Prof. Shimeng Yu is elevated to the IEEE Fellow (Class of 2024) for contributions to non-volatile memories and in-memory computing. The nomination came through the Electron Devices Society (EDS) with the support from the Circuits and Systems Society (CASS) and Council on Electronic Design Automation (CEDA).
Prof. Yu is promoted to the rank of full professor by Georgia Tech Board of Regents, see the news here:
Our lab has 3~5 PhD position openings for Fall 2024. We look for prospective students with research interests in semiconductor devices and integrated circuits, with an emphasis in device modeling, reliability characterization, chip design and tape-out, 3D heterogeneous integration and advanced packaging, software and hardware co-design for AI hardware. Please send me your resume and cover letter for evaluation and apply the Georgia Tech ECE PhD program before the application deadline in mid-December.
Our lab has one postdoc opening for Spring or Summer 2024. We look for prospective candidate with research interests in semiconductor devices with an emphasis in cleanroom nanofabrication experiences.
Our lab does not accept or host international visiting students or remote interns.
Our lab will regularly host the visiting engineers from our industry sponsors.
Due to the high volume of inquiry, I may not reply to your email if your background does not fit with our on-going research projects.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, Prof. Shimeng Yu has been invited for the many virtual presentations at various conferences. If you are interested in the recent trends in RRAM, ferroelectric memories, and in-memory computing, please check this Youtube channel for recorded talks.