The 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.
ACTL Ph.D student Soumya won the Ph.D. Forum competition at the 2019 IEEE European Test Symposium
ACTL Ph.D. student Danielle won first place in the CSAW'19 logic locking conquest hosted by NYU
ACTL Ph.D. student Danielle received an honorable mention on her poster for the 2019 WISE workshop held at HOST.
ACTL Ph.D. student Danielle received the Michel and Kathy Doreau Graduate Fellowship in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the ECE department at CMU.
ACTLers reunion in Singapore
ACTL Ph.D. student Cuong Nguyen wins the Best Poster Award (PhD Category) at the SIMTech Student Poster Symposium 2019 with his research work "Correlated Bayesian Co-training for Virtual Metrology".
ACTL Ph.D students Qicheng Huang and Chenlei Fang receive 2019 Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship
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.