Shawn Blanton is awarded the Career Award from the National Science Foundation for the development of a testing methodology for microelectromechanical systems.
Shawn Blanton is invited participant of the NAE’s Frontiers of Engineering. The Frontiers of Engineering program brings together, through three-day meetings, a select group of emerging engineering leaders from industry, academe, and government labs to discuss pioneering technical work and leading edge research in various engineering fields and industry sectors.
Student Rao Desineni wins Top-16 award at the 2000 Semiconductor Research Corporation’s Technology Conference (TECHCON). See the ECE news story here.
Students Kumar Dwarakanath, Noppanunt Utamaphethai and Rao Desineni win Best-in-Session awards at the 2000 Semiconductor Research Corporation’s Technology Conference (TECHCON). See the ECE news story here.
Shawn Blanton elevated to Senior Member of the IEEE.
Student Jason Brown wins best talk at the IEEEInternational Test Synthesis Workshop for his presentation: “Testing the NanoFabric”.
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.