Diqing Su Receives Best Poster Award at 2017 MMM Conference

Doctoral candidate Diqing Su’s poster titled “Giant Magnetoresistance-based Handheld Platform for Rapid Detection of Influenza A Virus” has been recognized as the best poster among a hundred others that were presented at MMM 2017, the 62nd Annual Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. The poster presents the the performance of a giant magnetoresistance(GMR)-based handheld device […]

Z-Lab: Portable Diagnostic Device Promises Affordable Noninvasive Testing

Scientists at the University of Minnesota have successfully developed and tested a prototype of Z-Lab, a portable diagnostic platform designed to perform on site testing of biological samples for various ailments. This is the first version of the prototype developed for point-of-care diagnostics. The details of the device and results of the test are reported in […]

University team is runner up at Retinal OCT Fluid Challenge

University of Minnesota team is a runner up at the Retinal OCT Fluid Challenge held in conjunction with the 4th MICCAI Workshop on Ophthalmic Medical Image Analysis in September 2017 in Quebec, Canada. The team comprised Abdolreza Rashno (former pre-doctoral visitor with Prof. Parhi’s research group, and currently with Isfahan University of Technology, Iran), Dr. Dara […]

Graduate Students Awards and Honors

Four Graduate Students Headed to 2017 Rising Stars Workshop Come November, four ECE students will be headed to Stanford University to attend the Rising Stars 2017 workshop. Sandhya Koteshwara, Nazila Haratipour, Sha Shi, and Yenning Shen have been invited to attend the work designed for highly accomplished women graduate students and postdocs as they prepare […]

Prof. John Sartori’s Research on Bespoke Processors Gains Traction

Research on bespoke processors conducted by Prof. John Sartori’s group has been gaining currency recently. So what are bespoke processors? Conventional microprocessors used to drive embedded systems as seen in wearable and Internet of Things devices usually run a single application. However to ensure programmability and flexibility, these chips carry a large number of circuits, […]

Prof. Keshab Parhi Receives IEEE CAS Mac Van Valkenburg Award

The IEEE Circuits and Systems Society has awarded ECE’s Prof. Keshab Parhi the Mac Van Valkenburg Award for pioneering contributions to VLSI digital signal processing architectures, design methodologies, and their applications to wired and wireless communications, and service to IEEE Circuits and Systems Society. The Mac Van Valkenburg Award honors individuals for outstanding technical contributions […]

In the Spotlight: Prof. Bethanie Stadler

In the summer of this year, ECE’s Prof. Bethanie Stadler will be making her way to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as part of a collaborative research project with King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). She is one of an international 4-person team which includes C-SPIN director and ECE faculty Prof. Jian-Ping Wang, […]

ASPLOS 2017 Best Paper Award For Hari Cherupalli And Prof. John Sartori

“Determining Application-specific Peak Power and Energy Requirements for Ultra-low-power Processors,” authored by doctoral student Hari Cherupalli and Prof. John Sartori (besides authors from University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) has received the Best Paper Award at ASPLOS 2017. ASPLOS (ACM International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems) is a premier conference addressing “multidisciplinary systems […]