Our paper on “Approximate Vector Matrix Multiplication Implementations for Neuromorphic Applications using Memristive Crossbars” was presented with the best paper award at the 2017 IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Nanoscale Architectures (NANOARCH ’17)
W. Woods and C. Teuscher. Approximate Vector Matrix Multiplication Implementations for Neuromorphic Applications using Memristive Crossbars. Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Nanoscale Architectures (NANOARCH ’17), 2017.
Dr. Teuscher taught a 3-day Girls Inc. Eureka! cohort. Activities included Scratch, slime mold, cellular automata, and squishy circuits.
“Eureka! is a five year Girls Inc. program that brings 8th – 12th grade girls, including many who will be first generation college applicants, onto local college and university campuses for an intensive STEM summer program.”
Congrats to Maddie, Sai, and Walt!
- Maseeh Fellowship 2018: Walt Woods
- Outstanding Masters Student: Sai Kiran Cherupally
- Outstanding Undergraduate Student: Madisen Phillips
New paper: “Shift-Symmetric Configurations in Two-Dimensional Cellular Automata: Irreversibility, Insolvability, and Enumeration,” https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.09030
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.
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.
Photos by Matt Fleetwood.
Effective immediately, the Thursday office hour is moved from 8-9am to 4-5pm.
Congrats to Mohammad, Walt, and Jens for winning several ECE department awards!
“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.”
Read more at: https://scienceinportland.wordpress.com/2016/04/30/portland-state-computer-engineer-christof-teuscher-inspired-by-biology-keen-on-collaboration-across-disciplines