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 [...]
Negar Reiskarimian has been selected to receive a prestigious Paul Baran Young Scholar Award from the Marconi Society for her work on non-reciprocal microwave components finding applications in new wireless communication paradigms. (SEAS story) Marconi Society was established [...]
Negar Reiskarimian has been selected to attend the 2017 EECS Rising Star Workshop that will be held in Stanford. Rising Stars is a career-building workshop for electrical and computer engineers and computer scientists interested in careers in academia. [...]
CoSMIC lab has been awarded a Research Initiatives in Science and Engineering (RISE) award in collaboration with Prof. Brad Johnson in Physics to develop “A Novel Spectrometer for Discovering Signals from the Beginning of the Universe”. (Press release) [...]
Prof. Krishnaswamy is invited to serve on the DARPA MTO Microsystems Exploratory Council (MEC) study group."The MEC is a study group of academic and industrial scientists and engineers with primary interests in advanced problems of microsystems technology that relate to [...]
Tolga Dinc wins the prestigious EE department Jury Award for outstanding achievements in the areas of systems, communications, signal processing or circuits.
CoSMIC lab is a part of a large team led by Prof. Michal Lipson that has been selected to receive an award under the DARPA EXTREME program.
Negar Reiskarimian has won the 2017 IEEE MTT-S Graduate Fellowship! She will receive her award at the 2017 IEEE IMS in Honolulu in June 2017.
Negar Reiskarimian is selected as a 2017 Caltech Young Investigator Lecturer in Engineering and Applied Science.
CoSMIC lab research is featured in a new IEEE Spectrum article and video explaining 5G.
Prof. Krishnaswamy is appointed as an IEEE SSCS Distinguished Lecturer for 2017-2018 (link)(Columbia EE story).
Negar wins a 2018 ADI Outstanding Student Designer Award
Our work on non-magnetic non-reciprocal circulators for full-duplex is #10 on the list of top science stories of the year on Eurekalert. (link)
Negar Reiskarimian wins the prestigious 2016-2017 SSCS Predoctoral Achievement Award! This prestigious award is made to a small number of promising graduate students on the basis of academic record and promise, quality of publications, and a graduate study program well matched to the [...]
Jeffrey wins a 2016 EGSC Professional Development Scholarship
CoSMIC lab receives $1.8M in funding under the DARPA SPAR to lead a research effort on high-performance chip-scale RF circulators in collaboration with UT-Austin!
5 papers accepted to the 2017 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference! Congratulations to Tolga, Linxiao, Ritesh, Jeffrey, Negar, Mahmood and Jin!
The FlexICoN team's demo wins an Honorable Mention Award at the NYC Media Lab's NYCML16 event!
Jahnavi Sharma is selected as an MIT-CMU 2016 EECS Rising Star! Rising Stars is a career-building workshop for women electrical and computer engineers and computer scientists interested in careers in academia. (link)
CoSMIC lab receives a large $2M NSF program in collaboration with colleagues at Columbia and Cornell to lead a research effort on "Novel Approaches to RF Non-Reciprocity in Semiconductor Systems" under the NSF EFRI NewLAW ( New Light and [...]