Microelectronics Circuits and Analogue Devices

Work within the Microelectronic Circuits and Analogue Devices Research Group aims to exploit the behaviour of devices and simple circuits to create efficient implementations of useful functions. This approach was originally inspired by the effectiveness and efficiency of neurobiological systems, particular the retina and the auditory system. Some of the work within the group is still related to biological systems. Other work is based upon the efficient use of every transistor in each circuit to fulfil the required function. We are particularliy interested in design of CMOS Image Sensors for wide dynamic range cameras, low power imagers, as well as computational imaging including tone mapping.

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