Zach is currently in the Silicon Systems Research Laboratory working on an all digital delay locked loop using IBM's 14nm process. He is currently an undergraduate student at the University of Washington and will finish his B.S. in Electrical Engineering June 2014, with a focus on Digital VLSI.
Bohan is a junior pursuing a Bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering. He is currently working on the design and testing of FinFET-based 14nm delay-locked loop. Before joining silicon system lab, Wang spent a quarter on SEAL lab working on the Diet data record systems prototype. Wang has interests in both analog and digital VLSI design. He is planning to go to graduate school after graduation. When not dealing with circuits or writing codes, he enjoys running, reading and traveling.
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Shuowei is a senior student in Electrical Engineering in the Silicon Systems Research Laboratory at University of Washington, advised by professor C. J. Richard Shi. Her research focuses on (1)verification of complex mixed-signal circuits, (2)merging of digital virtual world and human body’s perception and action, especially for health monitoring. She would finish her B.S in Electrical Engineering from University of Washington in 2014, where she specialized in digital VLSI, and embedded systems. And she is going to start her PHD in EE at UW in Autumn 2014.
Ky joined UWEE's Silicon System Lab in Winter 2014. She is currently working with a group of undergraduate students researching topics related to nano-scale VLSI design and modeling for DLL. Ky will complete her undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering with Embedded System concentration in Winter 2015.
Tianen Jiang is an undergraduate student at the University of Washington. His major interests are Synthesis, Auto Place and Route, and Spice Simulation.
Yixin Huang is a senior student in Electrical Engineering at UW. She focus on Analog/Digital VLSI Design. She joined the Silicon System Lab in Spring 2014.
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Bin is a Junior of Electrical Engineering Department in University of Washington, who concentrated on Digital VLSI Design, Biomedical Instrumentation and Embedded Computer System. Bin joined the Silicon System lab since the spring quarter of 2014, and worked on the Delta-Sigma Frequency Synthesizer in 14nm project. His research interests include medical device development, IC design and neural engineering.