Integrated Circuits


Theme 2: Integrated Circuits

Our work focuses on CMOS-spintronic sensing interfaces circuits, allowing them to be manufactured as integrated Analog Front-End (AFE) including various circuits building blocks e.g. analogue-to-digital converters (ADC) and DC-DC converters for low-power and high-speed electronics systems. 
We are designing CMOS analog and mixed signal circuits for various applications e.g. biomedical and cryogenic electronics (Cryo-CMOS).

 [Project 12] EPSRC (EP/W032627/1), EPIQC: Empowering Practical Interfacing of Quantum Computing

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and more news:


 [Project 11] EPSRC QCS Hub - Cryogenic qubit control interface using analog/mixed-signal circuits and systems

Our meLAB receives funding in two new Innovate UK projects. The UKRI news:

[Project 10] The University of Glasgow lends support to £6.5M Quantum Computing Consortium. Read the news here: 

[Project 9] The University of Glasgow researchers contribute to £5.7M Quantum Computing Project. Read the news here: 

A diagram of the Cryo-CMOS Chip the Altnaharra consortium is setting out to develop

 [Project 8] EPSRC IAA and Wellcome Trust Translational Partnership, Novel handheld magnetic-based sensor for malaria diagnostic.