ECE Student Wins Prestigious Award for Circuits Technology

Electrical and computer engineering doctoral student Jack Hsue has received a prestigious award for his research in solid-state circuits technology.

Hsue received the Analog Devices (ADI) Outstanding Student Designer Award at the 2018 International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) this month.He is the first Ohio State student to receive the honor.

Solid-state electronic devices are part of everyday technology, from radios and amplifiers, to LED computer monitors and TV remote controls. Hsue, who works with electrical and computer engineering Assistant Professor Vanessa Chen, focuses his research on bio-inspired computing with next-generation massive storage. He explores algorithms and architectures to build low-power, energy-efficient computationally intelligent analog-to-digital converters in solid-state electronic devices.