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Highly-Parallel VLSI-Systems and Neuromorphic Circuits

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Research Topics

  • Multi-Processor Systems-on-Chip (MPSoCs)
    Circuits for base-IP in state-of-the-art CMOS technologies, complex infrastructure IP, design of parallel systems, physical implementation of MPSoC's, SoC design flow
  • Mixed-Signal Systems
    Architecture development and system modelling of analog-to-digital converters, high-resolution delta-sigma ADC's, SAR ADC's, image sensors
  • Neuromorphic Systems
    Communication backbones for large-scale neuromorphic systems, neuromorphic circuits, mapping of spiking networks onto large-scale neuromorphic systems

    Research Projects

    • Human Brain Project - This project will address the understanding of information processing in the human brain. The chair is part of the subproject "Neuromorphic Computing Platform" and will develop systems for high-speed pulse communication
      and digital neuromorphic circuits.
    • The BrainScaleS Projekt - Brain-inspired multiscale Computation in neuromorphic hybrid Systems (EU Project FP7-IST-FET)
      Project Homepage (Kirchhoff-Institut for Physics, Ruprecht-Karls-University of Heidelberg)
    • CoroNet Project - Coupling Activity Dynamics across biomimetic Brain Interfaces with neuromorphic VLSI (EU Project FP7-IST-FET)
    • CoolBaseStations - Energie efficient High-Speed On-Chip Datalinks and innovative Power-Management Techniques for MPSoCs
      (Teilvorhaben des CoolBaseStations Projektes im Rahmen der Spitzencluster-Initiative CoolSilicon)
    • CoolRF28 - On-Chip measurement circuits for application in complex SoCs
    • Enersave - Methodology for Design of energy efficient, verified Systems on Chip

    Finished Research Projects

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    last update November 29th 2013 - 09:24

    Contact
    Technische Universität Dresden
    Institute of Circuits and Systems


    Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil.
    René Schüffny

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    Rene.Schueffny@tu-dresden.de


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