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3 UCR Students Participated in the NSF IRES Program @ UCR

3 UCR Students Participated in the NSF IRES Program @ UCR
Three UCR students, David Kwak (EE Ph.D. student), Thom Eguia (CE Junior) and Curtis Yu (CE Junior), have participated in the International Research Experience for Students (IRES) program funded by National Science Foundation. The IRES program provides unique international research experiences for US students. The IRES program at UCR supports the collaborative research between UCR’s Mixed-Signal Nanometer VLSI Research Lab, directed by Prof. Sheldon Tan and the Electronic Design Automation Lab (EDA) at Tsinghua University.  The three students with faculty mentor Prof. Sheldon Tan spent one month in Tsinghua University to jointly work on advanced nanometer circuit simulation and modeling techniques. In addition to the laboratory research, US students had chances to participate in many social and culture events provided by Tsinghua University. 
More detailed information about the IRES program and the student summer 2007 activities can be found at This program will be offered annually until 2009. It is open to both UCR undergraduate and graduate students. Please contact Prof. Sheldon Tan for future information about this international research program.
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