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Dr. Bharat Bhuva’s presentation at the 2017 meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Boston, on Friday, February 17, has been gaining attention from online consumer electronics magazines. His presentation was quoted by Electronic Component News, in their article “Particles from Outer Space Are Wreaking Low-Grade Havoc On Personal Electronics.” Dr....... KEEP READING
Posted on Monday, February 20th, 2017 in Related News | Tags: Alles, Bhuva, Cosmic Ray, Kauppila, Massengill, Reed, Schrimpf, SEU, Single-Event Comments Off on Cloudy with a Chance of Solar Flares: Quantifying the Risk of Space Weather
Dr. Lloyd Massengill, Director of Engineering at the Institute for Space and Defense Electronics (ISDE), will be giving an invited talk on Technology Scaling and Soft Error Reliability at the 2012 IEEE International Reliability Physics Symposium. The paper discusses several attributes of integrated circuit scaling in relation to radiation soft error failure modes and vulnerability. The influence of ionizing...... KEEP READING
Posted on Thursday, April 12th, 2012 in News | Tags: Electronics, ISDE, Massengill, Radiation Effects, Single-Event, Soft Error, Technology Scaling Comments Off on Technology Scaling and Soft Error Reliability – IRPS 2012 Invited Talk by Dr. Lloyd Massengill
Dr. Lloyd W. Massengill is Director of Engineering at the Institute for Space and Defense Electronics and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Vanderbilt University. He has worked for 20 years in the area of radiation effects modeling and hardened circuit design for space and strategic systems. Prof. Massengill has lead teams in rad-hard...... KEEP READING
Article on radiation effects published Fall of 2009 in Vanderbilt’s Engineering Magazine. Resisting Radiation As electronics advance, so do radiation effects and reliability research. By JoAnne Lamphere Beckham, BA’62 How do you design a sunscreen for a computer chip? For that matter, why would you need to? Lloyd Massengill, professor of electrical engineering and computer...... KEEP READING