Computer engineering professor and Earl and Carolyn Glimp Professor of Engineering, James Stine, has been awarded the first phase of a three year, $1,504,372 research grant from the United States Air Force to design low-energy, high performance, application-specific computer architecture for 14nm and 7nm CMOS.
The award is part of the Air Force’s Future Autonomous Battlespace RF w/Integrated Communications (FABRIC) Project, which is a transformative communication program appropriate for Access/Area Denial environments. The overall goal is to provide combat-ready, cyber-hardened, power efficient, embedded computer architectures.
“We are grateful for the support from the Air Force Research Laboratory and the Department of Defense,” said Stine. “This grant will enable my laboratory to advance computer architecture and VLSI design, as well as help us explore areas in low-power strategies for application-specific implementations. I also believe that this opportunity will continue the tradition of excellence that Oklahoma State University exudes.”
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