The following students primarily contributed to the success of the HARP group.
Jason Genz and Michael Rajzer: worked on FPGA based Cellular Nonlinear Network Realizations. Contributed a paper to the CNN special session at the 2015 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS).
Grace Whitemore and Wyatt Starck: worked on Nonlinear circuits, under the "umbrella" of HARP. Contributed a paper to the 2015 IEEE Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS).
Scott Ambelang. Interned at Johnson Controls and Rockwell Automation. Started full-time at Qualcomm Inc. (San Diego) in Fall 2013 Paper : IEEE ISCAS 2012.
Chris Feilbach. Interned at NVidia in Summer 2012. Started CS PhD program at UW Madison in Fall 2013 (four-year funding). Paper : 2012 Chaos and Complex Systems Symposium.
Andrew Przybylski. Interned at Johnson Controls. Started full-time at Johnson Controls in Fall 2013. Paper : 2012 Chaos and Complex Systems Symposium.
Cory Respalje. Interned at Rockwell Automation. Started full-time at Rockwell Collins in Fall 2013 (Cedar Rapids, Iowa).
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