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Wang Selected for Prominent Taiwanese Research Scholarship

Atlanta, GA
ECE Ph.D. Candidate Weichun Wang

ECE Ph.D. Candidate Weichun Wang 

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Weichun (Johnson) Wang has been selected for the 2022 Taiwan Government Scholarship to Study Abroad (GSSA). Wang is a Ph.D. candidate in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). He is a member of the Gigascale Reliable Energy-Efficient Nanosystem (GREEN) Lab and is advised Saibal Mukhopadhyay, a Joseph M. Pettit Professor in ECE.

The scholarship is in recognition of Wang’s research, “A 28nm High Frequency 8T SRAM Computation-In-Memory Macro for Machine Learning.” His research explores computing architectures and circuit designs that can implement complex dynamics and solve computationally challenging problems.

The GSSA is a prestigious research award for Ph.D. students of Taiwanese origin and aims to support international studies. This highly competitive award is given to only 14 students each year. The award considers several factors, including innovation in research work, milestones, publications, transcripts, institution ranking, and recommendation letters.

Last revised September 30, 2022