Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Overcoming the bandwidth wall: Innovative approach to wireline communication yields invitation to DARPA’s JUMP 2.0
Measured eye diagram at 27Gb/s of pulse amplitude modulated (PAM-8) data and the proposed signal-to-noise ratio enhanced (SNRE-8) modulated data. Image courtesy of Tejasvi Anand.
Article by Tejasvi Anand, Associate Professor
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Additive manufacturing and ink substrate research opens new doors for flexible circuits
Graduate students Lakshmi Prakasan (left) and Jacob Manzi (center) under the supervision of Assoc. Prof. Harish Subbaraman (right) examine a self-sintered printed gold pattern printed on a flexible substrate using a Space Foundry plasma-jet printer.
Collaborations in atomic layer deposition lead to workforce and next-generation packaging solutions
Top-down optical microscope image of several of metal/insulator/metal "MIM" tunnel diodes. Image courtesy of Konner Holden
Fulbright Scholar researches AI for the greater good
Photo by Shivani Jinger
What robots can learn from toddlers
Collaborative research in machine learning and behavioral psychology
Photos by Johanna Carson
Alan Fern and Sinisa Todorovic would like to teach computers and robots to have a little common sense.