Fayetteville has been growing more and more each year and with growth comes attention. The 2016 U.S News and World Report ranked the best places to live in the U.S. and Fayetteville, Arkansas came in third on the list.
The University of Arkansas recently honored Dr. Mantooth as one of its Top 15 in 2015 class of research award recipients at a ceremony in the School of Laws Norma Lea Beasley Entrance Hall.
Alan Mantooth, Distinguished Professor of electrical engineering and the Twenty-First Century Endowed Chair in Mixed-Signal IC Design and CAD, is the University of Arkansas recipient of the 2015 Southeastern Conference Faculty Achievement Award.
A team led by Arkansas Power Electronics International has won a 2014 R&D 100 award for the development of a battery charger for the Toyota Prius. A collaborative research partnership, the project includes four other entities — Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America Inc., the National Center for Reliable Electric Power Transmission, an academic research center based at the University of Arkansas; Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Cree Inc.
Engineering researchers at the University of Arkansas have designed integrated circuits that can survive at temperatures greater than 350° C—or roughly 660° F. Their work, funded by the National Science Foundation, will improve the functioning of processors, drivers, controllers and other analog and digital circuits used in power electronics, automobiles and aerospace equipment—all of which must perform at high and often extreme temperatures.
The University of Arkansas had two papers presented at the international Conference on High Temperature Electronics (HiTEC 2014), May 13-15th in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The MSCAD group is pleased to announce three new papers in the fifth issues of IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics for 2014, now available online.