Ahmed Kord has been selected to the prestigious Forbes 30 Under 30 List in the Science category! (See Forbes coverage here ).
“Congratulations to Negar, Mohammad, Aravind, Sohail, Ali and Armagan for having their papers accepted to ISSCC. Aravind Nagulu, Tingjun Chen, G. Zussman and Harish Krishnaswamy, “Non-Magnetic 180nm SOI Circulator with Multi-Watt Power Handling Based on Switched Capacitor Clock [...]
Congratulation to Mahmood Baraani Dastjerdi for defending his PhD thesis. Mahmood will be starting a position as a senior IC designer in Mixcomm Inc.
Mohammad Khorshidian receives an EE MS Award of Excellence for his research and academic performance during his MS studies
Negar Reiskarimian wins the prestigious EE department Jury Award for outstanding achievements in the areas of systems, communications, signal processing or circuits.
Congratulation to Negar Reiskarimian for defending her PhD thesis. Negar will join MIT EECS department as a tenure-track Assistant Professor.
Aravind Nagulu has won the 2019 IEEE MTT-S Graduate Fellowship! He will receive his award at the 2019 IEEE IMS in Boston in June 2019.
Aravind wins a 2019 ADI ISSCC Outstanding Student Designer Award
"Congratulations to Aravind Nagulu and Mahmood Baraani Dasterdi for receiving IEEE SSCS 2018-2019 Predoctoral Achievement Awards. For a small number of promising graduate students, IEEE SSCS Predoctoral Achievement Awards provide a $1000 honorarium and reimbursement for travel expenses (within certain limits) to [...]
“Aravind Nagulu and Tingjun Chen demonstrated a full-duplex wireless node employing our latest Gen-2 DARPA SPAR non-magnetic circulator, an RF canceller based on Frequency-Domain Equalization, and a USRP node performing additional digital cancellation at the DARPA MTO RF Showcase [...]
CoSMIC lab wins an ~$1M award under the DARPA MIDAS program in collaboration with Oregon State University. The DARPA MIDAS program "aims to develop element-level digital phased-array technology that will enable next generation DoD millimeter wave systems. To [...]
“Congratulations to Aravind, Mahmood and Negar for having their papers accepted to ISSCC. Aravind Nagulu and Harish Krishnaswamy, "Non-Magnetic 60GHz SOI CMOS Circulator Based on Loss/Dispersion-Engineered Switched Bandpass Filters,” to appear in IEEE ISSCC 2019. Mahmood Baraani Dastjerdi, Sanket [...]
Prof. Krishnaswamy wins the 2019 IEEE MTT-S Outstanding Young Engineer Award for “For Original and Important Early Career Contributions in Integrated Phased Arrays, Millimeter-Wave CMOS Power Amplifiers, Full-Duplex Wireless Transceivers, and Non-Reciprocal Integrated Circuits.” The Outstanding Young Engineer Award recognizes [...]
CoSMIC lab joins the UCSB-led ComSenTer, an SRC-DARPA JUMP center investigating communications and sensing at THz
CoSMIC lab joins the UCSB-led ComSenTer, an SRC-DARPA JUMP center investigating communications and sensing at THz. ComSenTer will develop the technologies for a future cellular infrastructure using hubs with massive spatial multiplexing, providing 1-100Gb/s to the end user, [...]
The FlexICoN team comprising Tingjun Chen, Guy Farkash, Mahmood Baraani Dastjerdi, Jackson Welles, Jin Zhou, Harish Krishnaswamy and Gil Zussman won the Creative Technology Award (Engineering Category) at the 2018 NYC Media Lab 100 Demo Expo for their [...]
Prof. Krishnaswamy was featured on a lunch panel at the 5G summit held at the 2018 IEEE International Microwave Symposium held in Philadelphia. The panel was titled “Millimeter-wave Radios in Smartphones: What They Will Look Like in 2, [...]
Aravind Nagulu has won the IEEE 2018 RFIC Symposium Best Student Paper Award - 1st Place for his paper titled "Fully-Integrated Non-Magnetic 180nm SOI Circulator with >1W P1dB, >+50dBm IIP3 and High Isolation Across 1.85 VSWR”. He received [...]
After interviewing at numerous top schools, Negar has accepted a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in MIT’s EECS department. She will begin her tenure-track position in July 2019. (link)
Negar has been selected as a DARPA Riser and will be recognized at D60, DARPA’s 60th anniversary symposium to be held in September. The DARPA Riser Session at D60 is an opportunity for the Risers to present their ideas [...]
CoSMIC lab is excited to be a part of a large $22.5M effort called COSMOS under the NSF PAWR program to set up the first city-scale wireless 5G testbed in West Harlem in collaboration with Rutgers, NYU, other [...]