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= Mixed Signal Integrated Circuit Design  =
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== Mixed Signal Integrated Circuit Design  ==
Our group’s research is concerned with various aspects of mixed-signal circuit design, including device level modeling and system design. While current work focuses on digital calibration algorithms for data converters, a recurring theme in all projects is the attempt to capitalize the immense digital signal processing capabilities that are available in fine line technologies. The vision of this group is to demonstrate a new class of “digitally assisted” analog circuits and sensor front-ends, based on minimalistic analog blocks that leverage digital processing for performance recovery or enhancement.  
Our group’s research is concerned with various aspects of mixed-signal circuit design, including device level modeling and system design. While current work focuses on digital calibration algorithms for data converters, a recurring theme in all projects is the attempt to capitalize the immense digital signal processing capabilities that are available in fine line technologies. The vision of this group is to demonstrate a new class of “digitally assisted” analog circuits and sensor front-ends, based on minimalistic analog blocks that leverage digital processing for performance recovery or enhancement.  
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'''Keywords''': integrated circuits, analog integrated circuit design, adaptive filtering and signal processing, microsystems/MEMS, microelectromechanical systems, organic electronics
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'''Keywords''': integrated circuits, analog integrated circuit design, adaptive filtering and signal processing, microsystems/MEMS, microelectromechanical systems, organic electronics  
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Mixed Signal Integrated Circuit Design

Our group’s research is concerned with various aspects of mixed-signal circuit design, including device level modeling and system design. While current work focuses on digital calibration algorithms for data converters, a recurring theme in all projects is the attempt to capitalize the immense digital signal processing capabilities that are available in fine line technologies. The vision of this group is to demonstrate a new class of “digitally assisted” analog circuits and sensor front-ends, based on minimalistic analog blocks that leverage digital processing for performance recovery or enhancement.

Keywords: integrated circuits, analog integrated circuit design, adaptive filtering and signal processing, microsystems/MEMS, microelectromechanical systems, organic electronics

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