Welcome

 

Welcome to VLSI Lab at Columbia University. We work on novel design techniques and methodologies for better energy efficiency, performance and robustness of highly integrated circuits and systems. We build and charaterize hardware, often in the form of integrated circuits, like the one of the Intel microprocessors in the picture (or smaller). Please visit our research page and publication list to get a sense of research that we are involved with. We are also collaborating with faculty members in Columbia Integrated Systems Lab, Computer Engineering Program and EE department.

Latest news

Apr, 2014: We will present two papers in 2014 International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design (ISLPED). Congrats Josh!
Mar, 2014: We will present a paper on the ultra-low-power variation-tolerant microprocessor in 2014 Symposium on VLSI Circuits (VLSI). Congrats Josh!
Feb, 2014: We will present a paper on the in-field and direct aging monitoring technique in 2014 Design Automation Conference (DAC). Congrats Jiangyi!
Dec, 2013: Prof. Seok starts to serve as the Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I.
Oct, 2013: We will present a paper on the ultra-compact and voltage-scalable temperature sensors in 2014 ISSCC. Congrats Teng and Josh!
Sep, 2013: Our patent on ultra-compact and picowatt voltage reference circuits is commercially licensed
Aug, 2013: Prof. Seok will present an invited paper in 2013 S3S conference
May, 2013: Prof. Seok serves as a co-chair of the student design contest in 2013 ISLPED
May, 2013: Prof. Seok serves as a TPC member for 2013 ISLPED
May, 2013: We will present a paper in 2013 ISLPED this September. Congrats Yu!
Mar, 2013: We will present a paper in 2013 ASYNC. Congrats Jian!