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On April 26, Associate Professor Gail Rosen, Ph.D., will present "Deep Thought: How Machine Learning is Changing Our World" during The Franklin Institute event "2066, A Science Odyssey-What Will Our World Look Like?".
Their poster was titled "Robust Near-Threshold Inverter with Improved Performance for Ultra-Low Power Applications" and won in the physical/chemical/biological aspects in electrical, electronic, and computer systems category.
The course, ECET 680 Optical Communications, will by taught by P. Mohana Shankar, Ph.D., an Allen Rothwarf Professor in the ECE Department.