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New paper: Shift-Symmetric Configurations in 2D CA: Irreversibility, Insolvability, and Enumeration

New paper: “Shift-Symmetric Configurations in Two-Dimensional Cellular Automata: Irreversibility, Insolvability, and Enumeration,”


2017 Graduate Research and Mentoring Program

Applications for the 2017 Graduate Research and Mentoring Program (GRMP) are now open. For more info, see Graduate Research and Mentoring Program  (GRMP).

Application deadline: Apr 23, 2017

Eligibility: The program is open to PSU graduate students in ECE, CS, Physics, and Systems Science. Students must have completed at least one term at PSU. Students interested in the summer research internship should take the ECE 508 Scholarship Bootcamp (CRN: 65521) in the Spring term.


Students present work at TECHCON 2016

tlab students Jack Cannon, Matt Fleetwood, and Jeff Udall were invited to present their work the annual Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) TECHCON conference, which was held in Austin, TX, Sep 11-13, 2016. Jeff Udall had the special honor to present a talk.

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Photos by Matt Fleetwood.


tlab PhD students win department awards

Congrats to Mohammad, Walt, and Jens for winning several ECE department awards!

Portland State computer engineer Christof Teuscher inspired by biology

“Inspiration for new technologies often can be found in biological systems. A classic example is how plant burrs sticking to an engineer’s dog led to the creation of Velcro.”

“Following in such traditions is Christof Teuscher, an associate professor in Portland State University’s electrical and computer engineering department.”

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Christof Teuscher named Maseeh Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Dr. Christof Teuscher has been selected as the Maseeh Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Maseeh College of Engineering and Computer Science at Portland State University.  His visionary research seeks to redefine how we build computers and what we understand computing to be. Continue…


COEL: A Cloud-Based Reaction Network Simulator

Check out or latest article:

P. Banda and C. Teuscher,  COEL: A Cloud-Based Reaction Network SimulatorFrontiers in Robotics and AI, 3(13), 2016. DOI:

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