Our graduate receives half a million in funding

Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences 2004 graduate Emre Salman receives a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation.


Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences 2004 graduate Emre Salman receives a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation.

The award will provide approximately half a million dollars in funding over five years to Salman’s research on three-dimensional, energy-efficient integrated circuits.  Closely linked to the semiconductor industry, the research efforts are supported by the National Science Foundation and the Semiconductor Research Corporation.

Furthermore, Emre Salman's book "High Performance Integrated Circuit Design," printed in September 2012, is currently a textbook in several universities.  The 700-page book was published by McGraw-Hill.

About Emre Salman:

After graduating from Sabancı University, Salman completed his master’s and doctorate degrees at the University of Rochester.  During his studies, he worked as an R&D engineer in companies including Synopsys and Freescale Semiconductor.  Following a one-year postdoctoral research appointment, he became an assistant professor at SUNY Stony Brook University in 2010.  He has been the director of the "Nanoscale Circuits and Systems (NanoCAS)" research laboratory at Stony Brook since 2011.

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