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Electronics Webinar | Advanced Techniques for Low Power and Ultra Low Power ICs

14 Jul 2022, 15:00 (CEST)

Integrated Circuits, Low Power and Ultralow Power Circuits, Analog Digital and Mixedsignal Circuits, Ubiquitous Electronics, IoT
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Welcome from the Chair

5th Electronics Webinar

Advanced Techniques for Low Power and Ultra Low Power ICs

Welcome everybody to this webinar entitled “Advanced Techniques for Low power and Ultra-Low Power Integrated Circuits”.

Everyone knows the wider and wider diffusion of electronics in our life, the so called ubiquitous electronics. Everyone knows the big demand of smart, reliable and miniaturized devices.

Electronics can really improve our life, but to make it real, electronic engineers must consider several issues. Indeed, for example, lower and lower supply voltage may be requested for biomedical implantable or wearable electronic devices, for autonomous sensor nodes supplied with non-conventional energy sources, or for the Internet of Things networks.

In this webinar the focus will be on advanced techniques for the design of effective and reliable low power and ultra-low power integrated circuits. We will see a wide range of novel ideas and I think we really enjoy this webinar!

Date: 14 July 2022

Time: 3:00pm CEST | 9:00am EDT | 9:00pm CST Asia

Webinar ID: 890 5218 6355

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Department of Information Engineering, University of Brescia, Italy

Associate Professor at Department of Information Engineering, Università degli Studi di Brescia, Brescia, Italy Research Interests: design of ultra-low voltage analog circuits; electromagnetic interference analysis in integrated circuits; integrated voltage converters; CMOS operational amplifiers

Invited Speakers

Department of electronics and Telecommunications, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Electronic Engineer with more than ten years of experience developing CMOS RF/Analog Integrated Circuits. Currently, he is a Mixed-Signal IC designer in Synopsys, working in SERDES designs with sub-10nm CMOS technology. He has received Ph.D. at Polito and UFRGS (Joint-Degree Ph.D.) working with Digital-based Analog Processing For IoT Applications. He has finished his M.S. degree in Microelectronics from UFRGS, working with Low Thermal Sensitivity Analog Applications based on ZTC and GZTC MOSFET bias point modeling. He has also received a BSEE (2010), and an RF IC Designer Specialization Course (IC-Brazil Program - 2011) at the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) and the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), respectively. He has also won the best 2015 master's thesis in the design, CAD, and IC Test category from the Brazilian Society of Microelectronics (SBMICRO). In 2019, He was awarded the Best Student Paper Award of the 2019 IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits, and Systems (ICECS 2019). Possess a sound understanding of fundamental principles and trends in electronic engineering. He can work and study at the same time. Eager to learn and adapt to new environments, products, and projects.

Department of Electronics and Telecommunications, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Received the B.S. degree and the M.S. degree in electronic engineering in Politecnico di Torino, Italy. Currently carrying-on his research as a PhD student in Politecnico di Torino, as part of the research activity on "Ultra-Low Power, Mostly Digital, Integrated Interfaces for the Internet of Things"

Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, USA

Inhee Lee received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical and electronic engineering from Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, in 2006 and 2008, respectively, and a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, in 2014. From 2015 to 2019, he was with the University of Michigan as an assistant research scientist. In 2019, he joined University of Pittsburgh as an assistant professor. His research includes adaptive circuit/system design, ultra-low-power power management circuits, and energy-efficient sensor interface circuits. Also, he is developing millimeter-scale or even smaller sensing/computing systems for ecological, biomedical, energy exploration, and internet-of-things applications.


This is a FREE webinar. The number of participants to the live session is limited but the recording will be made available on Sciforum shortly afterwards. Registrations with academic institutional email addresses will be prioritized.

Certificates of attendance will be delivered to those who attend the live webinar.



Time in CEST

Chair Professor Anna Richelli

Chair Introduction

3:00 - 3:05 pm

Dr. Pedro Filipe Leite Correia de Toledo

Nanoscale Digital-Based Analog Processing: How to Design Analog Building Blocks Using Only Digital Gates

3:05 - 3:35 pm

Dr. Roberto Rubino

Relaxation Digital to Analog Converter

3:35 - 4:05 pm

Prof. Dr. Inhee Lee

Millimeter-Scale Smart Sensing System

4:05 - 4:35 pm

Q&A Session

4:35 - 5:05 pm

Closing of Webinar

Chair Professor Anna Richelli

5:05 - 5:10 pm

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Relevant SI

Low-Voltage Integrated Circuits Design and Application
Guest Editors: Prof. Dr. Anna Richelli
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2020)

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