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2003 May Issue 3

RLE Pursues the Optical Clock
Erich P. Ippen at the New Limits of Precision

Multidisciplinary Initiative
the DoD MURI program and RLE

Rising Stars
Oxenham and Sugiyama

Students at the Forefront
The Helen Carr Peake Research Prize

Computational Prototyping
an interview with Jacob K. White

Introducing a New Professor
Luca Daniel joins RLE

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Luca Daniel joins RLE
2003 May Issue 3

Luca Daniel
Luca Daniel

Luca Daniel, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, joined the MIT faculty and RLE's Computational Prototyping Group this spring. Daniel received an MS (Laurea) in electronic engineering from the Universita’ di Padova in 1996 and a PhD in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of California, Berkeley, in 2003. In addition to these academic activities, Daniel has had research interactions with industry leaders such as ST-Microelectronics, Hewlett-Packard, and Cadence, as well as serving as visiting scientist in RLE. Daniel brings to RLE substantial expertise in numerical simulation. His research interests include simulation techniques for high frequency electromagnetic effects on integrated circuits and packages, noise immune design methodology for next-generation integrated circuits in the tens of GHz range, modeling and design methodology for analog circuits, and simulation and computer aided design for microelectromechanical systems, power electronics, and optoelectronics. Many of his current research initiatives involve investigating the problem of high frequency electromagnetic effects on the development of integrated circuit design techniques for large scales of integration.


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