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PhD Student Weicheng Liu Wins Award at SRC TECHCON

Weicheng Liu

Stony Brook ECE graduate student Weicheng Liu has received the Best in Session Award at the 2016 SRC TECHCON Conference held in Austin, Texas on September 11-13. Weicheng's paper has proposed a novel method for automatic clock tree development to reduce power consumption.

Weicheng Liu is a PhD student at the NanoCAS Lab advised by Prof. Emre Salman. The research has been conducted in collaboration with Drexel University and NXP Semiconductors, and funded by the Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC).

According to SRC, TECHCON "is the primary event for SRC to showcase the best of research sponsored by the membership and students performing the research. Industry and university participants who make SRC a world-class research management organization are also highlighted."

More information about SRC TECHCON 2016 can be found here.