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Yu Bai, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Email: ybai at fullerton dot edu
Office: E-412
Tel: (657)-278-5359
Computer Engineering Program
College of Engineering and Computer Science
California State University, Fullerton
CFPwebsite

Brief Biography

Dr. Yu Bai is an Associate Professor in the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the California State University, Fullerton. He earned his Ph.D. degree from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Central Florida. Prior his academic career, he had been at Siemens Energy Inc., working on data analysising. His research interests include Artificial Intelligence (AI), embeded hardware, neuromorphic computing, nano-scale computing system with novel silicon and post-silicon devices, and low power digital and mixed-signal CMOS circuit design.

News

  • Dr. Bai's research using Artificial Intelligence to Improve Academic Performance in STEM has been selected as Winning 'Idea' for Imagining the Future of Undergraduate STEM Education by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) Link

  • Dr. Bai receives $418,675 funding from Army Research Office to develop an Efficient AI System Link

  • Dr. Bai receives $1.5M funding from National Science Foundaation (NSF) to improve undergraduate STEM EducationLink

    Current Lab Member

    Alex Range, Undergraduate Sophomore
    Lucas Walcher, Undergraduate Senior
    Francisco Arevalo, Undergraduate Senior
    Marcos Reyes, Undergraduate Senior
    Leonardo Pedraza, Undergraduate Senior
    John Gawlik, Undergraduate Senior
    Abraar Khan Undergraduate Sophomore

    Visiting Lab Member

    Carlye Favella, Golden West College
    Aimee Guzman, Santa Ana College
    Maria Moreno Lopez, Santiago Canyon College

    Lab Alumni

    John Gawlik, B.S. in Computer Engineering
    Currently Engineer at Department of Defense (DOD) Research Lab, USA.

    Ashkan Samiee, M.S. in Computer Engineering
    Currently Ph.D. Canidate at University of California, Los Angeles, CA, USA.

    Azadeh Famili, M.S. in Computer Engineering
    Currently Ph.D. Canidate at Clemson University, SC, USA.

    Payal Borulkar, M.S. in Computer Engineering
    Currently Desgin Engineer at Google, Mountain View, CA, USA.

    Jonathan Schinowsky, B.S. in Computer Engineering
    Currently Engineer at Department of Defense (DOD) Research Lab, USA.

    Teaching

    Fall 2018
    EGCP 456 - Introduction to Logic Design in Nanotechnology
    EGCP 446 - Advanced Digital Design using Verilog HDL
    EGCP 463 - Current Topics in Computer Engineering: Evolvable Hardware
    EGCP 281 - Designing with VHDL

    Spring 2018
    EGCP 541 - Mix-Signal IC Design
    EGCP 556 - Advanced Nanoelectronics

    Fall 2017
    EGCP 280 - Microcontrollers
    EGCP 446 - Advanced Digital Design using Verilog HDL
    EGCP 463 - Current Topics in Computer Engineering: Evolvable Hardware

    Spring 2017
    EGCP 556-02 - Advanced Nanoelectronics
    EGCP 556-03 - Advanced Nanoelectronics
    EGCP 463 - Current Topics in Computer Engineering: Evolvable Hardware

    Fall 2016
    EGCP 542 - VLSI Testing and Design for Testability
    EGCP 446 - Advanced Digital Design using Verilog HDL
    EGCP 456 - Introduction to Logic Design in Nanotechnology

    Student Assistant Position Available

    Dr. Bai is recruiting high-quality undergraduate and graduate students with stipend in the Computer Engineering Program. The financial support is considered after a certain prbationary period. Recruited students are expected to work in the areas of Bio-inspired algorithm, artificial neural network, emerging devices, FPGA design, and mix-signal circuits.
    Candidates are expected to have solid background in one of the following areas:
    1) VLSI circuit design;
    2) Circuit similation tools (hspice, cadence);
    3) Nano-technology and/or cross-layer design (architecture/ circuit/ device);
    4) FPGA design (verilog, VHDL);
    5) Bio-inspired algorithm;
    6) Machine Learning;
    Preference will be given to creative and self-motivated candidates. If you are interested, please send your resume to ybai at fullerton at edu, or drop by office at E-412.

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    This page was last modified on 12/15/2017.