2004 Seminars

  Speaker Company / Institution Title
January 28, 2004 Yang Xu ECE Ph.D. Student ORACLE: Optimization with Recourse of Analog Circuits including Layout Extraction
February 4, 2004 Georges Gielen Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Analog Performance Modeling for Analog Circuit Synthesis
February 18, 2004 James Ma ECE Ph.D. Student Large-Scale Placement by Grid-Warping
March 3, 2004 Stephen Edwards Columbia University Making Cyclic Circuits Acyclic
April 14, 2004 Girish Venkataraman Ph.D. Candidate, Carnegie Mellon University C to Asynchronous Dataflow Circuits: An End-to-End Toolflow
April 19, 2004 Carolyn Block Intel Corporation Silicon Research at Intel
July 14, 2004 Hank Walker Texas A&M University Defect-Based Delay Test and Statistical Timing Analysis of Integrated Circuits
September 1, 2004 Jan M. Rabaey University of California at Berkeley Disappearing Electronics Enable Ambient Intelligence
September 29, 2004 Larry Pileggi Carnegie Mellon University Structured Layout for Extreme Scaled CMOS
October 7, 2004 Satoshi Inaba Toshiba Corporation Key Technologies for Advanced CMOS Devices Beyond 65 nm Node Generation
October 13, 2004 Richard Schreier Analog Devices Inc. An IF-to-Bits Converter IC, or, How to Make an ADC with Inductors
October 20, 2004 Patrick Yue Carnegie Mellon University Designing ESD Protection for RF ICs
October 27, 2004 Michael H. Perrott Massachusetts Institute of Technology A Mixed-Signal Approach to Phase-Locked Loops
October 29, 2004 Ran Ginosar Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Synchronization in Multiple-Clock-Domain Systems on Chip
November 3, 2004 Masoud Zargari Atheros Communications A Single-Chip Dual-Band Tri-Mode CMOS Transceiver for IEEE 802.11a/b/g WLAN
November 12, 2004 Hiroshi Nakamura University of Tokyo Dynamic Processor Throttling for Power-Efficient Computing
December 1, 2004 Zhong Xiu Carnegie Mellon University Large-Scale Placement by Grid Warping
December 8, 2004 Patrick Bourke Carnegie Mellon University Speech Recognition in Silicon
December 15, 2004 Anton Pfeiffer Carnegie Mellon University Automatic Design of Multiplexed Biofluidic Microchips