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Gerald Lopez Ph.D. (M9) Earns Degree from Georgia Institute of Technology

Dr. Gerald Lopez (M9) '01, computer engineering, recently earned a Ph.D. from Georgia Institute of Technology with a degree in electrical and computer engineering in the field of On-Chip Interconnect Process Variations.

Dr. Lopez' research fabricated nanoscopic metallic wires used for electrical testing, modeling and industry projection.

Posted by Stanyell Bruce on February 1, 2010 3:27 PM |

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