2013 U.S. PhD Fellowship and Early Career Faculty Honor Program Awardees

Intel Labs is pleased to announce the 2013 U.S. awardees of its PhD Fellowship Program and its Early Career Faculty Honor Program. These programs seek to find the top PhD students and the top early career faculty at leading U.S. universities through a competitive and rigorous selection process. The recipients of these awards are an elite group who represent the future thought leaders in their respective areas of research. Please join us in congratulating this year’s awardees!

2013 U.S. Early Career Faculty Honor Program Awardees

Joshua Blumenstock

Joshua Blumenstock

University of Washington
Understanding the social and economic impacts of technology

Lara Dolecek

Lara Dolecek

University of California, Los Angeles
Data storage and processing system design

Muhannad Bakir

Muhannad Bakir

Georgia Institute of Technology
Novel architecture-driven interconnect technologies

Vijay Janapa Reddi

Vijay Janapa Reddi

University of Texas at Austin
Hardware/software co-design

Christopher Batten

Christopher Batten

Cornell University
Energy efficient parallel computer architecture

Melissa Mazmanian

Melissa Mazmanian

University of California, Irvine
Ethnographic research investigating the future of work

 Joe Devietti

Joseph Devietti

University of Pennsylvania
Programmability challenges raised by multicore architectures

Naveen Verma

Naveen Verma

Princeton University
Sensing systems that require substantial embedded computation

Zhengya Zhang

Zhengya Zhang

University of Michigan
Low-power and high-performance VLSI circuits and systems

2013 U.S. PhD Fellowship Program Awardees

Yoongu Kim

Yoongu Kim

Carnegie Mellon University
SALP: A Novel Substrate for Enhancing Main Memory

Daniel Lustig

Daniel Lustig

Princeton University
Synchronized Directed Data Communication

Aditya Agrawal

Aditya Agrawal 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Low power Computer Architecture

Anca Dragan

Anca Dragan 

Carnegie Mellon University
Enabling Physical Systems to Collaborate with their Users

Bharan Giridhar

Bharan Giridhar

University of Michigan
Circuit Techniques for Adaptive and Reliable, High-Performance Computing

Alvin Cheung

Alvin Cheung 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Making Database Applications Perform Using Program Analysis

Brett Jones

Brett Jones

University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign
Interactive Experiences that Seamlessly Merge the Virtual and Physical with Projection Mapping

Yuliya Kuznetsova

Yuliya Kuznetsova

University of California – San Diego
Transport of indirect excitons in coupled quantum wells

Joshua McVeigh-Schultz

Joshua McVeigh-Schultz

University of Southern California
Redesigning the Rituals of Liveness: Representational Animism and Living Data Objects

Peter Henry

Peter Henry

University of Washington
Using Depth Cameras for Dense 3D Modeling of Indoor Environments and Objects

Biswajeet Guha

Biswajeet Guha 

Cornell University
Engineering Thermal Properties of Silicon Nanophotonic Structures

Nicole Thomas

Nicole Thomas 

University of Washington
Hybrid GaP/diamond photonic networks for quantum information processing

Benjamin Cook

Benjamin Cook

Georgia Institute of Technology
A Multi-Layer Inkjet Printing Process for mm-Wave Microwave Circuits, Antennas, and Wireless Sensors

Hong-Yu (Henry) Chen

Hong-Yu (Henry) Chen

Stanford University
3D Vertical RRAM Architecture and Electrode/Oxide Interface Engineering for Future Mass Storage

Siva Thyagarajan

Siva Thyagarajan 

University of California – Berkeley
Energy-Efficient Power Amplification for Wireless Interconnects at mm-Wave/Sub-Terahertz Frequencies