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Prof. Michael Becker Awarded NSF Grant for Work On Producing Thick Films for Circuits

Prof. Michael Becker Awarded NSF Grant for Work On Producing Thick Films for Circuits

Prof. Michael Becker of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UT Austin (UT ECE) and Prof. Desiderio Kovar of UT Mechanical Engineering have received a National Science Foundation (NSF) award for work on "A Manufacturing Process for Producing Thick Films with Controlled Microstructures."

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Prof. Alexis Kwasinski and Collaborators Awarded NSF Grant for Work on Powering Cellular Network Base Stations from Renewable Sources

Prof. Alexis Kwasinski and Collaborators Awarded NSF Grant for Work on Powering Cellular Network Base Stations from Renewable Sources

UT ECE professor Alexis Kwasinski in collaboration with the Rochester Institute of Technology has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant as part of the CyberSEES program for work on investigating techniques to power cellular network base stations from renewable sources such as wind turbines and photovoltaic modules.

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Profs. John, Gerstlauer and Collaborators in ICES Receive NSF Grant to Study Novel Algorithms and Architectures for Scientific Computing

Profs. John, Gerstlauer and Collaborators in ICES Receive NSF Grant to Study Novel Algorithms and Architectures for Scientific Computing

A team of researchers that includes UT ECE Professors Lizy K. John and Andreas Gerstlauer has been awarded a $750,000 grant from NSF's Exploiting Parallelism and Scalability (XPS) program. The project is led by Prof. George Biros and further includes Prof. Robert van de Geijn.

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Prof. Vijay Garg Receives NSF Grant for Work on Developing New Synchronization Mechanisms for Concurrent Programs

Prof. Vijay Garg Receives NSF Grant for Work on Developing New Synchronization Mechanisms for Concurrent Programs

UT ECE professor Vijay Garg has received a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant for his work on developing new synchronization mechanisms for concurrent programs. The project aims to develop new synchronization mechanisms with the goal to make synchronization as simple and intuitive as possible for programmers.

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Profs. de Veciana, Shakkottai and Collaborators received NSF Grant for Work on 5G Wireless Networks

Profs. de Veciana, Shakkottai and Collaborators received NSF Grant for Work on 5G Wireless Networks

A group of UT Austin and Stanford faculty members led by Prof. Gustavo de Veciana in collaboration with Profs. Sanjay Shakkottai, Lili Qiu, and Ramesh Johari have recently been awarded an NSF grant totaling $978,000. This project supports research in 5G wireless networks.

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