ECE Faculty: CoE Ted Kennedy Family Team Excellence Award
This award is for production of an extraordinary and significant piece of work by a team of at least two faculty from current or recent collaboration in teaching or research at the College of Engineering.
This team was awarded in 2010 for their efforts in establishing the University of Michigan as a world-renowned research center in the area of microelectromechancial systems and integrated microsystems.
This team was awarded in 2009 for their efforts in bringing the University of Michigan into the forefront as a world-class research center in low-power computing. Team members are engaged in research from circuits to architectures that is laying the groundwork for advances in mobile and reduced power computing.
This team was awarded in 2003 for their work on self-organized epitaxy and quantum dot (QD) optoelectronic devices, which has had an impact on the entire field of nanophotonics.
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