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Chia-Hsiang Chen awarded Intel PhD Fellowship

Chia-Hsiang's research focuses on designing low-power and error-resilient circuit techniques for digital signal processing applications.| Short Read
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Chia-Hsiang Chen, a Ph.D. candidate in Electrical Engineering, has been selected to receive a prestigious Intel Corporation Ph.D. Fellowship for the 2014-15 academic year.

Chia-Hsiang’s research focuses on designing low-power and error-resilient circuit techniques for digital signal processing applications. He is currently developing a new multi-antenna detector aimed at achieving higher energy efficiency and lower error rates through adaptive algorithms, architecture, and circuit co-optimization. This device is being designed for communication and computing devices such as cell phones, tablets, and sensors.

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The Intel Ph.D. fellowship is awarded to outstanding Ph.D. candidates at select universities in the United States, and includes the opportunity for recipients to be mentored by Intel engineers.

Chia-Hsiang received the Intel Spontaneous Recognition Award for work done during a 2012 Intel internship, and has taken first and second place in several course-specific contests that have been sponsored by industry. He is advised by Prof. Zhengya Zhang.

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