2016 - Semiconductor Industry Association University Researcher Award
His primary scientific interests are in Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, Electronic circuit, Low-power electronics and Voltage. He studies Integrated circuit design which is a part of Electronic engineering. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Electrical engineering, Power Management Unit and Wireless sensor network is strongly linked to Energy harvesting.
His work focuses on many connections between Electronic circuit and other disciplines, such as Very-large-scale integration, that overlap with his field of interest in Combinational logic and Soft error. His Low-power electronics research includes themes of Low voltage and Transistor. His Voltage study incorporates themes from Clock rate and Microprocessor.
David Blaauw focuses on Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering, CMOS, Electronic circuit and Voltage. David Blaauw has researched Electronic engineering in several fields, including Subthreshold conduction, Efficient energy use, Low-power electronics and Leakage. His research on Low-power electronics frequently links to adjacent areas such as Low voltage.
His Electrical engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wireless and Wireless sensor network. His studies deal with areas such as Energy, Process variation, Chip and Static random-access memory as well as CMOS. His Electronic circuit research includes elements of Algorithm and Very-large-scale integration.
David Blaauw mostly deals with Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, CMOS, Capacitor and Voltage. David Blaauw works mostly in the field of Electrical engineering, limiting it down to topics relating to Wireless and, in certain cases, Wireless sensor network, as a part of the same area of interest. His Electronic engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Standby power, Energy harvesting, Energy, Successive approximation ADC and Efficient energy use.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Battery and Computer hardware in addition to CMOS. David Blaauw is interested in Transistor, which is a branch of Voltage. As part of one scientific family, David Blaauw deals mainly with the area of Transistor, narrowing it down to issues related to the Static random-access memory, and often Embedded system.
David Blaauw spends much of his time researching Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Embedded system, Voltage and Capacitor. His work in the fields of Electrical engineering, such as Amplifier, Power Management Unit, Voltage regulation and Voltage reference, overlaps with other areas such as Sensor node. His research in Electronic engineering is mostly concerned with Very-large-scale integration.
The Embedded system study combines topics in areas such as Elliptic curve cryptography, Frequency domain, Cryptography and Software-defined radio. He combines subjects such as Internal resistance, Leakage, Battery, Error detection and correction and Topology with his study of Voltage. In his research on the topic of Error detection and correction, Electronic circuit is strongly related with ARM architecture.
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Razor: a low-power pipeline based on circuit-level timing speculation
Dan Ernst;Nam Sung Kim;Shidhartha Das;Sanjay Pant.
international symposium on microarchitecture (2003)
Drowsy caches: simple techniques for reducing leakage power
Krisztián Flautner;Nam Sung Kim;Steve Martin;David Blaauw.
international symposium on computer architecture (2002)
Near-Threshold Computing: Reclaiming Moore's Law Through Energy Efficient Integrated Circuits
R.G. Dreslinski;M. Wieckowski;D. Blaauw;D. Sylvester.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2010)
RazorII: In Situ Error Detection and Correction for PVT and SER Tolerance
S. Das;C. Tokunaga;S. Pant;W.-H. Ma.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2009)
Combined dynamic voltage scaling and adaptive body biasing for lower power microprocessors under dynamic workloads
Steven M. Martin;Krisztian Flautner;Trevor Mudge;David Blaauw.
international conference on computer aided design (2002)
Statistical Timing Analysis for Intra-Die Process Variations with Spatial Correlations
Aseem Agarwal;David Blaauw;Vladimir Zolotov.
international conference on computer aided design (2003)
A self-tuning DVS processor using delay-error detection and correction
S. Das;D. Roberts;Seokwoo Lee;S. Pant.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (2006)
Theoretical and practical limits of dynamic voltage scaling
Bo Zhai;David Blaauw;Dennis Sylvester;Krisztian Flautner.
design automation conference (2004)
Razor: circuit-level correction of timing errors for low-power operation
D. Ernst;S. Das;S. Lee;D. Blaauw.
IEEE Micro (2004)
Statistical Timing Analysis: From Basic Principles to State of the Art
D. Blaauw;K. Chopra;A. Srivastava;L. Scheffer.
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (2008)
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