Main Research Directions

Gordon Moore, in his seminal article in 1965, made a projection that the number of transistors on a chip will increase exponentially over the years. This projection is now known as Moore’s law. In the very same paper, he also listed anticipated challenges for sustaining such phenomenal growth in the level of integration. Those included excessive power dissipation and unmanageable design complexity/cost. More than 40 years later, Moore’s concerns have come true. Those are the key challenges that IC designers are facing today.

Our overall research objective is to address these challenges with unique mixed-signal system approaches. Our research efforts can be classified into the following three categories:

MICS Research Direction

High-Performance, Low-Power Interconnects

Design and Validation Methodologies for Analog and Mixed-Signal Systems

Exploring New Areas based on Our Expertise

Our Research Collaborators/Sponsors

MICS Research Sponsors

MICS Publications

Journal Publications

Conference Publications

International

Domestic

Invited Talks and Lectures

Book Chapters

Patents

International

Domestic

Research (last edited 2022-05-26 07:23:15 by shbaek)