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October 12th, 2004
Science grant will help UT professor develop better chip software
An assistant professor of electrical engineering at the University of Texas has received a $400,000, five-year award to develop microchip software.
Michael Orshansky will use the National Science Foundation grant to develop software that accurately describes microchip behavior, as well as software for designing more reliable microchips.
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