ECE graduate students took top honours at CMC Microsystems’ 2019 TEXPO Graduate Student Competition and Exposition.
Soroush Rasti Boroujeni (supervisor Dr. Safieddin Safavi-Naeini) won the Micro-nanosystems Design Award (sponsored by Teledyne DALSA) for “A Highly Efficient Bi-CMOS Ka-Band MMIC for Emerging Millimeter-Wave Communications Systems Phased-Arrays.”
Tejinder Singh (supervisor Dr. Raafat Mansour) was awarded CMC’s Brian L. Barge Microsystems Integration Award for “Miniaturized mmWave Chalcogenide PCM GeTe-Based Switch Matrices for Wireless and Satellite Communications Systems.”
This year’s event, hosted at the Conference on Design and Architectures for Signal and Image Processing (DASIP) at Polytechnique Montréal Oct. 16-18, attracted competitors from across Canada.
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