im a student who want learn design VHDL
Electrical Engineer M.Sc. Microelectronics
HW development engineer
I am an Analog IC Designer by profession. I have loved and done circuit design from my high school days in India. I love developing new challenging circuits and seeing them work in real applications.
I am a senior researcher in INESC-ID, Lisbon.
Digital designer experienced in high-speed ASICs for optical/copper transceivers, including DSPs, error correction and SoC support.
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.
Principle Engineer at efabless corporation
Physical design engineer
Experienced Analog Design Engineer with strong background in HV CMOS ASICs.
Electronics Engineer with 10 years experience in microelectronics and research. Familiar with CMOS integrated circuits design, wireless communication systems, programming and lab environment, I am comfortable working for worldwide semiconductors firms. Passionate for high-tech and music, advocate for teamwork and collective intelligence to support a strong problem-solving methodology, I am curious, self-motivated, addicted to learning and re-shaping the new technologies I am exposed to. During my workday I aspire to address "real-life problems", hopefully continuing to develop my multi-disciplinary skills as a means for technical and personal enrichment.
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.
A young and ambitious individual, eager to apply my knowledge of Computer Architecture and VLSI Physical Design to develop hardware that is performance, power and area efficient, while actively contributing to the development and growth of the open-source semi-conductor industry
Interested in Design, Verification, and Hand-off of Analog IPs. Worked on the definition, modeling, design, verification of DC-DC converters, Chargers, Ideal-Diodes, LDOs, Regulators, Bandgap references, Current limiting and sensing architectures. Excited for challenges in Analog Design, Layout and Post-silicon verification.
Eduardo is an Electrical Engineer engaged in hardware development with a true passion for developing and enhancing applications. While at university, he worked in a variety of projects, from VHDL in a SOC project, to a PCB for a power circuit, and even web interfaces for electronic devices network connected. He allies his technical background with great communication skills. He is used to and is passionate about working in diverse cultural environment as was his period as an international student in Japan. He also got a certification in in Digital Integrated Circuit Design and Project Flow with Cadence tools (IC Brazil Program). Currently he works at HT Micron, and is interested in positions related to chip design, hardware design, embedded software development and similar areas.
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.
An experienced mixed-signal IC design engineer / design manager with over 25 years experience. Has design and led the design of multiple mixed-signal ICs through to tapeout and silicon verification. Also experienced with the delivery of IP blocks. Worked across multiple market sectors.
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.
Doctoral student at the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
I am passionate about all areas of VLSI Design and trying my level best to be an expert in the entire flow, analog, digital and mixed signal. Beyond chips, I like poetry, skating, skydiving, late night swimming and trekking in no particular order.
Provides mixed-signal CMOS training to academia using open-source tools and also solution for the consumer and automotive industry.
Hello, I'm an IC Designer Analog/RF with digital skills. I worked mainly on PLL for mobile tranceivers. I used to work on Cadence Design flow for 20 years.
Engineering Electronic student of National University of Cordoba (UNC), Argentina. Active member of Robust Circuits and Systems Laboratory (LCSR), in exact and natural sciences faculty (FCEFyN).
Electronic Engineer with experience in RF/AMS IC Design and other electronics and telecommunications projects. Served in working groups and also as leader. Has also experience in entrepreneurship. PhD in Microelectronics. Currently Adjunct Professor at Federal University of Semi-Árid Region - UFERSA and Head of LIEB/LAMERF Research Labs where develop R&D projects in the areas of instrumentation, biomedical engineering, RF/MW circuits and microelectronics.
Dad. Partner. Scientist. Activist. Maker. — He/His
IC designer with more than 25 years post Ph.D. experience. Specialising in RF, RFIC, analog and mixed-signal. Wide experience in Architecture, system and circuit design. RF front-end module design for cellular with CMOS PA. Over 40 patents issued.
Ph.D. in electrical engineering, 25 years experience in mixed-signal IC design
I am a Ph.D. student at the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, NTU, Singapore. I co-designed the Romulus and Remus families of lightweight authenticated encryption modes with Tetsu Iwata, Kazuhiko Minematsu and Thomas Peyrin, which are the basis of three candidates for the NIST Lightweight Cryptography Competition. Previously, I got my BSc. in Electronics Engineering from Alexandria University, Egypt. My main research focus is the practical aspects of Symmetric Key Cryptography, which includes: Physical Security, Hardware Implementations, Practical Cryptanalysis and Primitive Design. Previous research projects also included the acceleration of Fully Homomorphic Encryption and Design and Verification of Digital Circuits.
I am a professor of Neuroprosthetics at Newcastle University. My primary interest is in developing implantable medical devices to treat neurological conditions.
Analog mixed signal Asic design
DR. PETER BERMEL is an associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University. He is the PI for the SCALE project, which aims to perform workforce development in microelectronics. His research focuses on improving the performance of photovoltaic, thermophotovoltaic, and microelectronic systems using the principles of nanophotonics. Key enabling techniques for his work include electromagnetic and electronic theory, modeling, simulation, fabrication, and characterization.