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explores emerging technologies for

high-performance communication and bio-medical/environment sensors
. Research 
focus is on the design of 
analog
integrated circuits with multiple layers of system abstraction 
in mind, from 
algorithms
 and system architectures to circuit 
techniques and devices. 
Our main research area is analog interface for medical and CMOS sensors,  phase-locked loops (PLL), analog-to-digital converters (ADCs)





  • 연구 분야: 아날로그 회로 설계 - 바이오 메디컬/ 센서 / 유무선 통신/ 메모리 및 SoC



                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
                                                                                                                                           

News

  • Dongin's work accepted to VLSI 2017 Dongin's work on supply noise insensitive PLL with a Rail-to-Rail Swing Ring Oscillator and a Wideband Noise Suppression Loop is accepted to symposium on VLSI circuits 2017.
    Posted Mar 27, 2017, 9:30 PM by CCSLab Kaist
  • Myungjun's work accepted to VLSI 2017 Myungjun's work on an ultra-low power sub-bandgap reference is accepted to symposium on VLSI circuits 2017.
    Posted Mar 27, 2017, 11:04 PM by CCSLab Kaist
  • Jinseok's work accepted to CICC 2017 Jinseok's work on a high input impedance analog front-end for low-power biopotential acquisition is accepted to CICC2017.
    Posted Mar 15, 2017, 2:19 AM by CCSLab Kaist
  • Hyun-ik's work presented at ISSCC 2016 Hyun-ik's work on double reference injected MDLL with self-calibration was presented at ISSCC 2016 in San Francisco.
    Posted Feb 14, 2016, 5:12 PM by SeongHwan Cho
  • SeongHwan Cho is a Distinguished Lecturer of IEEE SSCS Prof. Cho has been selected as a Distinguished Lecturer of IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society.He will serve from 2015 ~ 2016. 
    Posted Mar 15, 2015, 7:47 PM by SeongHwan Cho
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