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Liquid Silicon

Software written by Jing Li, right, and her students – including Jialiang Zhang, left – allows programmers to directly use existing coding languages with the new Liquid Silicon chips. STEPHANIE PRECOURT/UW-MADISON COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

 

Using a top-of-the-line probing station combined with their own testing platform, Jing Li, left and her students – Jialiang Zhang, center and Yue Zha, right – can diagnose reliability problems in their new computer chips. STEPHANIE PRECOURT/UW-MADISON COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

 

Graduate student Yue Zha evaluates the performance of computer chips in the UW-Madison lab of professor Jing Li. STEPHANIE PRECOURT/UW-MADISON COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

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