Analog IC Design Engineer with considerable expertise in mid- to high-frequency transistor-level design in the semiconductor industry, including clock synthesis, radio frequency circuitry (RF), and memory circuitry design. Experience also includes testing at board- and wafer-level, test automation, and simulation scripting.
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 a software developer, trying to learn about hardware design
I've been worked as an Electrical Engineer for more than 20 years. I'd like to bring Artificial Intelligence to the EE design so that it can be "Self-driving".
Electrical engineer with over 7 years of experience in the semiconductor industry. Working experience in Analog IC Design, Silicon/FPGA Lab bring-up and testing, FPGA Prototyping/Emulation & ASIC/SoC Design,
Graduate student of ECE department Ain Shams University, and Currently Master Student of ECE department Cairo University with major of Electronics design.
I works as junior physical design engineer and I have passion in VLSI field specially in digital IC design. I have experience in writing RTL, test benches and in PnR flow.
35 years mixed signal SoC, ASIC, and FPGA design and management experience. Concertal provides rapid functional IP integration using proprietary System Design Automation technology that includes delivery of RTOS capable fabric that supports loosely coupled HW operation including IP NbC (Network beyond the Chip). IP areas of expertise include common interfaces, data converters, modulators, digital filters, DSP, processors, FSM, and other custom specified functionality.
4+ years of VLSI Backend experience. Working as Physical Design Engineer. Expertise in Analog layouts, physical verification and Physical Design. Open to learn and explore other domains of VLSI design.
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.
Graduated with a Micro-electronics Master from Bordeaux university, France, I have now 18 years of experience. Worked in France, England, Belgium and Brazil, within 5 companies. Implemented physical design flows, recruited, trained and supervised trainees to experienced engineers, I have a vast experience in setting up complete flow (2 companies were startups), as well as signing off important design within NXP and CSR, all to successful first time right silicons. Able to work in total independence as well as within a team, I consider myself as optimist, result focused, with attention to detail while keeping a good trade between time to market and risk taking.
Principle Engineer at efabless corporation
Physical design engineer
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.
Umer Imran is eager to work in the field of Computer Architecture and Memory Consistency. He is currently working as a Design Verification Engineer at Lampro Mellon, a training firm with the vision to transform Pakistan’s talent pool into leaders of RISC-V based SoC design. He constantly aims to gain expertise in the various domains of SoC Design including IP Design, ASICs, and low power architectures.
Professor in Electronics Engineering with a PhD. in VLSI (Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata). Expertise in digital RTL and physical design. Experience in FPGA RTL and HLS design for heterogeneous computing. Knowledge in sub-threshold analog design. Fiction writer (National Literature Award for Novel, 2011, Costa Rica)
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
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.
A recent graduate student from Syracuse University major in Electrical Engineering with focus in VLSI Designs
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
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.
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.
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.
Driven by my zeal for innovation and technology, I am a passionate VLSI Design Engineer and an open-source enthusiast emphasizing freedom to chip design. Eager to tackle unsolved problems, I strive to make a large imprint on innovation one step at a time.
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.
I am professor at Dept of EEE, BUET, Passionate to teach students IC Design and Fabrication Skill.
Independent Digital Design and Verification Expert with more than 20+ years of experience and founder of semify. While working for established semiconductor companies like Infineon, Dialog Semiconductor and NXP I was responsible for bringing ideas into working ASICs. I developed USound’s first ASIC from FPGA based prototyping to tapeout with minimal resourcing, demanding timeline and tight area and power consumption constraints. Currently I'm acting as a consultant for easyIC and Cypress / Infineon. In addition I'm is also lecturer at the FH Joanneum Graz and guest lecturer at the Technical University Graz.
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.
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.
I’m an engineer always looking to learn, optimize and automate. I work on data analytics to provide deep insights into hardware designs, particularly physical design flow. Exploring areas to facilitate design engineers in taking data driven decisions for faster design turnaround times. I like to think about life. I like experimenting with different techniques (using software tools and meditation) to optimize my day and work effectively. In my free time, I’m learning Web Programming to build my own blog. I know there are templates and websites but where’s the fun and learning if you don’t do it from scratch? I like mentoring students on how to approach career and life in general.
Dad. Partner. Scientist. Activist. Maker. — He/His
For most of my career, I was a CAD technology innovator and CAD system architect at Intel Corporation. I signed up recently for a Udemy class called "VSD - Making the Raven Chip: How to Design a RISC-V SoC." The class pointed me to Efabless.
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.
Osaze Shears is passionate about many engineering and computational concepts. These include embedded systems, application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs), field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), and microprocessor technologies. Osaze spends his free time tutoring other students who are interested in learning to become better computer scientists and engineers to benefit the greater society. Osaze is currently a PhD student at Virginia Tech conducting research under the Multifunctional Integrated Circuits and Systems (MICS) lab. His research interests include: • Spiking Neural Networks • Hardware Acceleration • SoC Design with ASICs and FPGAs • Deep Learning • Edge Computing
Enthusiastic VLSI Design Engineer currently working in Domain Specific Architectures
Semiconductor technologist with deep expertise in device fabrication and mixed signal circuit design for high-performance compute applications.