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Interpret and implement Moore’s Law to include all aspects of heterogeneous systems and develop architectures, methodologies, designs, components, materials and manufacturable integration schemes, that will shrink system footprint and improve power and performance.

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Making More of Moore’s Law

UCLA researchers have a plan to redesign computer chips from the ground up to make smaller, cheaper, and more dynamic electronic devices. If you crack open any of the electronic devices you use on a daily basis— your phone, smartwatch, tablet, TV, instant pot or microwave— you’ll...

Semiconductor Engineering Article: Making microvias in packages; flexible fan-out.

Flexible fan-out At ECTC, the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) described more details about a fan-out wafer-level packaging integration process using a flexible substrate. In the works for some time, UCLA refers to its flexible substrate technology as FlexTrate. In its latest work, researches...

5 Most Popular T-CPMT Articles according to Xplore® usage statistics March 2019

3-D Printed Metal-Pipe Rectangular Waveguides Mario D’Auria ; William J. Otter ; Jonathan Hazell ; Brendan T. W. Gillatt ; Callum Long-Collins ; Nick M. Ridler ; Stepan Lucyszyn Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):1339-1349 An Electrohydrodynamic Jet Printing System With Metal Nanoparticle-Based Ink: Experimental...

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2019 UCLA CHIPS Workshop November 6, 2019

UCLA Luskin Conference Center

2019 International Microwave Symposium May 21, 2019

Boston, MA

iMAPS MiNaPAD Forum 2019 May 21, 2019

Distinguished Lecture: Packaging – When all else fails! Or Why I became a packaging Engineer

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