Searched for: subject%3A%22CMOS%22
(1 - 20 of 163)

Pages

document
Vlachogiannakis, G. (author)
Abundant research reported in the literature has indicated that broadband dielectric spectroscopy (BDS), i.e., the measurement of material permittivity versus frequency, can serve a broad range of applications, including, but not limited to, biomedical, food, automotive, and agricultural industries. Adopting this technique in real-life...
doctoral thesis 2022
document
Romijn, J. (author), Vollebregt, S. (author), Middelburg, L.M. (author), el Mansouri, B. (author), van Zeijl, H.W. (author), May, Alexander (author), Erlbacher, Tobias (author), Zhang, Kouchi (author), Sarro, Pasqualina M (author)
The wide bandgap of silicon carbide (SiC) has attracted a large interest over the past years in many research fields, such as power electronics, high operation temperature circuits, harsh environmental sensing, and more. To facilitate research on complex integrated SiC circuits, ensure reproducibility, and cut down cost, the availability of a...
journal article 2022
document
Patra, B (author)
Quantum computers can provide exponential speedup in solving certain computational problems pertaining to drug discovery, cybersecurity, weather forecasting, etc. Although a quantum computer with just 50-qubits has been shown to surpass the computing power of the best supercomputers in specific applications, millions of qubits would be required...
doctoral thesis 2021
document
de Jong, Lennart (author)
A key issue in current quantum computing interfaces is the dense interconnect between electronics at cryogenic temperature (CT) and room temperature (RT). Recently, progress has been made to move more control electronics from RT to CT, reducing interconnect overhead. The next step towards minimal interconnect is a direct wireline interface...
master thesis 2021
document
Fakkel, Niels (author)
With the current advancements in quantum computing moving more circuitry into the cryogenic chamber there is a need for high-speed connectivity between the cryogenic and room temperature environment. Studies conducted to date have achieved high-speed links of multiple Gb/s utilizing a single CMOS chip at room temperature, yet a Cryo-CMOS...
master thesis 2021
document
van Dijk, J.P.G. (author)
Quantum computers have gained widespread interest as they can potentially solve problems that are intractable even for today’s supercomputers, such as the simulation of quantum systems as initially proposed by Feynman. To achieve such tremendous progress, a quantum computer relies on processing the information stored in quantum bits (qubits),...
doctoral thesis 2021
document
Abarca Prouza, A.N. (author)
This thesis describes the integration of temperature sensors into a CMOS image sensor (CIS). The temperature sensors provide the in-situ temperature of the pixels as well as the thermal distribution of the pixel array. The temperature and the thermal distribution are intended to be used to compensate for dark current affecting the CIS. Two...
doctoral thesis 2021
document
del Rivero Cortázar, Aitor (author)
The need to understand how the brain works has sparked interest in electrode arrays to record neural signals. Intracellular recordings with nanoelectrodes that penetrate the cell allow better signal quality and additional functions such as voltage clamping to set the neuron's transmembrane voltage. The voltage clamp aims to facilitate the...
master thesis 2021
document
GUNAPUTI SREENIVASULU, Aishwarya (author)
Quantum computing offers exponential speed-up for problems that are computationally intractable with classical computing. However, quantum processors with thousands to millions of quantum bits (qubits) are needed. Room-temperature electronics are used to control and readout today's qubits operating at cryogenic temperature. As the number of...
master thesis 2021
document
van der Velden, Joram (author)
This work proposes an energy harvesting platform that is able to convert power from both DC sources (photo-voltaic cells and TEGs) as well as piezo element sources. It does so only using a single input channel to which a single harvester can be connected. The proposed system is able to differentiate between the two source...
master thesis 2021
document
Tang, Adrian (author), Alonso Del Pino, M. (author), Kim, Yanghyo (author), Zhang, Yan (author), Reck, Theodore (author), Jung-Kubiak, Cecile (author), Nemchick, Deacon (author), Dyer, Logan (author), Virbila, Gabriel (author), Chattopadhyay, Goutam (author), Chang, Mau Chung Frank (author)
This paper presents an overview of a sub-orbital flight demonstration with a 183 GHz and 540–600 GHz limb-sounding instrument aboard a stratospheric ballooncraft. The 183 GHz band provides soundings of stratospheric H 2 O and is implemented with a hybrid CMOS-InP receiver architecture which provides excellent sensitivity while remaining compact ...
journal article 2021
document
Romijn, J. (author), Vollebregt, S. (author), van Zeijl, H.W. (author), Zhang, Kouchi (author), Leijtens, Johan (author), Sarro, Pasqualina M (author)
In this paper we present a sun position sensor platform with a scalable approach for the 3D integration of the sensor optics. This would facilitate the sun position sensor miniaturization, reduces fabrication cost and mitigates the need for sensor calibration. The sun position sensor platform is implemented in a seven mask BICMOS technology with...
conference paper 2021
document
Martins Da Ponte, R. (author), Gaio, N. (author), van Zeijl, H.W. (author), Vollebregt, S. (author), Dijkstra, Paul (author), Dekker, R. (author), Serdijn, W.A. (author), Giagka, Vasiliki (author)
One of the many applications of organ-on-a-chip (OOC) technology is the study of biological processes in human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) during pharmacological drug screening. It is of paramount importance to construct OOCs equipped with highly compact in situ sensors that can accurately monitor, in real time, the extracellular...
journal article 2021
document
Huang, Zhenyan (author), Tang, Z. (author), Yu, Xiao Peng (author), Shi, Zheng (author), Lin, Ling (author), Tan, Nick Nianxiong (author)
This brief presents a 0.65% relative inaccuracy CMOS temperature sensor with a duty-cycle-modulated (DCM) output. It uses a BJT-based front-end to generate a proportional to absolute temperature voltage (V_{PTAT}) and a complementary to absolute temperature voltage (V_{CTAT}), which are then modulated to a digital-friendly duty-cycle output....
journal article 2021
document
Poehls, L. M.Bolzani (author), Fieback, M. (author), Hoffmann-Eifert, S. (author), Copetti, T. (author), Brum, E. (author), Menzel, S. (author), Hamdioui, S. (author), Gemmeke, T. (author)
Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) technology has been scaled down over the last forty years making possible the design of high-performance applications, following the predictions made by Gordon Moore and Robert H. Dennard in the 1970s. However, there is a growing concern that device scaling, while maintaining cost-effective...
journal article 2021
document
Romijn, J. (author), Middelburg, L.M. (author), Vollebregt, S. (author), el Mansouri, B. (author), van Zeijl, H.W. (author), May, Alexander (author), Erlbacher, Tobias (author), Zhang, Kouchi (author), Sarro, Pasqualina M (author)
Accurately sensing the temperature in silicon carbide (power) devices is of great importance to their reliable operation. Here, temperature sensors by resistive and CMOS structures are fabricated and characterized in an open silicon carbide CMOS technology. Over a range of 25-200°C, doped design layers have negative temperature coefficients of...
conference paper 2021
document
't Hart, P.A. (author), Babaie, M. (author), Vladimirescu, A. (author), Sebastiano, F. (author)
This work presents a self-heating study of a 40-nm bulk-CMOS technology in the ambient temperature range from 300 K down to 4.2 K. A custom test chip was designed and fabricated for measuring both the temperature rise in the MOSFET channel and in the surrounding silicon substrate, using the gate resistance and silicon diodes as sensors,...
journal article 2021
document
Han, L. (author), Theuwissen, A.J.P.A.M. (author)
This letter introduces a Gm-cell-based CMOS image sensor (CIS) achieving deep subelectron noise performance. The CIS presents a new compensation block and low-noise current source to improve the performance of the Gm pixel. Furthermore, an optional first-order IIR filter is implemented to improve the output swing. The conversion gain, full...
journal article 2021
document
Carimatto, A.J. (author)
Multi Digital Silicon Photon Multipliers (MDSiPM), as image sensors, are utilized to calculate and estimate the properties of the incident light. These properties include spatial location of hits, intensity or number of photons and time of arrival. Some characteristics can be more important than others depending upon the problem at hand. Among...
doctoral thesis 2020
document
Middelburg, L.M. (author)
doctoral thesis 2020
Searched for: subject%3A%22CMOS%22
(1 - 20 of 163)

Pages