Announcements

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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Ahmed Eltawil Wins Commercialization Award Showcase

Ahmed Eltawil Wins Commercialization Award Showcase

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Ahmed Eltawil won the 2016 Commercialization Award Showcase, which encourages commercialization of innovations from all fields of research and stimulates entrepreneurship at UCI. His mission is to create technology for enhancing the efficiency and capabilities of telecommunication systems. Professor Eltawil has founded a new company, Lextrum, to further advance this technology, develop strategic partnerships, and perform large scale field testing.

 

Gene Tsudik elected to The Academy of Europe

Gene Tsudik elected to The Academy of Europe

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Chancellor’s Professor of Computer Science Gene Tsudik has been elected a member of The Academy of Europe (Academia Europaea), the organization dedicated to the “advancement and propagation of excellence in scholarship in the humanities, law, the economic, social, and political sciences, mathematics, medicine, and all branches of natural and technological sciences anywhere in the world for the public benefit and for the advancement of the education of the public of all ages in the aforesaid subjects in Europe,” according to the organization’s website.

 

Workshop On Interacting with Robots Through Touch

September 13, 2016

9AM – 6PM

1517 Social and Behavioral Sciences Gateway, University of California, Irvine

Register at: http://www.socsci.uci.edu/~jkrichma/haptics_workshop.html

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Associate Project Scientist position available

The Center for Embedded Systems and Cyber-Physical Systems (CECS), jointly with the Institute for Virtual Environments and Computer Games (IVECG) anticipates one full-time Associate Project Scientist position to become available  in the area of Applied Cryptography and Embedded Systems (IoT) Security. Specific topics include: secure bootstrapping; secure updates, and remote attestation. This position requires the applicant to have a Ph.D. in Computer Science, and extensive experience with, and knowledge of: secure hardware, cryptography, FPGA prototyping, networking, and distributed/secure algorithms. Salary will be commensurate with qualification and experience.

Interested applicants should respond by applying through UCI’s Recruit website:

https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/apply/JPF03663

 

CECS Hosts IWCR 2016

 

CECS Winter 2016 Newsletter

eNews: Volume 16, Issue 1 –Winter Issue

Highlights:

Kurdahi and Nassar Receive ASP-DAC Best Paper Award
Al Faruque and Vatapavar Receive DATE Best Paper Award
CECS Seminar Series Highlights
Visitor Profile: Yi Li

eNews Winter 2016

 

CECS Seminar Series

Title:  “Area/speed tradeoffs in a retargetable FPGA-optimized processor core”

Speaker: Marko Zec, University of Zagreb

Date and Time: Friday, July 15, 2016 at 11:00am

Location: CECS Conference Room

Host:  Professor Daniel Gajski

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CECS Faculty Receive Research Seed Funding Awards

The UC Irvine Office of Research has announced the awardees of the Research Seed Funding Program and four CECS faculty are among the recipients. Prof. Mohammad Al Faruque was awarded for his proposal titled “Critical Infrastructure Forensics (CIF)”, Prof. Zoran Nenadic for his proposal titled “An Implantable Brain-computer Interface System For Restoring Lower Extremity Movement And Sensation After Neural Injuries”, Prof. Ahmed Eltawil for his proposal titled “Self-interference Cancellation In Full-duplex System”, and Prof. Jeffrey Krichmar for his proposal titled “A Nueromorphic Robot That Interacts With People Through Tactile Sensing And Bi-directional Learning”.

Congratulation to you all!

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Marco Levorato wins Hellman Fellows award for 2016-17

Marco Levorato wins Hellman Fellows award for 2016-17

Assistant Professor Marco Levorato won the 2016 Hellman Fellow award at UCI. This award helps promising junior faculty realize their full scientific and academic potential.

“I am truly honored to be the recipient of the Hellman Award, my objective is to facilitate the inclusion of citizens as the central component of city administration and systems. The fellowship will be used to develop a new link between citizens, technology and citywide services.”

 

IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Webinar

IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Webinar

payamPhoto“Fundamentals of Millimeter-Wave Frequency Generation and Synthesis in Silicon”, Presented by Payam Heydari

This webinar is free and open to all SSCS members.

Tue, May 31, 2016 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM PDT

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