AMS-CSD
Analog/Mixed-Signal Circuits, Systems, and Devices

Hsuanyu (Marcus) Pan, Program Manager

Creating fundamental innovations in analog/mixed-signal integrated circuits and systems across a broad range of applications, including traditional information processing as well as newer areas of emphasis—such as automotive, industrial, and medical.

Overview

This research extends the frontiers of analog/mixed-signal/RF design and technology by creating fundamental innovations in integrated circuits and systems that improve energy efficiency, health care, public safety, and security.

The emphasis is on circuit design, with a connection to adjacent research spaces.

Research Focus

Circuit design in areas including:

  • Power Delivery and Management
  • Wireline Communications
  • Mm-wave and THz Circuits and Systems
  • Wireless Communications
  • Data Conversion
  • Sensors and Information Extraction for Ubiquitous Data Collection
  • AMS Devices and Models
  • Clocking
  • Efficient Circuits
  • Reliable and Functionally Safe Circuit Design
  • Analog Design Productivity and Automation

AMS-CSD Metrics

  1. Current

    54 Projects
    25 Universities
    91 Research Scholars
    57 Faculty Researchers
    93 Liaisons
  2. This Year

    21 Project Starts
    81 Research Data
    2 Patent Applications
  3. Last Year

    31 Project Starts
    444 Research Data
    8 Patent Applications
  4. Since Inception

    282 Projects
    47 Universities
    473 Research Scholars
    134 Faculty Researchers
    397 Liaisons
    3,196 Research Data
    55 Patent Applications
    16 Patents Granted
Updated: 2-Mar-2024, 12:05 a.m. ET

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