Larry Pileggi is the Tanoto Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. His research interests include all aspects of modeling, design, and design methodologies for CMOS and post-CMOS technologies.
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Tom Jackson and Vehbi Calayir receive award at SONIC
Tom Jackson and Vehbi Calayir received the John Bardeen Award at the StarNET SONIC review for their collaborative project with researchers at Stanford: “A Cellular Neural Network using CMOS Neurons and RRAM/PCM Synapses.” The group of Thomas Jackson, Vehbi Calayir, S. BurcMore...
Pileggi receives awards at the 50th Design Automation Conference celebration
Larry Pileggi received several awards at the celebration of 50 years of Design Automation Conferences, including the Design Automation Conference Prolific Author Award and the Design Automation Conference Top 10 Cited Author Award as the 4th Most Cited Author inMore...
Qiuling (Jolin) Zhu presents paper that receives 2013 HPEC Best Paper Award
Qiuling (Jolin) Zhu, Tobias Graf, H. Ekin Sumbul, Larry Pileggi and Franz Franchetti received a best paper award at the Seventeenth Annual High Performance Embedded Computing (HPEC) Workshop at MIT Lincoln Laboratory for their paper titled: A Logic-in-Memory Accelerated 3D-DRAM forMore...
Pileggi Receives Benjamin Richard Teare Teaching Award
Larry Pileggi received the B.R. Teare Teaching Award that is made to a faculty member within the Carnegie Institute of Technology in recognition of excellence in engineering education. Fred Higgs of Mechanical Engineering also received the award for this year.More...