Rob Rutenbar Elected ACM Fellow

 

January 22, 2009

Rob A. Rutenbar, Jatras Professor of ECE and CS, was elected a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Class of 2008 for contributions to computer-aided design tools for mixed-signal integrated circuits.

Rutenbar is widely known for his contributions to computer-aided design (CAD) algorithms and software for mixed-signal integrated circuits and for the contributions that his company, Neolinear, has made to the industry. He has also been recognized numerous times for his contributions to education.

Rutenbar is one of 44 ACM Fellows named this year, three from Carnegie Mellon.

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