Margaret Martonosi Princeton University
For her significant contributions in helping women advance in the field of EDA technology.
Antonio Anguliar attending California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo
Moie Uesugi attending Brown University
The objective of the P.O. Pistilli Scholarship program is to increase the pool of professionals in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, and Computer Science from under-represented groups (women, African-American, Hispanic, Native American, and physically challenged). In 1989, ACM Special Interest Group on Design Automation (SIGDA) began providing the program. Beginning in 1993, the Design Automation Conference provided the funds for the scholarship and a volunteer committee continues to administer the program for DAC. DAC normally funds a $4000 scholarship, renewable up to five years, to graduating high school seniors.
Dr. Lucio Lanza Lanza Tech Ventures
For providing innovative EDA and IP companies with exceptional vision, mentoring, and financial support
Soha Hassoun Tufts Univ.
For outstanding service to the EDA community as DAC General Chair in 2014.
Jörg Henkel Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
For outstanding service to the EDA community as ICCAD General Chair in 2013.
For contributions to hardware/software codesign of embedded computing systems.
Steven P. Levitan Univ. of Pittsburgh
For contributions to mixed-technology micro-systems education.
Michael Orshansky Univ. of Texas at Austin
For contributions to VLSI design for manufacturability.
Yuan Xie Univ.of California at Santa Barbara
For contributions to design automation and architecture of three-dimensional integrated circuits.
For the paper titled, “Testing of Flow-Based Microfluidic Biochips: Fault Modeling, Test Generation, and Experimental Demonstration,” Vol. 33, Issue 10, pp. 1463 - 1475, October 2014.
Blaise Gassend Google
Dwaine Clarke Univ. of the West Indies
Marten van Dijk Univ. of Connecticut
Srinivas Devadas Massachusetts Inst. of Tech
For pioneering contributions in the discovery and use of silicon physical unclonable functions (PUFs) for the design and operation of secure integrated circuits and systems.
Hamid Shojaei Univ. of Wisconsin
Twan Basten Eindhoven University of Technology
Marc Geilen Eindhoven University of Technology
Azadeh Davoodi Univ. of Wisconsin
A fast and scalable multidimensional multiple-choice knapsack heuristic. Volume 18, Issue 4, Article 51, October 2013
Muhammad Shafique Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
In recognition of a junior faculty member who demonstrates outstanding potential as an educator and/or researcher in the field of electronic design automation.
Wenchao Li Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
In recognition of an outstanding Ph.D. dissertation that makes the most substantial contribution to the theory and/or application in the field of electronic design automation.
“Specification Mining: New Formalisms, Algorithms and Applications”
Advisor: Sanjit Seshia, University of California, Berkeley
Srinivas Devadas MIT
For contributions to secure and energy-efficient hardware.
Nikil Dutt University of California, Irvine
For contributions to embedded architecture exploration, and service to electronic design automation and embedded systems.
Subhasish Mitra Stanford University
For contributions to the design and testing of robust computing systems.
Vijay Narayanana Pennsylvania State University
For contributions to power estimation and optimization in the design of power-aware systems.
Parthasarathy Ranganathan Google
For contributions to the areas of energy efficiency and server architectures.
Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli University of California, Berkeley
For contributions to electronic design automation.
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