I maintain a broad interest in solving problems in the fields of analog and mixed-signal circuit design and integrated power management circuits using CMOS technology. We are growing a strong program in integrated power management circuits, and have current projects in low-power linear dropout regulators, switched-capacitor power converters, and inductor-based DC-to-DC converters.
The VLSI (Very-Large-Scale Integrated circuits) Laboratory at NMSU has two locations in Thomas and Brown Hall, Rm 308 and Rm 208. Three professors teach and do research in these laboratories with their students: Jaime Ramirez-Angulo, Paul M. Furth, and Wei Tang.
Below is a gallery of chips fabricated through our group.