Trained as a Software Engineer, i am an advocate for Libre Ethical Technology in business.
im a student who want learn design VHDL
Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/bhawandeep-singh-1b164517/ PhD student in CSE department in UCSC, advised by Prof. Jose Renau. My areas of majors are CPU design, digital design and embedded software.
Working as a instruments engineer, and currently working on my masters of Microelectronic Systems Design. Passionate about designing analog/mixed signal IC's and systems
Experienced Mixed Signal Design Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the semiconductors industry. Skilled in Data Conversion, Analog Circuit Design, CMOS and Mixed Signal. Strong engineering professional with a Master's degree focused in Electronics Engineering from Ain Shams University.
Graduate student of ECE department Ain Shams University, and Currently Master Student of ECE department Cairo University with major of Electronics design.
I am a senior researcher in INESC-ID, Lisbon.
Research Assistant and MSc student at Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) - Microelectronics and Microsystems. Graduated from Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University - Electronics and Electrical Communication Section. ASIC projects I have done include: - FinFET Synchronous/Asynchronous Standard Cell Library. DOI: 10.1109/ICM.2016.7847881 - FinFET SRAM based PUF. DOI: 10.1109/ICCES.2017.8275272 - AC-DC Power Converters for Wireless Power Harvesting Unit in 350 nm CMOS Technology for Medical Implantable Devices
I am an Electronics Engineer with experience in IT Management, Firmware Development and Education. I spend my spare time looking for interesting projects and reading about technology trends.
MS IC Designer, focusing on imager design in deep submicron technologies
I am researcher with goals of developing high end technologies for the future.
José T. de Sousa holds a PhD degree from Imperial College London (1998) and has been a university lecturer and researcher at Lisbon University (1999-present). He holds 4 international patents, is co-author of one book, and was General Chair of the Field Programmable Logic and Applications Conference in 2013. Dr. de Sousa has published more than 70 technical papers in international journals and conferences. He was co-founder and CEO of Coreworks, a semiconductor intellectual property company, which he ran from 2001 to 2013. His specialties are digital circuit design, hardware/software architecture, technical team management and semiconductor IP marketing and sales.
Associate Professor (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) Implantable chip design Low power sensors
Mixed background in computer science, applied mathematics and electrical engineering. Expert in algorithms to custom core development, system architecture, integration and functional verification.
Experienced Analog Design Engineer with strong background in HV CMOS ASICs.
Electronics Engineer and Researcher with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in CAD/EDA tools for ASIC, PCB and FPGA design, scripting and programming. Education professional with a PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from University of Nis, Faculty of Electronic Engineering Nis, Serbia.
An experimental physicist through sensor and instrumentation development.
Hugo Hernández received his B.S. degree in Electronic Engineering from The Industrial University of Santander, Colombia in 2005 and M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo (EPUSP), Brazil in 2008. Hugo obtained his Ph.D degree in Electrical Engineering from University of São Paulo in 2015. He was Mixed Signal IC designer at LSITEC and DFCHIP (Brazil) where worked for 8 years, and Pos-doc of the Universidad de Sao Paulo in collaboration with ALICE-CERN as analog IC designer in the SAMPA ASIC project. He was Adjunct Professor of the Control and Automation course at the Engineering Institute (CUVG) of UFMT for 2 years. He is currently Adjunct Professor of the Department of Electrical Engineering of the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG).
I am Assistant Professor in Bio-Electronics. My research interests include analog mixed-signal ICs for medical applications, RFIC, and ultra-low power circuits.
Expert in embedded and mobile applications since 2003. Has many years of experience in software and hardware development, effective team management. Excellent in the research and development, technology findings and implementations.
I'm an engineer with experience in analog IC design both in private companies as well as academia. Experienced in design of delay locked loop(DLL), clock recovery, field detectors, voltage limiters, operational amplifiers, current mirrors, bandgap reference and so on.
Research engineer and teaching assistant in microelectronic, microsystems and bioelectronic at the university of Liège, Belgium
Design engineer with combined R&D and industrial experience in developing analog/mixed signal ICs for applications including inductive position sensors and imager readouts. Proven abilities with widely used blocks including (but not limited to) filter, amplifier, ADC, DAC, voltage regulators, bandgap reference, ring/LC oscillator, comparator and custom digital logic circuitry. Experience with full tape-out flow including schematic design, analog/mixed-signal simulations, floor planning, layout, system-level verification and chip measurements. Strong familiarity with industry standard tools and instruments used for design, verification and testing such as Cadence, Synopsys, Mentor Graphics, and Keysight. Frontend digital hardware design (ASIC/FPGA) experience using Verilog HDL. Considerable exposure to ASIC backend flow (synthesis and PnR) using Synopsys Design Compiler and Cadence Innovus. Skilled with programming platforms such as MATLAB, C++, C#, Perl, UNIX Shell and VB. Strong education with Ph.D. and MSc. degrees in Electronics Engineering along with several peer-reviewed articles in IEEE journals.
I am currently an Associate Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NC A&T). As director of the Automated Design for Emerging Process Technologies (ADEPT) laboratory at NC A&T, I research the following questions: (1) how can we make computers more reliable in harsh environments (i.e., ionizing particles, malicious fault injection) and (2) how can we extend Moore’s law (e.g., 3D IC)? To answer these questions, he interrogates the traditional abstraction layers of integrated circuit design (i.e., functional description, circuit design, physical design) to discover design methodologies that are more relevant to these goals.
Edward Joullian Endowed Chair in Engineering Oklahoma State University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering VLSI Computer Architecture Research Group
Adjunct professor at Federal University of Itajuba in Itabira, Brazil. Experience in the design of Analog and RF integrated circuits.
Assistant Professor (IISc) | Ph.D. & S.M. (MIT) | B.Tech. (IIT-KGP)
PhD Student Research on Integrated Sensor Interfacing Systems featuring signal conditioning and A/D conversion. Functional blocks developed: VGA, current-steering DAC, SAR ADC, AA Filters, SPI master/slave.
Motor control group at EE, UET strives to develop technologies in the domain of DC motor control, closed loop (PID) servo control, 3-phase AC (PMSM, ACIM) FOC control, targeting home appliances, industrial, robotic and EV applications.
I am a PhD student at Universiti Kebagsaan Malaysia. My research interests include application-specific hardware design, mainly to accelerate machine learning applications.
Researcher and Professor at the National University of Córdoba, Argentina. Actual Research areas: microelectronics, embedded systems, Digital Signal Processing
Professor of CSE at UC Santa Cruz
I am working as Associate Professor and Chairman in Department of Information & Communication Engineering, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan. I am also IEEE Senior Member and Chair, IEEE Bahawalpur Subsection.
I am an Associate Professor teaching VLSI design, hardware security, and digital circuit design at Drexel University. My research interests include analysis, modeling, and design methodologies for high performance digital and mixed-signal integrated circuits, power management for SoC and microprocessor circuits, hardware security, including digital and analog obfuscation and Trojan detection, and electric and thermal modeling and characterization, signal and power integrity, and power and clock delivery for heterogeneous 2-D and 3-D circuits.
A researcher and VLSI guy
Kashif Inayat currently working as a doctorate fellow researcher at System-on-Chips (SoC) Laboratory, Electronics Engineering Department of Incheon National University, South Korea. He considers himself fortunate to have the opportunity to work under Prof. Jaeyong Chung at Incheon National University. Prior to starting his Ph.D., he completed his Master of Science in Electronics and Computer Engineering (ECE) from graduate school, Hongik University in 2019 under the supervision of Prof. Seong Oun Hwang. Moreover, during MS studies he worked at Information Security and Machine Learning Lab, Hongik University, South Korea as a graduate researcher for 2.5 years. Furthermore, he chaired the special sessions at International Conference on Green and Human Information Technology (ICGHIT 2019), held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Jan, 16-18, 2019). Moreover, he is a registered member of the Pakistan Engineering Council and a reviewer for the IEEE Access Journal.