Yan Solihin has just been inducted into the Hall of Fame for the International Symposium on Computer Architecture with the acceptance of his seventh and eighth papers on the subject.
Memory modules using Intel’s 3D XPoint technology are arriving, and engineers at NC State have already figured out how to speed them up with a new method.
Inc., a national outlet focused on innovation news, outlines ‘Why Raleigh Will Be the Next Startup Hub.’ NC State’s Centennial Campus, its industry partnerships, and entrepreneurship assets, are cited in the city’s rise as a top startup hub.
Spotlight Q&A: Dr. Subhashish BhattacharyaJuly 16, 2018 | FREEDM
Dr. Battacharya recently talked with FREEDM industry member Typhoon HIL and discussed how Controller Hardware-in-the-Loop (C-HIL) reduced the cycle time of design, validation, and testing of DC Microgrid controllers from academia to industry.
How to build a solar powered EV? SolarPack has some stylish answersJuly 9, 2018 | Clean Technica
When some students at North Carolina State University decided to enter the American Solar Challenge — a biennial race for solar powered cars — they knew they would be up against some fierce competition from students at other colleges and universities. Typically, the cars that enter are little more than go-karts with a few solar panels held in place with cable ties. But Byron Sells, who began the solar car challenge at NCSU, wanted more than a car that would limp across the finish line as the wheels fell off. “I told the team, ‘Let’s make something compelling that the consumer actually wants to buy,’” he says.
Researchers Invent a Way to Speed Intel’s 3D XPoint Computer MemoryJune 13, 2018 | IEEE Spectrum
Memory modules using Intel’s 3D XPoint technology are on their way, and researchers at NC State ECE have already figured out how to make them better