Research


CURRENT RESEARCH

“Fundamental Heat Dissipation Bounds for Brownian Circuits: Methodology and Applications TUBITAK Career Grant (3501), 2017-2019,  PI: Dr. Ilke Ercan 
“Fundamental Energy Limits for Microprocessors” Boğaziçi University Start-up Grant, 2017-2019, PI: Dr. Ilke Ercan 


PAST RESEARCH

Postdoctoral Research 
A Generalized Approach to Determining Fundamental Heat Dissipation Bounds for Nanoelectronic Circuits, and its Implications for Technology Assessment,” TU Darmstadt, 2015. Supervisors: Prof. Udo Schwalke and Prof. Alfred Nordmann.

Ph.D. Thesis Research
“Heat Dissipation Bounds for Nanocomputing: Methodology and Applications,” Ph.D., UMass Amherst, 2014. Advisor: Prof. Neal G. Anderson.

Graduate Research Projects 
“Nanocomputing Process and Artifacts: Fundamental Description and Physical-Information-Theoretic Assessment,” Nanoelectronics Theory and Simulation Laboratory, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, UMass Amherst, Fall 2009 - Fall 2014. PI: Prof. Neal G. Anderson.

"International Dimensions of Ethics Education in Science and Engineering", Science, Technology and Society Initiative, Political Science Department, UMass Amherst, Summer 2009. PI: Prof. Jane Fountain, Supervisor: Prof. MJ Peterson

eRulemaking Research, Qualitative Data Analysis Program Lab, Political Science  Department, UMass Amherst, Summer 2009. PI: Dr. Stuart Shulman

"Issue Adoption in Human Rights Advocacy Networks," Qualitative Data Analysis Program Lab, Political Science Department, UMass Amherst, Spring 2009. PI: Dr. R. Charli Carpenter, Supervisor: Dr. Stuart Shulman

"Quantum-Limited Capacity for a Class of Spread-Spectrum Electromagnetic Channels,"  Wireless Communication Center, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, UMass Amherst, Fall 2008 - Spring 2009. PI: Prof. Dennis L. Goeckel, Supervisor: Prof. Neal G. Anderson.

"Electronic Information Processing After Scaling: Physical Limits for Technology Assessment," Nanoelectronics Theory and Simulation Laboratory, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, UMass Amherst, Fall 2006 - Summer 2008. PI: Prof. Neal G. Anderson.

M.S. Thesis
“Electron Transport Properties and Accessible Information in Nanoscale Conductors by Microcanonical Approach,” M.S.E.C.E., UMass Amherst, 2008. Advisor: Prof. Neal G. Anderson.

Last Updated: July 10, 2017.