His primary areas of investigation include Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, Optoelectronics, Computer hardware and Electrical conductor. His Electronic engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mixed-signal integrated circuit, Timer, Frequency divider, Signal and Pulse. His Electronic circuit, Phase, Charge transfer switch and Capacitor study in the realm of Electrical engineering connects with subjects such as Parasitic capacitance.
His Optoelectronics study also includes
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Computer hardware, Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, Flash memory and Registered memory. When carried out as part of a general Computer hardware research project, his work on Sense amplifier, Computer memory, Non-volatile memory and Auxiliary memory is frequently linked to work in Block, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Borrowing concepts from State, Christophe J. Chevallier weaves in ideas under Electronic engineering.
As part of the same scientific family, Christophe J. Chevallier usually focuses on Electrical engineering, concentrating on Optoelectronics and intersecting with Layer. His research integrates issues of Transistor and Leakage in his study of Flash memory. Christophe J. Chevallier interconnects Memory address, Memory refresh and Interleaved memory in the investigation of issues within Registered memory.
Electronic engineering, Semiconductor memory, Registered memory, Non-volatile memory and Integrated circuit are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Fuse, Open-circuit voltage, Voltage, Flash and Electrical conductor. Christophe J. Chevallier usually deals with Electrical conductor and limits it to topics linked to Pulse and Electrical engineering.
His Registered memory study contributes to a more complete understanding of Computer hardware. His Non-volatile memory study is concerned with the larger field of Optoelectronics. His studies in Memory refresh integrate themes in fields like Sense amplifier and Dynamic random-access memory.
Christophe J. Chevallier mostly deals with Electrical engineering, Electrical conductor, Optoelectronics, Resistive touchscreen and Electronic engineering. His Current and Memory array study in the realm of Electrical engineering interacts with subjects such as Data operations and Spark plug. As part of his studies on Electrical conductor, Christophe J. Chevallier often connects relevant subjects like Electrolyte.
He studies Optoelectronics, focusing on Non-volatile memory in particular. His Non-volatile memory research includes themes of Transistor, Memory cell, NAND gate and Layer, Substrate. His Electronic engineering research includes elements of Chip, Flash and Pulse.
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Trading Wind Generation From Short-Term Probabilistic Forecasts of Wind Power
P. Pinson;C. Chevallier;G.N. Kariniotakis.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2007)
Cross point memory array using multiple thin films
Darrell Rinerson;Steven W. Longcor;Edmond R. Ward;Steve Kuo-Ren Hsia.
Rewritable memory with non-linear memory element
Darrell Rinerson;Christophe J. Chevallier;Steven W. Longcor;Wayne Kinney.
Memory using mixed valence conductive oxides
Darrell Rinerson;Christophe J. Chevallier;Wayne Kinney;Roy Lambertson.
Method and circuitry for performing analog over-program and under-program detection for a multistate memory cell
Christophe J. Chevallier.
Clocking scheme and charge transfer switch for increasing the efficiency of a charge pump or other circuit
Christophe J. Chevallier;Vinod C. Lakhani.
Memory system having programmable control parameters
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Clock signal from an adjustable oscillator for an integrated circuit
Robert D. Norman;Christophe J. Chevallier.
Conductive memory device with conductive oxide electrodes
Darrell Rinerson;Steven W. Longcor;Steve Kuo-Ren Hsia;Wayne Kinney.
Discharge of conductive array lines in fast memory
Christophe Chevallier;Darrell Rinerson.
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