Research at the Department of Microelectronic Systems are focused on:
- Modeling, design, optimization and practical realization of semiconductor devices.
- Modeling, design, optimization and practical realization of analog and digital integrated CMOS circuits.
- Hardware implementation of image processing algorithms.
- Design and hardware implementation of integrated sensor networks in FPGA and ASICs.
- Artificial intelligence, evolutionary algorithms.
- Hardware and software realization of cryptographic algorithms.
- Techniques of electromagnetic shields in security systems.
- Fuzzy logic systems for the design of VLSI circuits.
The following projects have been realized:
· Methods of modeling, design and optimization of electronic circuits for ASIC.
· Theory and design procedures of monolithic Gm-C filters and RC continuous-time active filters.
· Analysis and optimization of nonlinear distortions and noise in continuous-time OTA-C filters.
· Theory and application of semiconductor devices and properties of materials used in electronics
· Methods of analysis and design of analog and digital integrated circuits.
· Modeling of field effect MOS transistors and novel usage of field effect in semiconductors.
· Experimental verification of single-section constant current model of field effect transistor.
· Methods of modeling, design and optimization of laser trimmed film resistors and resistive structures of distributed model.
· Application of FPGA circuits in cryptography.
· Parametric identification of farmakinetic system models. Optimization of excitations for parametric identification purposes.
Grants from Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (MNiSzW) and Polish State Scientific Research Committee (KBN):
Grant KBN No. R0201401: "Design and realization of integrated modules of sensor network in FPGA and ASIC technology for urban environment and traffic monitoring", years 2006 – 2009.
Grant No. 4230/B/T02/2008/34 MNiSzW: "Design and realization of specialized CMOS analog processor for real-time image processing", years 2008-2010.
Grant badawczy MNiSzW Nr 3 T11B 066 30: "Manufacture and carrying out theorethical and experimental researches on a novel structure of magnetic field sensor", years: 2006 – 2008.
Grant KBN No. 4 T11B 016 25: "Design methods and circuit realizations of continuous-time programmable analog CMOS filters for multi-system integrated receivers for wireless communication", years 2003-2005.
Grant KBN No. 4 T11B 019 24: " Novel simulation techniques for switched power converting systems", years 2003 – 2006.
Grant KBN No. 3 T11B 082 26: "Design of low voltage analog CMOS filters with signal compression", years: 2004-2006.
Grant KBN No. 7 T11B 004 20: "Programmable, mixed analog-digital circuits in current mode", years 2001-2003.
Grant KBN No. 7 T11B 048 20: "Application of division methods and task queuing for power reduction in CMOS circuits", years 2001- 2002.
Grant KBN No. 8T11B 037 16: "Design and circuit realization of CMOS and BiCMOS analog blocks for functional path of cellular phone receiver", years 1999 –2002.
Grant no. 8S50102407, "Design methods and circuit realization of analog integrated CMOS ASIC filters with automatic compensation of parameters" - years 1994-1996.
Grant no. 8T11B01114, "Methods of design and realization of integrated analog CMOS and BiCMOS circuits in programmable structures", years 1998-1999.
Grant no. 801059101, "Synthesis and design of digital circuits, filtering circuits and quasi-neural MOS with artificial intelligence methods", years: 1992-1994.
Agreement with Intel Technology Poland, No. ITP-WETI-ASIC-R-2003-Q3: "Coprocesor CMOS ASIC".
Agreement No. 015459 with Intel Technology Poland, No. ITP-TUG-2001/2002-2, "Quality of Service (QoS) Hardware Building Block: FPGA Implementation".
Agreement with Chonbuk National University, Electrical & Electronics Circuits and Systems Research Institute, South Korea Development of Analog Integrated Circuits for Low-Voltage & Low-Power". Protocol The Third Session of Polish-Korean Joint Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation, July 27, 2001, Warsaw. (Programme of S&T Cooperation for the years 2001-2003).