Three new NSF-funded centers on campus

By Anna Carrera | acarrera@wcia.com Published 08/04 2016 06:44PM Updated 08/04 2016 06:44PM UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS — Three new campus centers are now getting money from the National Science Foundation. Researchers say they’re excited to get to work. With the state money situation the way it is, they say they’re grateful for grant money. Elyse Rosenbaum is the principal investigator for the new Center for Advanced Electronics through Machine Learning. They work on designs for electronic circuits. There are billions of parts to some of their pieces, so she says it’s important to make sure things run as well as they can. They plan to develop new ways to test out models, using research from machine learning. Rosenbaum says the fact that three new centers are based…


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