents during an award ceremony in New  Jersey.

He received this prestigious award for the following patent: “Network as automation platform for collaborative E-car charging at the residential premises“, US8957634 B2, Regular, United States.(Approve: February 17, 2015).

This patent has provided a novel solution to solve this challenge through a  collaborative energy management strategy for the Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations located in a  residential neighborhood. Technically, the amount of energy that can be provided to the EVs connected to a single  neighboring step down transformer is limited by the connected circuit breaker at a certain point of time. Faruque’s energy management strategy will collaborate among all the EVs, maximize the number of charged EVs and preferably reduce the local energy peaks  to the medium and low voltage electric infrastructure.

 

Do It Yourself (DIY) Electronic Innovation Challenge

Do It Yourself (DIY) Electronic Innovation Challenge

Unleash your creative potential with a Do-It-Yourself Electronics Innovation Challenge. Develop a unique design for a homemade sensor or any other electronic applications and compete to win fully paid admission to the NSF2017 KAUST Sustainability Conference.

https://sustainability.kaust.edu.sa/diy2016

 

 

The 11th International Design & Test Symposium (IDT 2016)

The 11th International Design & Test Symposium (IDT 2016)

The International Design and Test Symposium is an IEEE technically co-sponsored event devoted to exploring emerging challenges and new concepts related to the design, test, automation, and reliability of electronic systems ranging from integrated circuits through multi -chip modules and printed circuit boards to full systems.

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CECS Seminar Series

Title: “High Level Synthesis – Some Challenging Problems”

Speaker: Professor George A. Constantinides, Imperial College London

Date and Time: Wednesday, November 16, 2016 at 11:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.

Location: Engineering Hall 2430

Hosts: Professor Nikil Dutt

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