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ECE Faculty Funded Research


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Dr. Tom W Chen

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Funded Research


  • A New Feature Based Compression Scheme for Stereo-Images (University of Colorado)
  • An Expandable Column FFT System & Its Multi-Chip Module Implementation (National Science Foundation (NSF))
  • An Integrative K-12-College Training Program for the Computer & Semiconductor Industry in the Rocky Mountain Region (Colorado Institute of Technology (CIT))
  • An Integrative Workforce Training and Retraining Program for the Computer and Semiconductor Industry in the Rocky Mountain Region (National Science Foundation (NSF))
  • Behavioral Level Design Verifications Using Software Testing Techniques & Neural Networks (National Science Foundation (NSF))
  • Collaboration on Stereoscopic Display Research (NHK Science and Technical Research Labs)
  • Defect Modeling of SRAM Modules (Lucent Technologies, Inc.)
  • Exploratory Research in Merged Memory and Logic Technology (Samsung Electronics)
  • Exploring Massive Chip Level Active Deskewing for VLSI Chips Beyond 20GHz (National Science Foundation (NSF))
  • GOALI: A Truly CMOS Compliant ON-Chip Optical Interconnect System for VLSI Chips (National Science Foundation (NSF))
  • HP Research Fellowship (Hewlett-Packard)
  • HP Test Chip Design Project (Hewlett-Packard)
  • HP Test Chip Design Project Manufacturing (Hewlett-Packard)
  • Incorporating Self-Testing & Self- Repairing for VLSI Embedded Memories (LSI Logic)
  • Machine Vision Research in Electronic Component Manufacturing (Cognex Corporation)
  • MTSIM-C, A Current Engineering Tool for Evaluating Test Cost for ICs (Hewlett-Packard)
  • MTSIM-C: Beyond Random Logic (Hewlett-Packard)
  • Object Based Compression Techniques for Stereoscopic Images (National Science Foundation (NSF))
  • Sequential Circuit Testing Using Neural Network Algorithms (CIAI-Colo. Inst. for Artificial Intellig)
  • VIMDE, a Vertically Integrated MCM Design Environment (AT&T Foundation)