Steven W. McLaughlin, Ph.D., is the Dean and Southern Company Chair of the College of Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Research Topic: Resistive device fabrication and circuit-device interaction Thadhani is currently working on research projects that are sponsored by the Department of Defense and industries. His research interests are in the general area of communications and information theory. M.S.

In 2011, he was awarded the honor Chevalier dans l`Ordre Nationale de Merite, (Knight of the French National Order of Merit), the second highest civilian award given by Republic of France. He holds secondary appointments in the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, the School of Interactive Computing, and the Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering, and has previously served as the Executive Director for the Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines at Georgia Tech. degree in Philosophy from Stockholm University, and was a Postdoctoral Scholar at Harvard University. Research Topic: Ferro device fabrication and modeling, 8. He has been a member of Georgia Tech’s Commission on Creating the Next in Education, including chairing a discovery group and co-chairing an ideation group. Steven W. McLaughlin, O. Milenkovic, B.V. Vasic: "Channel Capacity of M-ary Redundant Multitrack Runlength Limited Codes," IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol.

He received his B.Eng. Research Topic: Deep learning algorithm and hardware co-design, 5. electrical engineering, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong 766-774, 1998. His primary research interests lie in environmental fluid mechanics, with an emphasis on the influence of fluid motion and turbulence on biological systems.

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The School of ECE employs over 110 academic faculty members and approximately 200 administrative staff, research faculty/personnel, and academic professionals. and M.Sc. Laurence Jacobs currently serves as interim dean of the College, effective October 1, as well as the associate dean for academic affairs. He has earned national recognition for a substantial research program in the development of innovative flight mechanics and controls technologies for a variety of flight vehicles, including rotorcraft, projectiles, parafoils, and unmanned air vehicles. Walton received her B.S.E. F. Fekri, S.W. electrionic engineering, Tianjin University, China Steven W. McLaughlin, the Steve Chaddick School Chair and professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), has accepted the role of dean in the College of Engineering and Southern Company Chair, effective Sept. 15. 44, no. electrical engineering, Arizona State University, USA 5, pp.

He received the BSEE, MS, and PhD degrees in electrical and computer engineering from Rice University in 1984, 1987, and 1989, respectively. 15, no. McLaughlin, "The construction of M-ary codes that achieve capacity and have the fewest number of encoder states," IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. Associate Dean of Students.

Semiconductor Devices ECE 4833 . He was recently named a Distinguished Visiting Professor at Nagoya University in Japan working with Nobel Prize Winner in Physics, Professor Hiroshi Amano. Research Topic: Ferro device fabrication and modeling, 2. Muhammad Mainul Islam. Xiaoyu Sun, PhD (2016 spring-2020 summer) 404-894-2565. from Florida State University, and his M.S. Scott Zuloaga (2014 summer-2015 spring), Georgia Institute of TechnologyNorth Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30332, Laboratory for Emerging Devices and Circuits, Prof. Yu received DAC Under-40 Innovators Award, DATE, CICC, DRC, DAC, VLSI-DAT, ESSCIRC, SEMICON invited talks online, Prof. Yu received SRC Young Faculty Award, Design Automation Conference (DAC) PhD Forum, 2019, Design Automation Conference (DAC) PhD Forum, 2020, Taiwanese Government Scholarships to Study Abroad (GSSA), 2020, Intern at TSMC (San Jose, CA), 2020 spring, SRC TECHCON Student Presentation Award, 2019, Intern at HP Labs (Palo Alto, CA), 2018 summer, Design Automation Conference (DAC) PhD Forum, 2018, Taiwanese Government Scholarships to Study Abroad (GSSA), 2015, Design Automation Conference (DAC) PhD Forum, 2017. First Employment: Solar Junction (Tempe, AZ), 2. McLaughlin, R.M. He served as the associate chair for undergraduate programs for the School of Civil Engineering at Tech from 1995 to 2007. The Dean is the College of Computing's chief advocate and bears overall responsibility for establishing the College's academic direction. After a postdoctoral fellowship and faculty appointment at Mayo Medical School, she joined the faculty at the University of Pennsylvania in 1993. He joined the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech in September 1996. L. McPheters K. Narayanan, and S.W. of the Thirty-Eighth Annual Allerton Conference.