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Professor Pamarti receives 2010 NSF CAREER Award

January 2010

Assistant Professor Sudhakar Pamarti has been selected to receive the 2010 NSF CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation. Professor Pamarti's award recognizes his career development plan entitled "Digital Signal Conditioning Techniques to Improve Integrated Circuit Design Performance."

Professor Pamarti joined the department in 2005. His research focuses on the design of highly integrated wireless and wireline communication systems with particular emphasis on lowering their cost and power consumption. His work involves the design, silicon IC implementation, and verification of mixed-signal blocks which perform critical communication system tasks such as data conversion, frequency synthesis, clock synchronization, and channel equalization. He hopes on developing and/or adopting techniques from signal processing and communication theories to improve the performance of these mixed signal blocks.

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