Singhee and Rutenbar Win 2008 VLSI Best Paper Award

 

January 22, 2008

ECE Ph.D. student Amith Singhee and Rob A. Rutenbar, Professor of ECE and CS, and their colleagues Benton H. Calhoun and Jiajing Wang of the University of Virginia, are winners of the 2008 Best Student Paper Award at the 21st International Conference on VLSI Design. Their paper, "Recursive Statistical Blockade: An Enhanced Technique for Rare Event Simulation with Application to SRAM Circuit Design," extends the team's highly visible work on ultra-fast analysis of memory circuits to handle extremely difficult "rare event" statistics.

ECE Ph.D. student Amith Singhee and Rob A. Rutenbar, Professor of ECE and CS are winners of the 2008 Best Student Paper Award at the 21st International Conference on VLSI Design.

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