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 Li-C. Wang      

Li-C. Wang
Professor
Department of ECE
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-9560
Room 3161, Eng I.
licwang@ece                        

Biography

    Ph.D., Department of ECE, University of Texas at Austin, March 1996
    MSCS, Department of Computer Sciences, University of Texas at Austin, 1991


Research Interests

    Data mining and machine learning for VLSI test, diagnosis, validation and verification
   


Prior Academic & Industry Experiences

   Assistant/Associate Professor, Computer Engineering Group,
       Department of ECE, University of California -
       Santa Barbara, California, 2001-2009.
   Assistant Professor, Computer Engineering Group,
       Department of EE, Texas A&M University,
       College Station, Texas, Spring 1999 - Fall 2000.
    CAD Research Consultant, Test and Verification, PowerPC Design Team,
       Motorola, Austin, Texas, 1/1/1999 - 12/31/2000.
    CAD Research & Development, Tools and Methodologies, Somerset PowerPC   Design Center, Motorola, Austin, Texas, March 1996- Dec 1998.
    Member of Technical Staff, Mathematics Research Center,
       AT&T Bell Labs, Murray Hill, NJ, 1991-1995 summers



Honors & Awards

    SRC Technical Excellence Award 2010
    Best Panel Award, IEEE VLSI Test Symposium (VTS), 2003
   Best Paper Award, Design Automation and Test Conference in Europe, 2003
   Best Paper Award, IEEE VLSI Test Symposium (VTS), 1999
   Best Paper Award,  Design Automation and Test Conference in Europe, 1998
 
  Motorola Silver Quill Award
    SRC Graduate Fellowship, 1993-1996


Professional Services

   Co-founded the IEEE Microprocessor Test and Verification (MTV) Workshop. He has served and is currently serving in the program committee for various conferences, including ISQED, IEEE VTS, ITC, DATE, ICCD, ICCAD, IEEE HLDVT, IEEE ATS, VLSI-DAT, Design Con, IOLTS, etc.
MTV lab where you can find out more information about our research group

Courses: ECE 156A, 156B/255B

I no longer like to publicize my papers. When you get older, you realize papers don't mean anything if the work can't make a real impact.

So far, I have graduated 13 Ph.Ds, with 3 more in the next 6 months. The list shows where they are:

#1: Google (used to be Cadence)
#2: Synopsys
#3: Startup (used to be Google)
#4: EE dept, NCTU, Taiwan
#5: MIT business school
#6: Intel
#7: TPK Taiwan
#8: nVidia
#9: Intel
#10 Intel
#11: AMD
#12: Oracle
#13: Freescale

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