Monthly Archives: February 2015

Best paper award at CONELECOMP

Congratulations to Vitor, Sunera, Fabio and Renato for winning the best paper award at CONELECOMP for the paper titled “Low-complexity Pruned 8-point DCT Approximations for Image Encoding”.

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New paper accepted at IEEE AP-S

Congratulations to Nilan, Chamith and Len Bruton, for the paper “Electronically Steerable Directed Energy using Space-Time Network Resonant Digital Systems”, which has been accepted for publication and presentation at the 2015 IEEE Antennas and Propagation Symposium (AP-S). The conference is … Continue reading

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PhD Graduate Dr Wijenayake moves to UNSW

The first PhD graduate from the ASPC lab, Dr. Chamith Wijenayake, has started a tenure-track faculty position at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia. Many congratulations. We wish him all success in his academic work. Dr. Wijenayake’s … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Dr Bahrami for his NSF grant

The ASPC lab is proud of our colleague, Dr Hamid Bahrami, for his grant from NSF from the EARS program. Many congratulations, Hamid. http://www.uakron.edu/im/news/lab-to-study-how-a-fly-can-boost-your-handhelds-battery

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Paper on microwave a-DFT circuits at IEEE Microwave Symposium (IMS)

The paper titled “Multi-beam 4 GHz Microwave Apertures Using Current-Mode DFT Approximation on 65 nm CMOS” has been accepted for publication at IEEE IMS 2015. The authors are Viduneth Ariyawansa, Sunera Kulasekera, Dora Suarez, Renato Cintra, Fabio Bayer, Kye-Shin Lee, … Continue reading

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