“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 [...]
CoSMIC lab is part of a team (along with Prof. Michal Lipson’s group and group’s from CUNY, Stanford and Michigan) that has been awarded a $7.5M MURI (multi-university research initiative) for a proposal titled "Magnet-Free Non-Reciprocal Metamaterials Based [...]
CoSMIC lab’s high-power PA research under ELASTx is featured on the DARPA 60 years of innovation timeline. (Link)
Our Nature Electronics News and Views paper titled “Coupled Resonators Give Direction” is out (link)
Mahmood wins a 2018 ADI ISSCC Outstanding Student Designer Award
Linxiao will receive the ISSCC 2017 Demonstration Session Certificate of Recognition for his demonstration that accompanied his ISSCC 2017 paper entitled "A 0.1-to-3.1GHz 4-Element MIMO Receiver Array Supporting Analog/RF Arbitrary Spatial Filtering”. This “best demo” award is given to only two demos at every ISSCC, one [...]
Negar Reiskarimian has been selected to the prestigious Forbes 30 Under 30 List in the Science category! (See Forbes coverage here and here, as well as Columbia coverage here).
Prof. Krishnaswamy has been named to the IEEE MTT Microwave/Millimeter-Wave Hardware-Roadmap Coordinating Committee. The MTT Microwave/Millimeter-Wave Hardware-Roadmap Coordinating Committee will work through the IEEE 5G Initiative to establish Microwave/Millimeter-Wave Hardware Roadmap efforts.
CoSMIC Lab is a part of a new large $10.8M NIH U01 grant titled "Imaging Human Brain Function with Minimal Mobility Restrictions” led by the University of Minnesota along with collaborators from Columbia Biomedical Engineering. [...]
Jahnavi’s paper on an ultra-low-noise RF PLL is accepted to ISSCC 2018.
New venture-backed series-A-funded startup called MixComm Inc. launched by Prof. Krishnaswamy to commercialize CoSMIC lab advanced wireless research. (CTV press release)
Tolga and Aravind’s paper on synchronized conductivity modulation to achieve broadband non-reciprocity in collaboration with Prof. Alu’s group at UT-Austin is published in Nature Communications. This work has been extensively covered in the press. A subset of the [...]