Niyogi and Marculescu Win Best Paper Award at ASP-DAC 2005

 

January 18, 2005

ECE graduate student Koushik Niyogi and his advisor, Assistant Professor of ECE Diana Marculescu, won the Best Paper Award at the Asia and South Pacific Design Automation Conference (ASP-DAC) in Shanghai, China.

Their work, titled "Speed and Voltage Selection for GALS Systems based on Voltage/Frequency Islands," was honored during an awards ceremony on January 19, when they were presented with a medal.

Pictured: a portion of the software-defined radio application. Blocks can be mapped to intellectual property (IP) cores characterized by various voltages or speeds.

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