Electronic and mixed signal circuit design research

The School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering at Arizona State University has a strong research program in electronic and mixed-signal circuit design. The curriculum includes five upper-division undergraduate courses and over 10 graduate-level courses in the area. This is an interdisciplinary group involving faculty in the Connection One Research Center, WinTech, and Center for Solid-State Electronics Research (CSSER).

With the support of semiconductor industry, and government agencies these centers have established a state-of-the-art educational program in VLSI design, modeling, mixed-signal and radio-frequency (RF) integrated circuits design.

Courses

Electronic, Mixed and Signal-Circuit Design Courses

EEE 425 – Digital Systems and Circuits
EEE 433 – Analog Integrated Circuits
EEE 498 – Constructionist Approach to Microprocessor Design
EEE 498-  Python for Rapid Engineering Solutions
EEE 521 – Low Power Bioelectronics
EEE 523 – Advanced Analog Integrated Circuits
EEE 524 – Communication Transceiver Circuits Design
EEE 525 – VLSI Design
EEE 526 – VLSI Architectures
EEE 527 – Analog-to-Digital Converters
EEE 598 – Switched Capacitor Circuit Design
EEE 598 – Advanced Biosensor Concepts
EEE 598 – MEMS Electrical Interface Circuits

RF and Microwave Courses

EEE 425 – Digital Systems and Circuits
EEE 433 – Analog Integrated Circuits
EEE 445 – Microwaves
EEE 525 – VLSI Design
EEE 545 – Microwave Circuit Design
EEE 547 – Microwave Solid-State Circuit Design I
EEE 647 – Microwave Solid-State Circuit Design II

Electronic and mixed signal circuit design faculty research interests