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Matthew Fojtik awarded Intel Foundation/SRCEA Fellowship

The fellowship will support Fojtik's work on a processor that can recover from timing errors and run without margining for worst case operating conditions.| Short Read
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Matthew Fojtik, graduate student in electrical engineering, was recently awarded a highly competitive Intel Foundation/Semiconductor Research Corporation Education Alliance (SRCEA) Fellowship. Only 10 such fellowships were awarded in the nation. This is a five-year fellowship to support Fojtik’s research with Prof. Dennis Sylvester.

Matt received his B.S.E. from the University of Michigan in electrical engineering in 2008, and is currently conducting research on novel design strategies for robust ultra-low power integrated circuits. Specifically, he is working on an asynchronous processor that can recover from timing errors and run without margining for worst case operating conditions.

We wish Matt congratulations on his upcoming marriage to Jennifer!

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