The proceedings of the conference will be published by Computer Science Conference Proceedings in Computer Science & Information Technology (CS & IT) series (Confirmed).
Journal of VLSI Design Tools & Technology (Jo VDTT) is focused towards the rapid publication of fundamental research papers on all areas of VLSI Design Tools & Technology.
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Four multiphase clocks were utilized to enhance the resolution of the sensor 8 times better.
Faculty: Gwan Choi, Jiang Hu, Sunil Khatri, Peng Li, JV Rajendran, Weiping Shi, Starvos Kalafatis Research in this area is focused on optimization for energy-efficient VLSI circuits, design for testability, on-chip communication fabrics, dynamic power management, adaptive circuit design, interactions between physical design and system-level design, heuristics for large scale combinatorial optimization. Kumar, JV Rajendran, Narasimha Reddy, Alex Sprintson, Starvos Kalafatis Research being conducted under the Advanced Robotics in Manufacturing Consortium (ARM) and focusing on human robot interface, manufacturing automation, path planning, robot security and safety. Faculty: Jiang Hu, JV Rajendran, Narasimha Reddy, P. Kumar, Sunil Khatri, Nick Duffield Research focused on optimized integration of voice in VR systems to provide a more natural human interface.
Research Papers On Vlsi Design
Faculty: Gwan Choi, Jiang Hu, Sunil Khatri, Peng Li, Weiping Shi Research in the computer architecture area is focused on on security, power, reliability and performance of the future chip-multiprocessor (CMP) and multiprocessor system-on-chip (MPSo C) designs as well as computer arithmetic. Kumar, Narasimha Reddy, Srinivas Shakkottai, Alex Sprintson, Xi Zhang Research in the Systems area is focused on fault-tolerant systems, storage and file systems, computer architecture, multiprocessors on a chip, cloud computing, and distributed systems. Augmented reality solutions looking into medical, mechanical, aeronautical training and latency reduction.
VIRTUS IC Design Center of Excellence, School of EEE, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore Interests: Ultra-low power; ultra-low voltage integrated circuits; low power memory circuits; low power circuits for 3D ICs; energy-efficient circuits and systems Institute of Microelectronics, A*STAR, Singapore Interests: Ultra-low power digital circuits; energy efficient digital signal processors; variation-resilient digital circuits; circuit design for emerging technologies (e.g.
spintronic devices, TSI/TSV) Institute of Microelectronics, A*STAR, Singapore Interests: Energy-efficient digital signal processor architecture; hardware-oriented algorithm development for on-chip signal processing; cognitive wireless radio baseband; advanced 2.5D/3D TSV/TSI design Dear Colleagues, Power consumption is a top-most design parameter in numerous circuits and systems.
Since it was first demonstrated in 1998, there have been tremendous developments in CNTFETs, which promise for an alternative material to replace silicon in future electronics.
Carbon nanotubes are promising materials for the nano-scale electron devices such as nanotube FETs for ultra-high density integrated circuits and quantum-effect devices for novel intelligent circuits, which are expected to bring a breakthrough in the present silicon technology.