Agenda

Circuits Crossing the Border

Dr. Taekwang Jang
ETH Zurich

Circuit designers are entering an exciting era in which circuit innovations will be the key enablers of future innovation. Emerging trends such as Machine Learning, the Internet-of-Everything, Brain-Machine Interfaces, Autonomous Driving, 6G Communication and Quantum Computing will drive the design of novel circuits with drastically improved accuracy, speed, and energy efficiency.

However, achieving such improvements will not be straightforward, and will require innovation. A fruitful way of doing this is by using circuits developed for one application domain in other domains. By crossing the border, so to speak, novel circuits with significantly improved performance may be found. In this talk, I will discuss three examples of this design approach:

-  A high-power-density DC-DC converter based on class-D LC oscillators

- A noise-efficient amplifier based on a switched capacitor DC-DC converter

- A low-noise PLL with AC-coupled phase detectors from Instrumentation Amplifiers

Agenda

Dr. Taekwang Jang

Circuits Crossing the Border

Circuit designers are entering an exciting era in which circuit innovations will be the key enablers of future innovation. Emerging trends such as Machine Learning, the Internet-of-Everything, Brain-Machine Interfaces, Autonomous Driving, 6G Communication and Quantum Computing will drive the design of novel circuits with drastically improved accuracy, speed, and energy efficiency.

MSc ME Thesis Presentation

Leonardo di Paola

Wafer-scale fabrication of transfer-free graphene-based condenser microphones

PhD Thesis Defence

Krishnaprasad Nambur Ramamohan

Direction of Arrival estimation and Self-Calibration techniques using an array of Acoustic Vector Sensors

PhD Thesis Defence

Miao Sun

Modelling and analysis of atrial epicardial electrograms

PhD Thesis Defence

Tarik Kazaz

Multiband channel estimation for precise localization in wireless networks

Can we reach decimeter accuracy on wireless localization?

Seminar on Wide-bandgap semiconductor technology and industry

This seminar will highlight the state of the art of technology and industry of wide bandgap semiconductors (WBS), which are becoming the cornerstones of future power electronics, communication (5G and beyond) and optoelectronics.