ASU designing microelectronics platforms for the future
Professor Daniel Bliss and his team at ASU’s Center for Wireless Information Systems and Computational Architecture are developing a new platform for high-performance processors that are more power efficient and easier to use. Other work involves producing new and improved variations of the microprocessors that are the foundations most modern electronics. Through these and related projects led by Bliss, a faculty member in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, part of the Fulton Schools, ASU researchers are making progress that will impact a wide range of engineering and science pursuits in space exploration, communication and navigation systems, autonomous vehicles, health sensors. augmented reality and more.