Author: Aparna Shrivastava


TxACE Promising Researcher Awards

TxACE offers multiple merit based awards to full time students who are interested in pursuing graduate studies in the areas related to the research focus of the center. These are available on a competitive basis during Fall semester. Depending on the qualifications of the applicants, awards range from $5,000 to $10,000 per year for the first two years of studies. Funds are allocated for the academic year and disbursed on a per-semester basis.
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TI Analog Excellence Graduate Fellowship Opportunity

TxACE offers the TI Analog Excellence Graduate Fellowship to a full-time graduate student who intends to pursue PhD research in analog circuit design and engineering at the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science.

Fellowship Benefits*
• $25,000 base stipend per year
• Research assistantship with additional stipends
• Full-time tuition and fee waiver
• Dedicated faculty support
• $70,000 estimated total award per year
• Award duration is three years

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2018 Texas Analog Center of Excellence Symposium

Annual TxACE Symposium, October 22, 2018

As electronics continue to bridge the gap between the analog real world and digital information infrastructure, the entire $400 billion per year integrated circuits industry is evolving into an analog-digital mixed signal industry. This one-day symposium will examine trends, emerging opportunities and key challenges in analog integrated circuits and systems, as well as related technologies.
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