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System on Chip Seminar

Jan Rabaey

Jan Rabaey

Jan M. Rabaey is a Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at the University of California at Berkeley. His interests include virtually all aspects of the design of electronic circuits and systems, with special focus on the exploration of algorithms, architectures, and implementation of signal processing systems and the related design methodologies. Current research is directed towards various aspects of portable, distributed multimedia systems, including low-power design and wireless networking. He is the author of "Digital Integrated Circuits: A Design Perspective", a state-of-the art textbook on digital circuit design (Prentice Hall). He is also the editor/author of "Low Power Design Methodologies", a Kluwer book that presents an in-depth coverage on low-power design ranging from the technology up to the system level. Jan is the current director of the Industrial Liason Program (ILP) of the EECS department, and a co-founder of the Berkeley Wireless Research Center (BWRC). He is a fellow of the IEEE.


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