2006 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to physical design automation of very large scale integrated (VLSI) circuits.
His primary scientific interests are in Routing, Integrated circuit design, Physical design, Algorithm and Electronic engineering. His research in Routing intersects with topics in Application-specific integrated circuit, Metric, Mathematical optimization, Floorplan and Integrated circuit layout. His Integrated circuit design study incorporates themes from Place and route, Net, Steiner tree problem and Parallel computing.
The Physical design study combines topics in areas such as Distributed computing, Design for manufacturability and Benchmark. His study on Algorithm also encompasses disciplines like
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Routing, Electronic engineering, Mathematical optimization, Algorithm and Integrated circuit design. His Routing research incorporates elements of Metric, Physical design, Steiner tree problem, Very-large-scale integration and Integrated circuit layout. His research integrates issues of Delay calculation, Elmore delay, Buffer and Interconnection in his study of Electronic engineering.
His Algorithm research includes themes of Heuristics, Set, Speedup and Cluster analysis. His research investigates the connection between Cluster analysis and topics such as Netlist that intersect with problems in Theoretical computer science. Charles J. Alpert has researched Integrated circuit design in several fields, including Process, Placement, Computer hardware and Slew rate.
Charles J. Alpert spends much of his time researching Routing, Electronic engineering, Physical design, Integrated circuit design and Real-time computing. His Routing research includes elements of Distributed computing, Computer engineering, Metric, Steiner tree problem and Netlist. His Metric research integrates issues from Mathematical optimization, Network topology, Application-specific integrated circuit and Data mining.
His Electronic engineering research incorporates elements of Lithography and Electrical engineering, Integrated circuit. His Physical design research incorporates themes from Macro, Design flow and Benchmark. His Integrated circuit design research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Function, Process and Coupling.
His main research concerns Routing, Physical design, Placement, Benchmark and Suite. The various areas that he examines in his Routing study include Distributed computing and Metric. His Physical design study frequently involves adjacent topics like Integrated circuit design.
Charles J. Alpert combines subjects such as Standard cell, Timing closure, Design closure and Parallel computing with his study of Placement. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Smoothing, Algorithm, Reliability engineering and Electronic design automation. Charles J. Alpert has included themes like Application-specific integrated circuit, Computer engineering, Real-time computing, Very-large-scale integration and Datapath in his Benchmark study.
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Recent directions in netlist partitioning: a survey
Charles J. Alpert;Andrew B. Kahng.
The ISPD98 circuit benchmark suite
Charles J. Alpert.
international symposium on physical design (1998)
Multilevel circuit partitioning
C.J. Alpert;Jen-Hsin Huang;A.B. Kahng.
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (1998)
A clock distribution network for microprocessors
P.J. Restle;T.G. McNamara;D.A. Webber;P.J. Camporese.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2001)
Buffer insertion for noise and delay optimization
C.J. Alpert;A. Devgan;S.T. Quay.
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (1999)
Wire segmenting for improved buffer insertion
Charles Alpert;Anirudh Devgan.
design automation conference (1997)
Handbook of Algorithms for Physical Design Automation
Charles J. Alpert;Dinesh P. Mehta;Sachin S. Sapatnekar.
Spectral Partitioning: The More Eigenvectors, The Better
Charles J. Alpert;So-Zen Yao.
design automation conference (1995)
Spectral partitioning with multiple eigenvectors
Charles J. Alpert;Andrew B. Kahng;So-Zen Yao.
Discrete Applied Mathematics (1999)
RC delay metrics for performance optimization
C.J. Alpert;A. Devgan;C.V. Kashyap.
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (2001)
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