Integrated Circuits and Systems group, IIT Madras


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 +=====  Reserch programs at IIT Madras =====
 +  * Apply to our PhD and MS programs at You can find more information at [[http://​​~nagendra/​generalinfo-researchprograms.html|this link]]. ​
 ===== News ===== ===== News =====
-  * Vaibhav ​and Chakravarti have joined our groupA warm welcome to them+  * The paper **A 20 MHz Bandwidth Continuous-Time Delta-Sigma ADC Achieving 82.1 dB SNDR and >100 dB SFDR Using a Time-Interleaved Virtual-Ground-Switched FIR Feedback DAC** by Alok Baluni and Shanthi Pavan was presented at the IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference in Mar2020. This  paper won the **outstanding student paper award** at the conference, and will be presented at the plenary at CICC 2021. Congratulations Alok! 
-  * The paper **A 25-to-38GHz, 195dB FoMT LC QVCO in 65nm LP CMOS Using a 4-Port Dual-Mode Resonator for 5G Radios** by Abhishek Bhat and Nagendra Krishnapura is accepted for presentation ​at the 2019 International Solid-State Circuits Conference ​to be held in San Francisco in Feb. 2019+ 
 +  * The paper **An 800MHz-BW VCO-Based Continuous-Time Pipelined ADC with Inherent Anti-Aliasing and On-Chip Digital Reconstruction Filter** by Hajime Shibata,​..., ​and Shanthi Pavan was presented ​at the 2020 IEEE International Solid State Circuits Conference in San Francisco in Feb. 2020. 
 +  * [[http://​​vlsi/​_detail/​iscas2020papers.png|11 papers]] from the group have been accepted for presentation at the 2020 International Symposium on Circuits and Systems to be held in Seville, Spain in May 2020. Congratulations to all authors
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