My present research interests include the application of statistical analysis in the design and fabrication of integrated circuits, and the development and deployment of novel sensors and computer-aided techniques in semiconductor manufacturing. I am also working towards the deployment of statistical data mining techniques for energy efficiency applications, and I am the Principal Investigator of the Singapore based SinBerBEST project, focusing on energy efficient buildings. In 2000 I was elected Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers for contributions and leadership in semiconductor manufacturing, and in 2009 I was appointed in the Andrew S. Grove Distinguished Professorship, in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences.
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Costas Spanos, the Andrew S. Grove Professor and Chair of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, will become the fourth Director of CITRIS (the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society).