Prof. Clark received his Ph.D. in Applied Science from the University of California at Berkeley, and his B.S. in physics from the California State University at Hayward. His research concerns the design, modeling, simulation, and verification of complex engineered systems. The overarching goal is to develop system-
level computer-aided engineering and metrology tools to foster and accelerate advancement in tiny technologies for solving societal-scale problems. Application areas include robotics, health, safety, ecology, transportation, communication, etc.
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