Research, development, and postgraduate education on analog and mixed analog-digital electronic circuits and systems.
The group past activity was centered in BiCMOS and CMOS integrated circuit design for RF, high-frequency ADCs, low-noise digital cells for use in mixed signal integrated circuits and front-end radiation detectors for medical imaging.
Lately, the underlying theme in the group's research is the design of CMOS integrated circuits targeting low-power, low-cost, autonomous sensor applications.
The current research activity is situated in the design of circuits in the following areas:
- RF Communications (UWB, inductorless Circuits)
- ADC circuits (Flash, CABS, SAR)
- Sensors Interface Circuits (Radiation Detectors, Magneto-resistive)
- Power Harvesting (RF)
- Quaternary Circuits (in standard CMOS)