|MicroSystem Research Laboratory||Chiueh, Tzi-Dar||
MicroSystem Research Laboratory (MSRL), administered by Prof. Tzi-Dar Chiueh, is situated in Room 329, EE II Building. MSRL is actively working on the algorithm, architecture, and IC implementation of baseband signal processing in communications, digital signal processing, spread spectrum communications, and digital IC design. Software tools such as MATLAB, C++, SYNOPSYS, CADENCE are frequently used in the research cycle. Ongoing researches include B5G/6G baseband processing and IC. Researches on neural network IC and applications plus autoML are also underway.
|Electronic Circuits Lab||Liu, Shen-Iuan||
Electronic Circuits Laboratory, located at room 328, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University, is instructed by Professor Shen-Iuan Liu. This laboratory has been divided, in terms of research fields, into three groups; A/D (Analog-to-Digital Converter), PLL/DLL (Phase-Locked-Loop and Delay-Locked-Loop), and Clock/Data Recovery. Research instruments, comprising of workstations and PCs, and simulation software, comprising Microwave Office, HSPICE, and Cadence, have been setup up to now at Electronic Circuits Laboratory, intended to provide researchers with an excellent environment, while measure instruments, such as network analyzer, RF generator, and probe station, are setup at Analog Circuits Laboratory, situated at room 327. Still other measurement instruments with better performance are to be purchased, with intend of supplying with an even better measurement environment.
|Access IC Lab||Wu, An-Yeu (Andy)||
Led by Prof. An-Yeu (Andy) Wu, Access IC Design Lab is located at Room 232, EE building II, National Taiwan University. "Advanced Digital Signal Processing Research Team" and "Reliable Communication on Chip Research Team" are two research teams of Access IC Design Lab. The former team focuses on digital broadband communication systems. The main challenges are achieving high throughput rate, low power, and low bits/packets error rate. The research topics include multi-mode operations algorithm, FEC circuits design, and high throughput equalizer architecture. The latter team concentrates on reliable transmission on chip and the corresponding circuit designs because of the issues of process variation and reliability. The researches include on-chip network, fault-tolerant circuit design, and noise-tolerant circuit design. The Access IC Lab is now conducting the following research projects: -- SoC Design of Advanced Multimedia-over-IP Handheld Device for Heterogeneous Wireless Network Environments; -- Advanced wireless medical imaging microsystem; -- On-Chip Communication Circuits and Systems for Trillion-Transistor-Scale SoC Design; -- The development of noise-tolerant circuits for Trillion-Transistor Scale SoC Design; -- High-Performance DSP Engine Design for 10GBase-T Ehernet System; -- Construction of Advanced MIMO-OFDM Technology Development.
|Analog Design and System Integration Lab||Lu, Liang-Hung||
Established in 2002 and directed by Dr. Liang-Hung Lu, the Analog Design and System Integration Lab is located in Room 403, BL Hall, National Taiwan University. The research interest is focused on analysis and design of RF/microwave integrated circuits, high-speed mixed-mode integrated circuits and low-power electronics.
|High-Speed Circuits Lab||Lee, Tai-Cheng||
High-speed circuits Lab (EEII-333) focuses on the research of the high-speed mixed-signal and analog circuit design, including data converters, Equalizer, PLL systems and RF circuits.
|EE2-333 Lab||Lin, Tsung-Hsien||
Located in EE2-333, this Lab is directed by Prof. Tsung-Hsien Lin. The main focus of this research lab is to develop circuit and system techniques and implement advanced analog/RF/mixed-signal ICs. The topics currently under pursuing are: wireless communication circuits (e.g. transmitter, receiver, PLL, etc.) and micro-sensor interface circuits. In addition, the delta-sigma ADC is also an interest to the group. Combination of the above research subjects sets the foundation for developing future wireless bio-medical systems.
|Dr. Jri Lee's Research Lab||Lee, Jri||
Our research interests focus on the design and analysis of next generation's wireless and wirelined communication ICs, as well as circuit techniques for analog and mixed-signal applications. Projects are chosen in accordance with technology trends, and are highly correlated with the interest of industry. Current research activities include broadband data communications (OC-768), ultra-wide band (UWB) wireless transceivers, 60-GHz RF designs, high-speed high-resolution A/D and D/A converters, system and device modeling and high-speed low-power I/Os.
|Applied Microwave Technology Lab||Chen, Yi-Jan||
AMTG (Applied Microwave Technology Group) in the Graduate Institute of Electronics Engineering and Graduate Institute of Communication Engineering, National Taiwan University, focuses on the research related to RF/Microwave IC and module development, advanced packaging technique, gigascale interconnect, system integration (SOP System-on-Package, MEMS-RF), Power Management, and display-related IC. In addition to academic emphasis, AMTG also looks for close collaboration with industry. We are interested in a variety of IC technology including CMOS, SiGe BiCMOS, and other III-V technology. The core technology will be developed to meet the challenges of the existing and emerging wireless, wireline, biomedical, and display applications.
|Media IC and System Lab||Chien, Shao-Yi||
The Media IC and System Lab is led by Prof. Shao-Yi Chien and is located at Room 421, BL Building, National Taiwan University. The research direction is system design and chip implementation of multimedia systems, from algorithm level, module hardware architecture level, system architecture level, to chip design level. Currently, the research topics of Media IC and System Lab cover graphics processing unit (GPU) chip design, image signal processor (ISP) for image sensors, intelligent video processing, and Digital TV chip set design.
|Mixed-Signal IC Lab||Chen, Hsin-Shu||
The research focus on: - Low-Voltage, Low-Power, High-Resolution CMOS Data Converters (ADC/DAC) - Pipeline, Flash, SAR , Two-Step, Sigma-Delta ADC - Current-Steering Segmented , R-2R DAC - Switched-Capacitor , PWM DC-DC Converters - Mixed-Signal Space Chips for 6G Cellular Communication - PUF-based Hardware Security Chips - Phased-Locked Loop (PLL) /Delay-Locked Loop (DLL) - Low-Jitter Clock Generator
|Microwave circuits andSystem-on-Package Lab||Lu, Hsin-Chia||
Microwave circuits and System-on-Package Lab (MCSOP Lab) is directed by Dr. Hsin-Chia Lu. The main research direction of MCSOP Lab focuses on the active and passive microwave circuit design and their integration from the packaging point of view. We also develop software tools required during design process. We also develop multi-port scattering measurement and calibration techniques
|Laboratory for Data Processing Systems||Lu, Yi-Chang||
The members in Laboratory for Data Processing Systems (BL-430) are developing information technology for next generation data processing systems. This inter-disciplinary research is a fusion of statistical science, computer algorithms, and digital circuits/systems. Our expertise in digital design, by pushing the advantages of parallelism and pipelining techniques to the extreme, can make high performance data processing very energy efficient. Currently, we are particularly interested in designing data processing systems for data collected from large camera arrays and sequencing machines.
|THz Integrated Circuits and Systems Lab||Li, Chun-Hsing||
THz Integrated Circuits and Systems Lab is devoted to developing advanced RF, millimeter-wave, and THz integrated circuits and systems. The ongoing research topics are listed, but not limited to, as follows: (1) RF, mm-wave, and THz integrated circuit designs. (2) High-efficiency and broadband THz antennas, low-loss and broadband THz packaging techniques, and low-loss THz transmission lines. (3) High-performance THz phased-array transceivers. (4) THz imaging radars and THz high-speed wireless communication systems. (5) 5G/B5G/6G wireless communication systems. (6) Low-noise amplifier, power amplifier, up-conversion/down-conversion mixer, VCO, frequency divider, frequency multiplier, phase shifter, SPST/SPDT switch, transistor EM modeling, etc. (7) Multi-band and high-efficiency RF energy harvesting systems and high-power wireless power transmission systems.