Advanced Electronic Technology Center

Grants


Research Grants (Past 12 years-Starting with the most recent)

Academic Year 2014-15

  • "Design of Novel Solar Cells," GUK, $27,500 (2014).

Academic Year 2012-13

  • "Design of Novel Solar Cells," Undisclosed grantor, $6,000 (2012).
  • "Cellular Phone with Biometric Support," Private Grant, $34,000 (2013).
  • NSF grant awarded on Coordinated Advance Reservation for Grid over Optical Networks (CARGONET) (2 Open Ph.D. Positions).

Academic Year 2010-11

  • "Mobile Fingerprint System" National Institute of Justice, Research Grant Award $102,635.00 (2010)
  • "US-Turkey Partnership in Research and Education on Assistive Technology (Workshop)," National Science Foundation (PI) $47,000 (2010)
  • NSF grant awarded on Bridging Reliability Analysis and Reality in Sensor Systems: Theories and Applications (PI: Dr. Xing) (1 Open Ph.D. Position), Aug 2011. 

Academic Year 2009-10

  • “Mobile Fingerprint Capture," National Institute of Justice, Research Grant Award- $354,357 (2009)
  • "Multi-Probe Wide-Temperature Parameter Analysis System for Low-Voltage Low-Noise Measurements," Defense University Research Instrumentation Program $58,000 (2009)
  • "Multi-Probe Wide-Temperature Parameter Analysis System for Low-Voltage Low-Noise Measurements," MRI: National Science Foundation (PI) $107,000. (2009)

Academic Year 2008-09

  • “Fabrication of BJT with Quantum Well Emitter and Quantum Well Base," TYCO ELECTRONICS, $35,683 (2008)
  • "Low Frequency Noise Characterization of HEMTs," TYCO ELECTRONICS, $21,737, (2008)
  • "Patterning the 50nm Gate of HEMT," MACOM, $35,657, (2009)
  • "Reliability of GaAs Flip Chip Attachement Technology," MACOM , $44,000, (2009)

Academic Year 2007-08

  • “Design of Novel HEMTs," MACOM, $33,511 (2007)
  • "Room Temperature Ballistic Terahertz Circuits," Office of Naval Research , $455,000, (2007)
  • "Terahertz Ballistic Electronics for Space Applications," Air Force Office of Science and Research, $400,000, (2007)
  • "Fabrication and Testing of RF BiSTs," NXP Semiconductors, $50,000, (2007)
  • “AETC transistor technology," MACOM, $30,644 (2008) 
  • “Transistor with Razor Gate," MACOM, $35,683 (2008)
  • “Atomic Force Microscope, Probe-500," MACOM, $250,000 (2008)
  • "PLL DFX," Intel Corporation, $150,000 (2008)
  • "Nanoscale Devices based on Graphene Synthesis," CHN, $40,000, (2008)
  • "Reliability Testing and Failure Analysis of Compound Seminconductors," Raytheon, $27,000, (2008)
  • "Failure Analysis Techniques and Yield Enhancement in Complex Integrated Circuits," Analog Devices, undisclosed, (2008)

Academic Year 2006-07

  • “Design and Fabrication of HEMT with Field Plates," MACOM, $32,319 (2006)
  • “Research in High Performance Nanoelectronics," New York State Office of Science, Technology and Academic Research, $100,000 (2006)
  • "NIRT: Utilization of Ballistic Deflection Phenomena for Room Temperature Devices and Circuitry," National Science Foundation, $1,100,000 (2006)
  • “Design and Fabrication of HEMT with Field Plates," MACOM, $33,061 (2007)

Academic Year 2005-06

  • “Commercialization of IR Imaging for Bio-Medical Applications," NCIIA award $25,000, (2005). 
  • DENSO Corporation (Japan) - gift $15,000 (2005). 
  • “Initial Phase of Commercialization of New Transistor Technology," MTTC award $5,000 (2006). 
  • “Development of IR Mammography," UMass CVIP award $20,000 (2006).
  • "Novel Transistor Technology," MTTC award $40,000(2006).
  • "High breakdown voltage HEMT," MA/COM $32,319 (2006).
  • "Bipolar Transistor with Quantum Well base," MA/COM $17,000 (2006)

Academic Year 2004-05

  • "Room Temperature Ballistic Terahertz Transistor," Office of Naval Research, $406,169, 2004
  • "Failure Analysis and Optoelectronic BIST Design for Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers," Corning/Center for Electronic Imaging Systems, $40,000, 2004
  • HP S-paramters measuring system," MA/COM, $80,000,2005

Academic Year 2003-04

  • "1/f Noise measurements", MA/COM, $6,000,2003
  • "Thermal Energy Power Generation Utilizing Microscopic Wave-Guides," Office of Naval Research, $98,774, 2003
  • "Non-Intrusive Signal Analysis of Embedded Multi-GHz RF Circuits," Semiconductor Research Corporation, $150,000, 2003