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Honors and Awards

  1. IPSJ Yamashita SIG Research Award
    • August, 2015
    • Information Processing Society of Japan
    • Paper: Transistor-by-Transistor Characterization of Static and Dynamic Variations Using Topology-reconfigurable Monitor Circuit
  2. JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship for Overseas Researchers
    • Two years of fellowship, from 2015-2017
    • Withdrawn for position in the University of Tokyo
    • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
  3. IPSJ Computer Science Research Award for Young Scientists
    • August, 2014
    • IPSJ Computer Science Research Award for Young Scientists
    • Paper:
  4. Student Presentation Award
    • August, 2014
    • IPSJ Computer Science Research Award for Young Scientists
    • Paper:
  5. Yasujiro Niwa Outstanding Paper Award
    • February, 2014
    • Tokyo Denki University
    • Paper: Variation-sensitive Monitor Circuits for Estimation of Global Process Parameter Variation
  6. Student Design Contest Award
    • Novermber, 2013
    • IEEE Asian Solid State Circuits Conference
    • Paper: Reconfigurable Delay Cell for Area-efficient Implementation of On-chip MOSFET Monitor Schemes
  7. Outstanding Paper Award
    • August, 2014
    • Information Processing Society of Japan
    • Paper: An All-digital Built-in Self-adjustment Circuit for P/N-variation Compensation
  8. Student Presentation Award
    • August, 2014
    • Information Processing Society of Japan
    • Paper: An All-digital Built-in Self-adjustment Circuit for P/N-variation Compensation
  9. Research Fellowship for Young Scientists
    • April, 2013 - March, 2015
    • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
  10. IEEE SSCS Japan Chapter VDEC Design Award, August 2012
    • August, 2012
    • VLSI Design and Education Center, Tokyo
    • For designing a chip with built-in self-adjustment technique
  11. IEEE Kansai Section Outstanding Student Paper Award, December 2011
    • December, 2011
    • IEEE Kansai Section
    • Paper: Variation-sensitive Monitor Circuits for Estimation of Die-to-Die Process Variation
  12. Hatayama Memorial Award
    • March, 2007
    • The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
    • For excellent results obtained at Oita National College of Technology