A 65nm, Low Voltage, Fully Differential, SC Programmable Gain Amplifier for Video AFE (ECE/EEE Project)

Due to rapid growth of home entertainment consumer market, video technology has been continuously pushed to deliver sharper pictures with higher resolution. This has brought about stringent requirements on the video analog front end, which often coupled with the low power and low voltage Continue reading

Investigating Read/Write Aggregation to Exploit Power Reduction Opportunities Using Dual Supply Voltages (Electronics Project)

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Power consumption plays an important role in computer system design today. On chip memory structures such as multi level cache make up a significant proportion of total power consumption of CPU or Application Specific Integrated Continue reading

Intrinsic Functions for Securing CMOS Computation: Variability, Modeling and Noise Sensitivity (Electrical/Computer Project)

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A basic premise behind modern secure computation is the demand for lightweight cryptographic primitives, like identifier or key generator. From a circuit perspective, the development of cryptographic modules has also been driven by the Continue reading

A Parallelized Algorithm for Hyperspectral Biometrics (Electronics/Biomedical Project)

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The parallelized algorithm for hyperspectral biometrics uses the processing power of a GPU (Graphical Processing Unit) to compare hyperspectral images of people’s faces. The feature extraction algorithm first retrieves uniquely identifiable features Continue reading