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Prof. Karem Sakallah shares 2009 CAV Award for fundamental work on SAT solvers

The award recognizes the researchers' contributions to the development of high-performance Boolean satisfiability solvers.|Short Read
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EECS researchers receive Best Paper Award at ISLPED

The paper explores logic and memory circuit topologies for a new type of transistor in development at IBM.|Short Read
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Jacob Oberlin’s electronics savvy helps drive MRacing team to a strong finish in Germany

As one of the only non-mechanical engineers on the team, Oberlin was responsible for all of the electrical systems on the vehicle.|Short Read

EECS students are winners in DAC/ISSCC 2009 Student Design Contest

The winning project and paper was on the topic of an ultra-low power processor for cubic millimeter sensor systems. Congratulations!|Short Read
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Tony Grbic awarded Presidential Early Career Award

The PECASE is the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government on outstanding scientists and engineers beginning their independent careers. |Short Read
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Lurie Nanofabrication Facility receiving Awards and Recognition

The building itself was recognized at the Annual Masonry Awards Program for its exterior, which "emulates an abstract composition of integrated circuits".|Short Read
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U-M shares 1st place prize at ISPD

Dongjin's research is a blend of computer science with computer and electrical engineering, and can have a huge impact on upcoming integrated circuits. |Short Read
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Run, RABBIT, run!

Today, no other biped machine walks faster, is as stable, or varies its walking speed so adroitly.|Medium Read