Trustable Logic Circuit Design Lab
Our research interests are in trustable digital hardware design and analysis at all levels. Ongoing projects include designing digital circuits and systems for ultra-low power, radiation hardening, extreme temperature, process/voltage/temperature variability tolerance, hardware security, and asynchronous logic for future nanocomputing systems. Click here to view our funded projects.
(Move mouse over each picture to see the project title, and click to view the detailed description.)
We design, tape out, and test several asynchronous ICs every year for various sponsors. Some die micrographs are shown below.
Ph. D. Students: Nathan Kuhns, Alex Lo, Francis Sabado, Thao Le, Jean Habimana, Andrew Suchanek, Brett Sparkman, John Brady, Brent Bell, William Bouillon, Spencer Nelson
M. S. Students: William Bryant, Tanner Cook
Undergraduate Students: Samuel Milligan
Past Members: Jayamaduri Penumarthi, Micah Byers, Andrew Bailey, Ahmad Al Zahrani, Washington Cilio, Kok Hin Liou, David Coleman, Anish Philip, David Roclin, Michael Linder, Jordan Yust, Wiwat Leebhaisomboon, Christopher Porter, Aaron Arthurs, Brent Hollosi, Justin Roark, Landon Caley, Lucas Weaver, Michael Hinds, Liang Men
Research opportunities/assistantships are open to graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in digital hardware design. Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.