Welcome 

Shawn Blanton, Ph.D.

Shawn Blanton is the interim Vice Provost for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. In this interim role he focusses on diversifying the graduate student and faculty populations across the university, along with enhancing and initiating win-win relationships with the Pittsburgh region. Dr. Blanton is also the Trustee Professor in the Electrical and Computer

Engineering department where he serves as the Associate Head of Research responsible for developing and executing research strategies. His personal research interests include various aspects of integrated system testing and diagnosis, and the development of design

methodologies and tools for securing hardware systems. He has consulted for various companies, and is the founder of TestWorks, a Carnegie Mellon University spinout focused on information extraction from IC test data

News

Apr. 2020

ACTL 2020 IEEE VLSI Test Symposium paper titled "A Deterministic-Statistical Multiple-Defect Diagnosis Methodology" is a best paper nominee

Sep. 2019

ACTL paper "IPSA: Integer Programming via Sparse Approximation for Efficient Test-Chip Design", authored by Qicheng Huang, Chenlei Fang, Zeye Liu, Ruizhou Ding and Shawn Blanton, was selected as a best paper candidate for ICCD (International Conference on Computer Design) 2019.

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Advanced   Chip   
Test  Laboratory.

The Advanced Chip Test Laboratory (ACTL) at Carnegie Mellon University develops and implements data-mining techniques for improving the operation, design, manufacturing and testing of integrated systems. Our research involves data-mining algorithm development, data analysis, chip design and fabrication in collaboration with various industrial partners that currently include IBM, NVIDIA, Qualcomm, CISCO Systems, Intel, GlobalFoundries, and ARM. The founder and head of ACTL is Prof. Shawn Blanton.

Advanced Chip Test Laboratory,

5000 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh,PA 15213-3890

Tel: 412.268.2987

Email: rblanton@andrew.cmu.edu

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