Academic Excellence

We are dedicated to quality education by integrating the latest technology and our research experience within the courses we teach: Programming, Digital Integrated Circuits, Computer Architecture and more.

Focus on Collaboration

The members of our laboratory value collaborations with undergraduate and graduate students for dissertation work in state-of-the-art research topics, including team projects.

Extra-Curricular Activity

We organize and support extra-curricular activity as a means for student skill development. We collaborate with Intel, Ixia, and Amiq Consulting to provide summer school courses on industry-relevant topics.

 

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The Digital Circuits and Architectures Laboratory brings together a group of highly experienced researchers from the fields of digital circuit design and computing. We focus on teaching related courses at the Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunication, and Information Technology as well as performing research in digital circuit design, parallel computing, electronic design automation, and other connected topics.

Academic Activity

The laboratory members teach the following undergraduate and graduate courses:

  • Computer Programming
  • Data Structures and Algorithms
  • Object-Oriented Programming
  • Digital Integrated Circuits
  • Digital Integrated Circuits Project
  • Computer Architecture
  • Advanced Digital Blocks
  • Functional Electronics

We also organize the following summer school activities:

  • FPGA Design (in collaboration with Ixia)
  • Performance Analysis and Optimization (in collaboration with Intel)
  • Digital Circuit Verification (in collaboration with Amiq Consulting)

We also coordinate student projects for bachelor thesis and master’s dissertation, which are integrated with the research activity of the laboratory.

Research Activity

The research activity of the laboratory covers several areas and we strive to integrate our research and academic work by providing the necessary infrastructure to students and guidance in topics relevant to the laboratory. We also actively seek out collaborations with the microelectronics and IT industry. Our collaboration with Ixia has so far resulted in several dissertation and bachelors thesis, as well as 4 published papers and one USPTO patent on software technologies.