The Cornell Chronicle recently ran an article about Professor Molnar’s research with student, Hazal Yüksel.
Two-way communication requires, of course, both send and receive capabilities. But putting them in the same device requires a filter between the send and receive circuits to provide signal isolation.
Without a significant filter, communication would be impossible. “Your transmit signal is 1014 times stronger than your receive signal,” said Alyosha Molnar, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering (ECE). “That’s 100 trillion times stronger – that’s a really hard problem.” Read More.
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Our CVPR 2016 paper “ASP Vision”, presentation slides, and code is now available! Check it out here! Also click here to watch a video of our talk at CVPR.
Lab alumni Dr. Dong Yang and Dr. Caroline Andrews along with Al receive the 2016 Circuits and Systems Society Darlington Best Paper Award for “Optimized Design of N-Phase Passive Mixer-First Receivers in Wideband Operation,” IEEE TCAS-I, Nov 2015” !
Suren receives 2nd place in Cornell’s 3MT (Three Minute Thesis) Competition!
Rose receives CNF Annual Meeting Best Poster Award (2015)!
New Code/Data available for our 3DV 2015 Depth Fields paper – check it out here
Rose is the Diversity Programs in Engineering Graduate Student Leader of the Year (2014-2015)!
Rose becomes a Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility (CNF) Fellow (2015)!
Mel receives the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship in 2015!
Suren receives the 2015 Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship award!