OverviewThe research area of the Circuits and Systems group covers the theory and applications of circuits and systems, signal processing, and VLSI circuit and system design methodology.
PresentationsThis link will direct you to some slide presentations which are used to introduce the group to starting MSc students.
The complexity of electronic circuits is ever increasing, and so is their design. Two drivers are (i) already phenomenal integration densities are still doubling every 18 months (Moore's law), and (ii) new advanced applications require integrated solutions with increased intelligence and immense processing power. The main goal in our research program is to provide a sound mathematical framework for synthesis and analysis problems in the complete trajectory from system application, algorithm design, mapping to a hardware architecture or embedded system, VLSI circuit design, and finally the design verification.
Our system applications are taken from several areas that require new mathematical insights, eg. wireless communications, distributed networks, radio astronomy and biomedical applications, and we limit ourselves to the central signal processing aspects of these. The objective is to develop efficient signal processing algorithms and to compile these onto embedded systems and the underlying physical circuits. The new insights are incorporated in design tools and actual designs.
EducationThe CAS group participates in four MSc tracks: MSc Telecommunication and Sensing Systems, MSc Signals and Systems, MSc Microelectronics, MSc Computer Engineering.
ResearchCAS consists of 10 professors and about 40 researchers.
MSc SS Thesis Presentation
Electrical properties tomography for MRI
- Tue, 28 Jun 2016
- EWI Lecture Room Chip
Signal Processing Seminar
- Thu, 30 Jun 2016
- LB01.220 (Van der Poelzaal)
MSc TC Thesis Presentation
Interference Suppression in a Software-Defined Receiver for China Digital Radio
- Mon, 4 Jul 2016
Energy harvesting wireless networks: A new frontier for communication and information theory
- Tue, 5 Jul 2016
- EWI LB01.220 (van der Poelzaal)