Conduct cutting-edge research and human resource development in silicon implementation of high-throughput communication systems and computer-aided design of mixed-signal microelectronic systems.
What We Offer
- Computer-aided Technologies
- Software tools
- Theoretical foundations
- Design smaller, cheaper, reliable, high performance, and energy-efficient mixed-signal microchips
- Silicon implementation of high-throughput communication systems
- Ability to change your life
Silicon Systems Research Laboratory (SSRL) is dedicated to the development of computer-aided technologies, software tools and theoretical foundations for designing smaller, cheaper, reliable, high performance and energy-efficient mixed-signal microchips, as well as to silicon implementation of high-throughput communication systems.
Our graduates are working in Motorola, Lucent Technologies Bell Labs, VLSI Technology, Rockwell, Synopsys, Cadence, and Microsoft. Our research is sponsored by DARPA, Air Force Research Laboratory, NSF, Conexant Design Systems, Intel Corporation, Synopsys, and Avant! Corporation.
SRL Research Laboratory is located in Sieg Hall Room 112 and is directed by Prof. Richard Shi.
What We Do
We are working on silicon implementation and computer-aided design.
Our project involves cutting-edge research and human resource development.
Meet the Team
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Learn about our research sponsors
With sincere appreciation for their support of research, advocacy and outreach programs, the SSRL lab would like to thank the following corporate, foundation and community supporters for their generosity:
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Learn about our industrial collaborators
Our industrial partners play a vital role in providing their unique expertise in chip discovery and the community of collaborators working with us.
Many years of experience from industry’s best-practice and know how are helping the SSRL lab to deliver a constant stream of high-quality outputs,
for the benefit of the Global community working on early stage chip discovery.
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