|Advance Analog IC Design|
Advance Analog IC Design
Master Trainer : Prof Willy Sansen, KU Leuven, Belgium
3-4th May 2011
Location : Singapore
Target Audience : Analog IC Design Engineer
The course will consist of a series of lectures on topics leading to advanced analog IC design of circuit blocks for communications applications. All lectures are in PowerPoint format. The lecture notes are taken from the book “Analog Design Essentials (Springer), which is handed out to the participants.
DAY 1 Topics:
Noise analysis of elementary stages
Minimum-power design of operational amplifiers
Most-used opamp configurations
Fully-differential operational amplifiers
DAY 2 Topics:
Offset and CMRR; random and systematic
Distortion in elementary transistor circuits
About Prof Willy Sansen
Willy Sansen has received the MSc degree in Electrical Engineering from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in 1967 and the PhD degree in Electronics from the University of California, Berkeley in 1972.
He has been a full professor at the 2.U.Leuven since 1980. During the period 1984-1990 he was the head of the Electrical Engineering Department. Since 1984 he has headed the ESAT-MICAS laboratory on analog design, which counts about sixty members and which is mainly active in research projects with industry. He is a fellow of the IEEE.
Prof.Sansen is a member of several editorial and program committees of journals and conferences. He is cofounder and organizer of the workshops on Advances in Analog Circuit Design (AACD) in Europe. He is a member of the executive and program committees of the IEEE ISSCC conference. He was program chair of the ISSCC-2002 conference. He is president of the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society from January 2008 on.
He has been involved in design automation and in numerous analog integrated circuit designs for telecommunications, consumer electronics, medical applications and sensors. He has been supervisor of sixtyfive PhD theses in these fields. He has authored and coauthored more than 660 papers in international journals and conference proceedings and fifteen books among which “Analog Design Essentials” (Springer 2006).
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