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.
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.
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.
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.
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
Experienced leader of industry and academia focusing on developing customized hardware accelerators for low power mobile, AI and IoT devices. Over 20-years hands-on experience in all aspects of SOC and processor design. Specialties: memory design (SRAM, regfile, CAM), VLSI design for best Power, Performance, and Area (PPA) design point. Power management and power conversion including dc/dc and ac/dc. Computer Architecture and Hardware accelerator using In-Memory-Computing and Emerging Technologies (RRAM)
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.
ASIC architect and designer. Specialize in deep learning, video, image and signal processing, and compression. Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The College of New Jersey.
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)
I am a Master's student who has to know for learning and do experiments as well as for writing technical blogger. My website links are given below to connect with my open-source family of the VLSI champions. https://nishitnathwani.blogspot.com/ https://geniusvlsi.blogspot.com/
I am an electrical engineer, who earned PhD from University of Toronto in 1982. I have been working as a teacher, a researcher and an administrator for more than 46 years. I started as a lecturer in March 1975 and attained the highest academic rank of professor in April 1988 in UET Lahore at its Taxila Campus. I retired as a tenured professor on 17 October 2012 from UET Taxila and have been in service to GIKI as professor in FES since 19 December 2012. I served as Vice Chancellor UET Taxila from 2001 to 2009. I helped the establishment of prestigious institutions namely Center for Advanced Studies in Engineering (CASE) Islamabad, University of Lahore, Wah Engineering College, IIEC Islamabad, KRL Institute and HITEC university Taxila. In 1993 I served Pakistan Telecommunication Corporation on deputation as General Manager, CTRL and also established Institute of Communications Technologies (ICT), Islamabad as its founder Principal.
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.
SoC Architect.Technologist. Hands-on experience in complex low power SoC designs, from concept to production. Excellent track record in successful development and production of ASICs, Technologies: Bluetooth, WLAN, IoT, Gigabit Ethernet, EPON networks, Interface ICs, Broadcast TV and Communication controllers. Demonstrated consistent track record of first-pass silicon success. PhD in Low power VLSI. Recipient of US and Indian patents. Core Competency: Chip Architecture, Micro Architecture, logic design, RTL Verilog coding, Chip level verification, Static Timing analysis, Formal Verification, design rule checking, AXI, AHB and APB bus protocols, Digital ASIC methodology, DFT methodology, Low Power ASIC design, Interfacing with backend teams, Timing closure, Post silicon bring up and validation, Project Planning, Scheduling and Management, FPGA Prototyping. Author of Book "A Practical Approach to VLSI System on Chip (SoC) Design" published by Springer Nature. Domain experience: Communications, EPON, WLAN, Bluetooth, IoT, Healthcare, Nextgen TV, Automotive. Managed dynamic, cross cultural teams of size 40 to 100. Standards worked on IEEE802.3, IEEE802.11b, ac, ad. ATSE 3.0, Automotive ethernet, Bluetooth Quality standards: ISO 9002, ISO 13485, IEC 60601-2 Funded Research: Derivative Low power standard cell library development PhD Guidance: 2 one in Asynchronous VLSI design methodology and second in Sub 1V power supply for complex SoCs. Co-founded healthcare company:Sensesemi Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Academic research head and taught engineering students for their undergrad, Post grad and PhD courses Chair, IEEE NanoTechnology Council, Bangalore Section as a founder Chairperson, Current Senior IEEE member.
My area of interest is Analog and Mixed signal circuit design. I teach Electronic Circuit, VLSI design and Signals & Systems for under graduate students and Analog Integrated Circuit Design, Data Converters and Clock & power management circuit courses for Masters students. I also teach VLSI lab courses for both both undergraduate and masters students. Every year I supervise both undergraduate and masters students in analog circuit design projects. Presently I am involved in SRC project as Co-task leader in Analog and Mixed Signal circuit verification project using Machine learning techniques.
I work with embedded systems, analog electronics and general physics research. I founded a small engineering services company in Brazil, currently working with a team of 3 engineers to create products and help companies on their way to to production.
Juan Camilo Castellanos received in 2009 his B.S. degree in electronic engineering from National University of Colombia in Bogota, Colombia. In 2011, he received the M.S. degree in electrical engineering from State University of Campinas, Brazil. Later, he enrolled in the Brazilian IC design programme, called CI-Brasil. In 2013, he was analogue and mixed signal designer in the non-volatile memory group at Freescale Semiconductors (Now NXP) in Brazil. He received the Ph.D. degree from Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands in 2018. He was lecturer in the Informatics Department at State University of Ponta Grossa in Brazil. In 2019, he was professor at the department of mobility engineering at Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC), Brazil. Since 2020, he joined as professor at the Department of Electrotechnics at Federal University of Technology - Paraná/Brazil (UTFPR). His research interest includes embedded systems (IoT, smart sensors, sensor fusion, DSPs, microcontrollers, FPGAs) and analogue and mixed-signal integrated circuits for power management (DC-DC converters, charge pumps, LED drivers and current/voltage monitors, energy harvesting).
I have been a Professor in The Dept. of Electronics and Communication, College of Engineering, Guindy (CEG), Anna University, Chennai, India and I have retired last year after being on the faculty of this University for twenty eight years. I continue to teach courses as a Guest Faculty in the same Dept. at CEG, Anna University in the areas of Analog, Mixed Signal, RF and Communication Systems and IC Design. I have supervised student teams in building Small Satellites (Avionics subsystems) and also CMOS IC Designs. I have also supervised Masters and Doctoral thesis in the areas of GPS (baseband), uP Clock PLLs and CDRs, RF LNAs, and resonant sensors.
I am a microelectronic engineer/CMOS designer with an emphasis on digital & low-power electronics and front-end circuitry. I am an academic at The University of Sydney, Australia and working on devices to data solutions for a range of problems such as unmet needs in electronic monitoring/sensing and interventions in neurological disorders.
Just another big dreaming engineer with a desire to learn silicon microfab
Esmaeil NAJAFIAGHDAM was born in Zonouz, Iran, in 1964. He received the B.E. degree from University of Sistan and Baluchestan, Zahedan, Iran, in 1990, and the M.S. degree from Amir-Kabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, in 1994, both in electronic engineering. In 1995, he joined the Department of Electric Engineering at Sahand University of Technology, Tabriz, Iran, as a Lecturer. In 2002, he started his PhD program dealing with a high-performance bandpass Delta Sigma ADC. The research program is directed by Prof. P. Benabes at SUPELEC, France. Esmaeil NAJAFI AGHDAM is now a Professor at Sahand University of Technology. His current research interests include mixed mode electronic circuits, Delta Sigma Converters, RFIC design, Ultrasonic circuits and Electronic measurement.
I am a Ph.D. student at the Faculty of Engineering Sciences, University College London. My Ph.D. research focuses on the System-on-Chip design of power electronic converters.
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I am a PhD. Telecommunication Engineer with 25 years of working experience in the industry. I started my career in 1997 as an IC Design Engineer, then I moved to other technical and management roles in the semiconductor and aerospace industries. Since 2017 I am also teaching IC Design at University for MsC. graduate students.
Kamala J. received her B.E. degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Madurai Kamaraj University in 1989, M.E. degree in VLSI Design from Bharathidasan University, in 2002 and Ph.D from Anna University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India in 2011. She is currently working as Associate Professor in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Anna University, Chennai, India.
I am an Assistant Professor in the VLSI vertical of Department of ECE at RV College of Engineering, Bengaluru, Karnataka. I am a passionate teacher who teaches various courses in VLSI domain. My research interests are in the areas of Analog and RFIC Design. I got several opportunities at RVCE to implement various personalized teaching methods for the students, facilitated experiential learning, adapted innovative techniques in teaching and learning through flipped classroom and blended learning approaches. I am currently responsible for the curriculum design and development for courses in VLSI domain. I am also responsible for introducing new electives in specific areas. I have a YouTube channel with 300 + videos on the courses taught so far for the benefit of a wider student community.
I am an Assistant Professor in the Electrical Engineering Department. My research activities are in Neuromorphic Computing and Engineering and span from the development of efficient models of computation to novel microelectronic architectures, with CMOS and emerging technologies, for both efficient deep learning and brain-inspired algorithms. My long-term research goal is to understand the principles of computation in natural neural systems and apply those for the development of a new generation of energy-efficient sensing and computing technologies. My research outputs find use in several application domains as robotics, machine vision, temporal signal processing, and biomedical signal analysis.
Rajiv Kumar received a Bachelor of Technology from College of Technology, G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pant Nagar, India in 1994. He received his M.Tech. from NIT Kurukshetra (formerly REC, Kurukshetra), India in 2001. He received his PhD degree from NIT Kurukshetra in the year 2010. His areas of interest in research are networks and systems.
D Gracia Nirmala Rani received the B.E. degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Syed Ammal Engg College, Madurai, India, in 2004, and M.E. degree in VLSI Design from Karunya University, Coimbatore, India in 2007. She has awarded Ph.D. degree in VLSI Design from Anna University, Chennai India in 2014. She is working as an Associate Professor in Thiagarajar College of Engineering, Madurai since 2007. She teaches courses on system/digital and analog electronic design and VLSI processor architectures. Currently, five research scholars are doing their research under her guidance. She has authored or co-authored 42 international journal and conference papers like IET Circuits, Systems and Devices, Spinger, Wiley and Elsevier Publications. Also she has published 3 Books/Book Chapter in Springer LNCS and CCIS Publications. She has filed 2 Patent in BioMedical Engineering Field. She has guided the B.E students’ project which won the India Cadence Design Contest Award 2017 and 2018 instituted by Cadence Design System Pvt Ltd, Bangalore. In 2018, she was the technical program chair of the 22nd International Symposium on VLSI Design and Test. She is serving as a reviewer in IEEE Transaction on Nanotechnology, Elsevier and Inderscience Journals, respectively. Her research interests include RFIC Design, Physical Design Automation, Optimization Algorithms using Machine learning for IC and mixed signal circuits and systems for Bio-medical Devices.
I am a professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering at University of Cincinnati. My areas of expertise are: CMOS, Beyond-CMOS devices such as RRAM, FeFETs, gated-RRAM, TFTs, novel device design, fabrication, and testing, neuromorphic computing, and hardware security.
Technology development in intergrated analog circuits. I'm available to design analog and mixed-signal circuits as an external contractor.
Love for ELectronics Chips Designing, Eager for knowledge. Close to Nature and meet me on the success road.
Post-doctoral research fellow in the discipline of Software and Systems, School of Computer Science and Statistics, Trinity College Dublin, with a keen interest in learning new things, specially related to computer science and engineering. Around 4 years experience of teaching and research and more than 10 years of experience in architecture design, optimization, analysis, implementation and verification of digital and digital signal processing systems on FPGAs and ASICs. Diversifying research career by working on quantization of deep convolution neural networks. Author of three peer reviewed journal publications and five international conference publications.
Ajith Ravindran (Senior Member, IEEE) received the B.Tech. degree in electronics and communication engineering and the M.Tech. degree in VLSI and embedded system from the Saintgits College of Engineering, Kottayam, India, in 2010 and 2013, respectively. I have been working as an Assistant Professor with the Electronics and Communication Engineering Department, Saintgits College of Engineering, since 2013. Authored many refereed international journals and conference publications. My research interests include digital IC design, microelectronics, and optical MEMS.
I am Dr. Naushad Alam working as an Associate Professor in the Department of Electronics Engineering, Z H College of Engineering & Technology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India. I received B. Tech. degree in Electronics & Communication Engineering from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi in 2003, and M. Tech. Degree in Electronic Circuits & Systems Design from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh in 2009. I earned Ph.D. degree in Microelectronics from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India in 2013. My doctoral work was on nanoscale circuit design considering the impact of process-induced mechanical stress. He has published 29 papers in SCI indexed journals that include 10 IEEE Transactions and 33 papers in reputed conferences. I have supervised two PhD thesis in the area of device-circuit co-design and presently supervising two more PhD students. I have also successfully executed a UGC funded research project on TFET based SRAM cell design for IoT Applications. My research interests include device-circuit co-design, robust nanoscale circuit design, low power circuit design, PVT tolerant circuit design, Near-Threshold/Sub-Threshold circuit design etc.
I am a Graduate Research Assistant at the University of Tennessee Knoxville, pursuing the PhD degree in Mixed-Signal Analog Circuit design.
An energetic semiconductor professional with varied experience in the field of research, teaching and IC design. 📌 More than 6 years of experience in analog and mixed signal IC design. 📌 3 years of mentoring experience in analog circuit and layout design. 📌 Been part of the 4 complete IC development project. 📌 Inventor and co-inventor of 2 patents (filed) in the field of high-speed data path communication. 📌 Published few research papers with more than 30 engineering citations. 📌 6 month experience as a lead role in standard cell library development in a leading semiconductor organisation. 📌 more than 4 years of teaching experience in under-graduate electronics engineering courses.
Provides mixed-signal CMOS training to academia using open-source tools and also solution for the consumer and automotive industry.