Research Group

A research group is a group of researchers from the same field working together on a particular issue or topic. Research groups may be composed of researchers all from the same academic unit/subject or from different subjects within a university. At the SoME, UniMAP we also encourage our research groups to collaborate with each other across disciplines to make the most of our incredible knowledge base of expertise. In this way we hope to stretch boundaries, challenge traditional ways of thinking, and innovate towards finding new solutions to problems.

ICASe




The Integrated Circuits and Systems Design (ICASe) Group in the School of Microelectronic Engineering conducts research in various areas of analogue and digital circuits and systems. Among the potential research topics are such as:

  • Analogue and mixed-signal IP design: energy harvesting, power management for micro devices, sensors interface circuit, RF design.
  • Digital circuit and system design: FPGA design, arithmetic optimization, reconfigurable computer architectures, bioinformatics.
  • Energy saving digital signal processing (DSP) architectures: biomedical application, autonomous navigation, smart surveillance, wireless sensors network.
  • Low power algorithm and architecture for wireless multimedia application: mobile video communication, image processing, smart video surveillance, autonomous vehicle navigation, wireless sensor video network.
  • IP design for System-on-Chip: low power mobile communication, multimedia processing.

The ICASe group welcomes approaches from potential postgraduate students who are interested in studying for M.Sc. or PhD degree with the group. We are also keen on collaborative research with companies and academic groups who share common interest in state-of-the-art research in the area of analogue and digital integrated circuits.

MiNE




The MiNE research group in the School of Microelectronic Engineering conducts research in various areas of microelctronic fabrications. Our research concentrates in the following major areas:

  • New device and integrated circuit structures, including advanced component development and process modeling
  • Studies of hot electron transport in small geometry devices and the physics of scaled devices
  • Device processing including diffusion, lithography, rapid thermal processing, plasma etching, remote plasma, and thermal chemical vapor deposition of silicon and related film
  • Advanced crystal growth of compound semiconductor materials, including III-V multiple heterojunction structures, employing MBE and MOCVD

The MiNE group welcomes approaches from potential postgraduate students who are interested in studying for M.Sc. or PhD degree with the group. We are also keen on collaborative research with companies and academic groups who share common interest in state-of-the-art research in the area of microelectronic fabrications.

SPILS




The SPILS group in the School of Microelectronic Engineering conducts research in numerous theoretical and experimental areas, including optical information processing, nanophotonics, biomedical imaging and sensing, and optoelectronics. Among the potential research topics are such as:

  • Optical communications devices through the development of wavelength scale structures to guide, trap and collect light out to the fundamental physics of photonic quantum information
  • New device structures for optoelectronic and photonic applications, and for microwave and millimeter-wave devices
  • New approaches to device packaging and interconnects, including optical interconnects
  • Instrumentation engineering
  • The science of optical and ultrasonic waves - the creation, detection and manipulation of waves
  • Light/ultrasound/matter interactions - exploiting the way light and ultrasound

The SPILS group welcomes approaches from potential postgraduate students who are interested in studying for M.Sc. or PhD degree with the group. We are also keen on collaborative research with companies and academic groups who share common interest in state-of-the-art research  in the area of photonics, applications and materials.

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