The Integrated Nanoelectronics group is led by Associate Professor Farshad Moradi. This group focuses on aggressively lowering the energy consumption of integrated electronics using device and circuit co-design. The main research focus of this group includes biomedical IC design e.g. brain implants, brain-tech computing e.g. neuromorphic computing, energy harvesting, e.g. batteryless IoTs, and memories e.g. spintronic memories.
ICELab, the lab that is anchored to my group's activities, is equipped with advanced measurement tools required for device and chip characterizations including Probe-Station, Wirebonding Machine, PCB machine, Network Analyzer, Signal Analyzer up to 30 GHz, (Arbitrary) Signal generators, pattern generator, oscilloscope etc.