Anokiwave founder and CTO, Dr. Nitin Jain, has been named a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for leadership in the development of physics-based models for mmWave System-on-Chip ICs.The IEEE grade of Fellow is conferred in recognition of unusual and outstanding professional distinction. It is awarded at the initiative of the IEEE Board of Directors following a rigorous nomination and evaluation process. Individuals receiving this distinction have demonstrated extraordinary contributions to one or more fields of electrical engineering, or related sciences. The total number of Fellows selected in any one year does not exceed one-tenth of one percent of the total voting Institute membership.Under Dr. Jain’s leadership, Anokiwave’s portfolio of highly integrated silicon ICs have seen an extremely high percentage of first pass design success showing his attention to detail, his EM simulation ability, and the integrity of his modeling of the mmWave, RF, analog, and digital circuits. This is something rarely accomplished in this market.The IEEE is the world’s leading professional association for advancing technology for humanity. Through its 400,000 members in 160 countries, the IEEE is a leading authority on a wide variety of areas ranging from aerospace systems, computers and telecommunications to biomedical engineering, electric power, and consumer electronics.Dr. Jain earned his B.Tech degree (in Electronics) from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India in 1986, and his MS and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy NY USA in 1989 and 1991, respectively. He has over 37 publications in international conferences and journals, and more than 35 granted and pending US patents.
WATCH US LIVE Written By Associated Press Television News COMMENT Belmont Stakes runner-up Dr Post surprisingly took the lead at the start and held off a late challenge by Ny Traffic to capture the $1 million Haskell Stakes at Monmouth Park on Saturday.Ridden magnificently by Joe Brave in his first ride on the colt, Dr Post covered the 11/8 mile Grade 1 stakes in 1:50.46. The win was the third in four starts this year for the Todd Pletcher-trained colt with his only loss coming against Tiz the Law in the Belmont last month.Odds-on favorite Authentic finished a disappointing third in failing to give trainer Bob Baffert his record-extending ninth win in the event.Bravo picked up the ride earlier this week, when Dr Post’s regular rider Irad Ortiz could not travel because of recent restrictions established by the New York Racing Association. The NYRA ruled New York-based jockeys who travel out of state cannot compete at Saratoga because of a spike in positive COVID-19 races.Authentic’s performance was disappointing. Jockey Mike Smith journeyed from California for the ride and he never got the colt going early. He was in sixth most of the way and never looked like a winner in dropping his second straight race after three consecutive wins.Ny Traffic, who finished second in the Matt Winn in Kentucky in his last start came flying late and just could not catch Dr. Post before the finish line with Paco Lopez in the irons.Dr Post earned 100 points for the Kentucky Derby on Sept. 5. The winner also earned a berth for the Breeders’ Cup Classic.Dr Post paid $3.20, $2.60 and $2.10. Ny Traffic returned $4.20 and $2.40, and Authentic paid $2.10 to show.The owners of Tiz the Law plan to run this year’s winner of the first leg of the Triple Crown in the Travers Stakes at Saratoga on Aug. 8. It would be his final prep for the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs. The Preakness is scheduled for Oct. 3 in a rejiggered Triple Crown season changed by the coronavirus.Just before the Haskell, Bravo rallied Aquaphobia ($23.40) in the stretch to a narrow victory over Paret in the $300,000 The United Nations Stakes, the only other Grade I race run in New Jersey. It’s was Bravo’s fifth win in the race.Image credits: AP First Published: 19th July, 2020 06:35 IST FOLLOW US Last Updated: 19th July, 2020 06:35 IST Dr Post Wins Haskell At Monmouth Park, Authentic Third Belmont Stakes runner-up Dr Post surprisingly took the lead at the start and held off a late challenge by Ny Traffic to capture the $1 million Haskell Stakes at Monmouth Park on Saturday LIVE TV SUBSCRIBE TO US
NEW YORK, (Reuters) – The Milwaukee Bucks and Sacramento Kings of the National Basketball Association closed their practice facilities due to positive COVID-19 tests, the teams said yesterday, as the league prepared to resume its season. Teams across the league are expected to travel to Orlando, Florida, this week to restart the season, which was abruptly suspended in March due to the COVID-19 outbreak, with players living and playing at Walt Disney World.A spokesman for the Bucks confirmed the team had closed its practice facility after receiving test results from Friday but declined to comment further. The team’s first scrimmage in Florida is scheduled for July 23 against the San Antonio Spurs.A member of the Kings’ traveling party to Orlando also tested positive, prompting the closure of the team’s practice center. A spokesman said the team still plans to travel to Orlando this week. Its first scrimmage is July 22. The Denver Nuggets and the Brooklyn Nets also closed their practice centers after players tested positive last month.The Orlando restart officially begins on July 30.The NBA said last week a total of 25 players and 10 staff members had tested positive for COVID-19 since June 23, when testing began.