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* Our work on [[A Deterministic Approach to Stochastic Computing]] has received critical acclaim: it upends the conventional thinking on stochastic computing (a field that we [[pioneered]] back in 2008).
 
* Our work on [[A Deterministic Approach to Stochastic Computing]] has received critical acclaim: it upends the conventional thinking on stochastic computing (a field that we [[pioneered]] back in 2008).
[[Ahmad Salehi| Ahmad]] received the [http://www.grad.umn.edu/fellowships/ddf/ Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship], a prestigious university-wide award for top doctoral candidates at the [http://www.umn.edu University of Minnesota], in May, 2015.
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* [[Ahmad Salehi| Ahmad]] received the [http://www.grad.umn.edu/fellowships/ddf/ Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship], a prestigious university-wide award for top doctoral candidates at the [http://www.umn.edu University of Minnesota], in May, 2015.
 
* We received two NSF Grants in 2014:
 
* We received two NSF Grants in 2014:
 
** [[Media:Bazargan_Frisbie_Harjani_Lilja_Riedel_Design_in_a_Post-CMOS_Era_when_Transistor_Counts_Matter_Again.pdf | Back to the Future with Printed, Flexible Electronics –Design in a Post-CMOS Era when Transistor Counts Matter Again]] <br>($800,000 joint with [https://www.ece.umn.edu/~kia/ Kia Bazargan], [http://www.ece.umn.edu/~harjani/ Ramesh Harjani], [http://www.arctic.umn.edu/lilja.shtml David Lilja], and [http://research.cems.umn.edu/frisbie Dan Frisbie])
 
** [[Media:Bazargan_Frisbie_Harjani_Lilja_Riedel_Design_in_a_Post-CMOS_Era_when_Transistor_Counts_Matter_Again.pdf | Back to the Future with Printed, Flexible Electronics –Design in a Post-CMOS Era when Transistor Counts Matter Again]] <br>($800,000 joint with [https://www.ece.umn.edu/~kia/ Kia Bazargan], [http://www.ece.umn.edu/~harjani/ Ramesh Harjani], [http://www.arctic.umn.edu/lilja.shtml David Lilja], and [http://research.cems.umn.edu/frisbie Dan Frisbie])

Revision as of 01:12, 20 March 2017

A collaborative website for the Circuits and Biology group.

About the Group

The group consists of Prof. Marc Riedel and his students in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Minnesota. Our research activities encompass topics in logic synthesis and verification, as well as in synthetic and computational biology. A broad theme is the application of expertise from digital circuit design to new areas.

  • See our "People" page for a list of everyone in the group.
  • See our "Research" page for an overview of our research activities.
  • See our "Publications" page for our papers, theses, proposals, and slides.
  • See our "Tools" page for software tools that we have developed.
  • See our "Teaching" page for courses that Marc teaches.
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