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New Dean Bernhard Leads ND Research Merz Named AAAS Fellow
NSF Career Awards Kareem Receives Int'l Nod Laneman Wins PECASE
2007 Teaching Awards ND Storm Tracker Another Patent
Huang Receives Fulbright Award Corke Receives Research Award CSR taps Izaguirre
SWE Honors Pieronek ND Hosts EMC-DRC Conferences IEEE Honors Liu
"Straight on 'til Morning" Bioengineering Ph.D. at ND Brennecke Wins Prausnitz Award
Learning from the Best Maziar Promoted Nanotechnology on Emerald Isle
Engineering Structures Faculty Promotions/Anniversaries New Faculty
General Salute The Green Party Face Recognition Report Released

Another Patent

A United States utility patent, No. 7,185,150, for “Self-contained Mobile, Memory Programming” was issued to Peter M. Kogge, the Ted H. McCourtney Professor of Computer Science and Engineering and Associate Dean for Research. (He holds more than 35.) It covers a new class of computer architectures where computation occurs in the memory rather than in the microprocessor.

Kogge graduated from the University in 1968 with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. Prior to returning to Notre Dame in 1994, he worked in the Federal Systems Division of IBM, served as an IBM Fellow, and was also an adjunct professor at the State University of New York at Binghamton.