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IEEE EDS @ UCR Distinguished Lecture Series (DL) delivered by Prof. Tian-Ling Ren from Institute of Microelectronics, Tsinghua University, P.R. China, the title is "Ferroelectric Devices and Their Applications".

Time: Dec 10, 2009 11:00am-1:00pm EBU-II 205

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IEEE EDS @ UCR Special Seminar delivered by Prof. Patrick Yue from High-speed Silicon Lab, UCSB titled “A 1-mW 12 Gbps adaptive passive equalizer in 90-nm CMOS”.

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31st EOS/ESD Symposium and Exhibition Visit: Five IEEE EDS UCR Chapter members visited 31st EOS/ESD Symposium & Exhibition. At the exhibition, our members conducted real IC chip-level and package-level testing.

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Social Activities: UCR local host for NSF IRES‐China Program

We are the local host of NSF IRES-China program in UC Riverside, initiated by Prof. Albert Wang and Prof. Sheldon Tan. In this program, 3 US undergraduate students will travel to China in summer for 2 months, to exchange their study and culture experience. Our chapter provided technical training to the students in Department of Electrical Engineering Lab for Integrated Circuits and Systems. After the training, they understand IC flow well and capable of operating probe station and other equipments to conduct wafer level testing.

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Joint Social Activities: 7th Annual Bourns Space Science and Engineering Day

On Apr 18th 2009, our chapter volunteered to joint-hold one of the most important yearly social events of UC Riverside: 7th Annual Bourns Space Science and Engineering Day. The purpose of the activity is to expose children to engineering and space exploration. Our members guided the children and their parents to visit our campus, visit engineering research labs, play games, etc. More than 700 people participated in this event. By jointly-holding this event, children get to know college study and life in their early age. We introduce them to the excitement that is taking place in engineering and give them spirit and energy to move forward.

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  1. Inauguration for Ieee Electron Devices Society UCR Branch

  2. IEEE Electron Devices Society Mini-Colloquium on MicroElectronics (Event Flyer [pdf])

  3. 1st IEEE Student Microelectronics Research Forum @ UCR (ISMRF)

The Inauguration was attended by three distinguished guests from IEEE: President for IEEE Electron Devices Society, Prof. Cor Claeys from IMEC, Belgium; IEEE EDS President-elect, Dr. Renuka P. Jindal, the William and Mary Hansen Hall Board of Regents Eminent Scholar Endowed Chair at University of Louisiana, at Lafayette; and IEEE EDS Vice President, Dr. Juin J. Liou, the Analog Devices Professor at University of Central Florida. These three IEEE Distinguished Lecturers also delivered three research lectures at the IEEE EDS Mini-Colloquium on Microelectronics.



The IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS) Student Branch Chapter at UCR was approved by IEEE on December 30, 2008.