Awards

Sudeep Pasricha and Professor Nikil Dutt Receive Best Paper Award

Graduate student Sudeep Pasricha and Professor Nikil Dutt, proudly receive their Best Paper Award at the Asia and South Pacific Design Automation Conference 2006 (ASPDAC 2006) which took place in Yokohama, Japan on January 24, 2006. Their award winning technical paper is entitled "Constraint-driven Bus Matrix Synthesis for MPSoC."read more »

 
Payam Heydari Receives Best Paper Award

Payam Heydari has been announced the winner of the 2005 IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Darlington Best Paper Award for his journal entitled "Analysis of the PLL Jitter Due to Power/Ground and Substrate Noise" published in the IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems , vol. 51, no. 12, pages 2404-2416, December 2004.read more »

 
Henry T. Nicholas, III Research Fellowships

The Center for Embedded Computer Systems (CECS) at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) announces that it is receiving graduate student applications for two Henry T. Nicholas, III Research Fellowships for the 2005-2006 academic year.read more »

 
Chou & Heydari Win NSF CAREER Awards

Professors Pai H. Chou and Payam Heydari, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Henry Samueli School of Engineering, have been named recipients of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award. Each professor received an award of $400,000 covering a 5 year duration.read more »

 
Dr. Mishra wins 2004 EDAA Outstanding Dissertation Award

Dr. Prabhat Mishra won the EDAA outstanding dissertation award for the topic “New Directions in Embedded System Design Automation.” His paper is titled, “Specification-Driven Validation of Programmable Embedded Systems.”

 
Dutt, Reshadi, Mishra and Bansal Receive Best Paper Award at CODES+ISSS 2003

Dutt, Reshadi, Mishra and Bansal Receive Best Paper Award at CODES+ISSS 2003.read more »

 
SCESS 2003 Award

Marshall Lee presenting 2nd place award citation to Sudeep Pasricha, graduate student, UCI

 

 

 
IEEE Computer Society Certificate of Appreciation 2003

A certificate presented for creditable service to any Computer Society activity or program was presented to Professor Ian G. Harris.

 
SRC Awards

The Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) recently named one CECS graduate student as an SRC Fellow and one CECS graduate student as an SRC Master’s Scholar. These awards will commence with the fall 2001 semester.

Graduate student Frederic Doucet, studying under Professor Rajesh K. Gupta, was named an SRC Fellow in the SRC Graduate Fellowship Program. This fellowship award is for up to three years of study and provides tuition and fees, a generous monthly stipend, and an annual unrestricted gift of $2,000 to the ICS department.

Graduate student Shannon Tauro, studying under Professor Nikil D. Dutt, was named an SRC Master’s Scholar in the SRC Master’s Scholarship Program. This scholarship award is for up to two years of study and provides tuition and fees, a generous monthly stipend, and an annual unrestricted gift of $2,000 to the ICS department.

CECS is honored and privileged to have these two outstanding graduate students and congratulates Shannon and Frederic on receiving these prestigious SRC research awards.

 
Motorola Fellowship Awards

2000/2001 Motorola Research Fellowship Awardees:

Gerstlauer, Andreas, Dipl. Ing., 1997, University of Stuttgart, Germany,
MS, 1998, University of California, Irvine, Thesis Topic: “Architectural Exploration in the SpecC Environment”,
Advisor: Professor Daniel D. Gajski.

Grun, Peter, BS, 1994, University of Timisoara, Romania,
MS, 1995, University of Timisoara, Romania, MS, 1997,
University of California, Irvine, Thesis Topic: “Memory Aware Compiler and, Architectural Exploration for Embedded Systems”,
Advisor: Professor Nikil D. Dutt.

Halambi, Ashok, B Tech., 1995, Indian Institute of Technology, MS, 1997,
University of California, Irvine, Thesis Topic: “Transmutations: A Dynamic Compiler, Phase-Ordering Approach for Embedded Systems Software”,
Advisor: Professor Nikil D. Dutt.

Zhao, Shuqing, BE, 1991, Tianjin University, China, MS, 1999, University of California, Irvine, Thesis Topic: “Communication Synthesis”,
Advisor: Professor Daniel D. Gajski.