Yingying received the IEEE RFIC’21 NSF Student Conference Registration Award. Congratulations Yingying!
Qiang won the Student Research Competition Award (1st place) at the IEEE Texas Symposium on Wireless & Microwave Circuits and Systems. Congratulations Qiang!
Yaolong and Xiaohan’s paper received the Best Student Paper Award at IEEE CICC. Congratulations Yaolong and Xiaohan!
Yaolong’s paper entiled “A 27–46-GHz Low Noise Amplifier With Dual-Resonant Input Matching and A Transformer-Based Broadband Output Network” is accepted to IMS 2021 and is selected as one of the top IMS submissions for inclusion into the IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters (MWCL) special issue. Congratulations Yaolong!
Yingying is awarded the prestigious 2021 IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) Graduate Fellowship for Medical Applications. Congratulations Yingying!
Yaolong and Xiaohan’s paper entitled “A 28GHz Hybrid-Beamforming Transmitter Array Supporting Concurrent Dual Data Steams and Spatial Notch Steering for 5G MIMO” is accepted to CICC 2021. Congratulations Yaolong and Xiaohan!
Yingying’s paper is accepted to ISSCC 2021 (Biomedical Devices, Circuits, and Systems Session). She will present an integrated thermal actuation/sensing array with a sub-millimeter spatial resolution through efficient and localized heating of magnetic nanoparticles at GHz microwave frequency. This platform would be widely applicable in non-invasive biomedical heating applications. Congratulations Yingying!
Qiang’s paper is accepted to ISSCC 2021 (Innovations in Low-power & Secure IoT Session). In collaboration with Prof. Kaiyuan Yang’s group, we explore PUF-controlled transmitter spectral regrowth as a unique radio signature for low-power physical-layer device identification, similar to how people can recognize individuals from their unique voice features. Congratulations Qiang and the team!
Our collaboration paper with the Rice NeuroEngineering Team (Drs. Lan Luan, Jacob Robinson, Behnaam Aazhang, Kaiyuan Yang, and Chong Xie) entitled “Recent Advances in Electrical Neural Interface Engineering: Minimal Invasiveness, Longevity and Scalability” is accepted by Neuron! This review paper highlights latest advances in electrical neural interfaces, and our group contributed to the integrated electronics section.
Congratulations Yingying and our collaborative team!
Our collaboration paper with Prof. Behnaam Aazhang’s group entitled “Non-invasive Deep Brain Stimulation using Electromagnetic Waves” is accepted for publication at the 54th Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers!
Katrina received the NSF Student Registration Award for IEEE RFIC/IMS 2020. Congratulations Katrina!
Robert and Katrina received the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) from the Rice Undergraduate Office of Research and Inquiry (UORI). Congratulations Robert and Katrina!
Dr. Chi is awarded the George R. Brown Teaching Grant for his undergraduate course ELEC 305 Introduction to Physical Electronics!
Xiaohan Zhang, B.S. from Tsinghua University, joins RISE Lab as a Ph.D. student. Welcome aboard!
Yingying is awarded the Loewenstern Fellowship. Congratulations Yingying!
Qiang Zhou, B.S. from Peking University, joins RISE Lab as a Ph.D. student. Welcome aboard!
Yingying Fan, M.S. from University of Michigan and B.E. from Southeast University, joins RISE Lab as a Ph.D. student. Welcome aboard!
RISE Lab is awarded the Rice University’s InterDisciplinary Excellence Award (IDEA) fund to develop electronics-biology-machine learning hybrid systems for health care applications. We will collaborate with Dr. Gang Bao in BioE and Dr. Richard Baraniuk in ECE.
Dr. Taiyun Chi visited TAMU ECE and gave an invited talk on Antenna-Electronics Co-Design. Thank you Dr. Sebastian Hoyos for the invitation.
Dr. Taiyun Chi established the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society (SSCS) Houston Chapter and serve as the Chapter Chair. We will organize a series of Distinguished Lectures and social events. Please stay tuned!
Yaolong Hu joins RISE Lab as a Ph.D. student. Welcome aboard!