Month: December 2010

State-of-the-Art Labs Open

The Texas Analog Center of Excellence has opened its new 8,000-square-foot labs, paving the way for the $16 million research center’s continued growth.

“One of the things we want to accomplish with this facility is to bring together people from diverse backgrounds to develop technology that people working in one particular discipline couldn’t come up with on their own,” said Dr. Kenneth K. O, director of TxACE and holder of the Texas Instruments Distinguished Chair at UT Dallas, where he is a professor of electrical engineering.

“So we’re going to have not only analog circuit designers but also physicists and bioengineers and others here,” he added, “and we want them all to work together to come up with solutions to some of the great challenges the world faces today.” (more…)