|Student Design Contest Co-Chairs|
West Lafayette, IN
Applied Research Associates, Inc.
South Royalton, VT
The purpose of the DAC/ISSCC Student Design Contest is to promote excellence in the design of electronic systems by providing competition between graduate and undergraduate students at universities and colleges. The Student Design Contest is jointly sponsored by DAC and its sponsors, by ISSCC, and by a set of corporate sponsors.
For more information on the Student Design Contest, please email
47th Student Design Contest Winners
A 59.5mW Scalable/Multi-View Video Decoder Chip for Quad/3D Full HDTV and Video Streaming Applications
Tzu-Der Chuang, Pei-Kuei Tsung, Pin-Chun Lin, Lo-Mei Chang, Tsung-Chuan Ma, Yi-Hau Chen, Yu-Han Chen, Chuan-Yung Tsai, Liang-Gee Chen – National Taiwan Univ.
Tim D. Morrison, Fan Zhang, Shailesh Rai, Jagdish Pandey, Jeremy Holleman, Brian Otis – Univ. of Washington
Chia-Hsiang Yang, Dejan Markovic – Univ. of California, Los Angeles
Joo-Young Kim, Seungjin Lee, Minsu Kim, Jinwook Oh, Hoi-Jun Yoo – KAIST
Wen-Sin Liew - National Univ. of Singapore
Arnd Geis, Julien Ryckaert – IMEC
Gerd Vandersteen, Yves Rolain - Vrije Univ. Brussel
52nd DAC General Chair, Anne Cirkel, will be the featured editor of the "52 Weeks of DAC" blog. Follow this blog for a behind the scenes view of how this conference gets ready for June 2015!
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