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The Broadcom Fellowship Names The First Five

Broadcom First 5The Broadcom Foundation has endowed a new Fellowship in circuit/system designs to UCLA’s Electrical Engineering Department.  Every year up to five PhD students with an innovative research on new possibilities in the state-of-the-art 22-nm CMOS technology will be awarded with the Broadcom Fellowship.  Selected proposals must have a compelling impact when realized in the state-of-the-art foundry CMOS which enable a system that otherwise would not have been possible.

Chaired by Distinguished Professor Asad Abidi, the Broadcom Fellowship Selection Committee had a rigorous selection of the first cohort from a pool of 14 proposals.  The worthy recipients of the Broadcom Fellowships are:

 

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Fengbo Ren
Graduate Advisor: Assistant Professor Dejan Markovic

 

 

 

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Fang Li Yuan
Graduate Advisor: Assistant Professor Dejan Markovic

 

 

 

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Jeffrey Lee
Graduate Advisor: Associate Professor Sudhakar Pamarti

 

 

 

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Yousr Ismail
Graduate Advisor: Professor Ken Yang

 

 

 

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Yu-Hsiu Wu
Graduate Advisor: Chair and Professor Frank Chang

 

 

 

The members of the Broadcom Fellowship Selection Committee are Professors Alan Willson, Tatsuo Itoh, Jason Woo and Ken Yang.  The Broadcom Foundation has been an active partner of the Electrical Engineering Department in education such as the recent Broadcom Speaker Series with Broadcom’s top technology executives and which was culminated by the Chief Technical Officer, Professor Henry Samueli.  Now, Broadcom and the Electrical Engineering Department break new ground in research elevating the educational experience in a new paradigm.Broadcom

 

 

 

 

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