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TI collaborates with University of Texas at Dallas to improve wafer production efficiency-applying big data approaches to test data

TxACE Doctoral Fellowships

Samsung Demos a Tablet Controlled by Your Brain

Most Read Article in November JSSC by TxACE Prof Y. Chiu

TxACE Researcher Collaborates on
Soldier Rehabilitation Technology

State-of-the-Art Labs Open

TxACE Awards Nearly $1.7 Million

TxACE Researcher's Biochips Move Toward Commercialization

New Research Facility Launched

TxACE Awards $690,000

Associate Director Named

New TxACE Logo

Biomedical Workshop Held

TxACE Funds 11 Projects

TxACE Director Named

Governor Launches TxACE

TxACE and Agilent Launch New Research Facility
3/31/10: A new analog technology facility will focus on emerging high-frequency semiconductors that have advanced scanning and imaging capabilities.

Analog Researchers Awarded Nearly $700,000
2/18/10: TxACE has awarded researchers $690,000 to pursue four projects intended to produce higher-efficiency lighting,  advanced imaging technology and new generations of sensor technology.

Texas Instruments Hiring 250 for New Plant
9/29/09: TI Chairman Rich Templeton and TxACE Director Ken O comment on TI’s new analog semiconductor manufacturing plant.

Researchers Bullish on Biomedical Electronics
9/28/09: Dozens of biomedical electronics experts convened at UT Dallas to discuss the future of the field and lay the groundwork for a call for proposals for up to $3 million in research awards in the discipline.

Analog Research Center Awards Almost $3 Million
8/10/09: The Texas Analog Center of Excellence at UT Dallas has awarded nearly $3 million to Texas researchers to develop analog technology that enhances public safety and security.

Expert on Analog Electronics to Join UT Dallas
2/3/09: A leading authority in the field of analog electronics, Dr. Kenneth K. O has been named director of the Texas Analog Center of Excellence, where he plans “to help shape the landscape for research in analog electronics.”

UT Dallas to House Cutting-Edge Analog Design Center
10/15/08: Texas Governor Rick Perry has announced a $16 million collaboration among academia, industry and government to create the Texas Analog Center of Excellence.