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Alyosha Molnar Cornell ECE

Our group works primarily in a space encompassing integrated circuits for RF, computational imaging, and bioelectrical interfaces under the direction of Dr. Alyosha Molnar. As a result, we have had to develop a range of expertise, from signal processing algorithms to systems architecture to transistor-level circuits to opto-electronic device physics to wet biology (and especially neurobiology). This broad range of interests is rooted in core expertise in radio communications circuits and sensory (and especially visual) neuroscience. One of the great things about interdisciplinary research is that reveals fundamental similarities across problems, and so spurs new interdisciplinary research in unexpected directions. We are often confused, but rarely bored.

Alyosha Molnar Cornell ECEAlyosha Molnar Cornell ECE

Recent News and Awards:

  • Suren receives the 2015 Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship award!
  • Suren receives the 2015 Cornell ECE Outstanding PhD TA award!
  • Suren, Sriram, and Al win the Best Paper Award for “A Switchable Light Field Camera Architecture using Angle Sensitive Pixels and Dictionary-based Sparse Coding” at ICCP 2014!
  • Changhyuk wins the 2013 Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship award!
  • Suren receives the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship in 2013!
  • Al receives the 2012 NSF CAREER award!
  • Albert receives the 2012 Cornell ECE Outstanding PhD Thesis Award!
  • Albert, Patrick, and Al win the 2011 ISSCC Lewis Outstanding Paper Award for “An Angle Sensitive CMOS Imager for Single-Sensor 3D Photographs”!
  • Albert wins 2nd place for best student paper at IEEE Sensors 2011 for “Phase-based 3D Optical Flow Sensors for Motion┬áDetection”
  • Changhyuk gets honorable mention for best paper award for IEEE ISCAS for “Self-Quenching, Forward-bias-reset for Single Photon Avalanche Detectors in 1.8V, 0.18um process”.
  • Albert and Caroline are finalists for the 2010 TSMC Outstanding Student Research award!
  • Albert wins best poster at IEEE Sensors 2010 for “Fluorescent Imaging and Localization with Angle Sensitive Pixel Arrays in Standard CMOS”!