His primary areas of study are Field-programmable gate array, Routing, Biofuel, Parallel computing and Logic gate. His Field-programmable gate array study incorporates themes from Electronic circuit, Circuit design, Software pipelining and Multiplexer. His work in the fields of Place and route overlaps with other areas such as Lookup table.
His study in Biofuel is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Biomass, Energy consumption, Pulp and paper industry and Nitrogen. His Logic gate study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Computer architecture and Backplane. His studies deal with areas such as Pass transistor logic, Programmable logic device and Logic family as well as Logic optimization.
His primary scientific interests are in Computer hardware, Electronic engineering, Programmable logic device, Field-programmable gate array and Integrated circuit. His study in the field of Semiconductor memory is also linked to topics like Mode and Block. His Electronic engineering research focuses on Electronic circuit and how it relates to Voltage.
The Programmable logic device study combines topics in areas such as Logic synthesis, Simple programmable logic device, Logic family and Complex programmable logic device. His research integrates issues of Function block diagram, Sequential logic and Logic optimization in his study of Logic family. His Field-programmable gate array research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Routing and Parallel computing.
David Lewis mainly focuses on Biomass, Hydrothermal liquefaction, Pulp and paper industry, Tetraselmis and Biofuel. David Lewis has researched Biomass in several fields, including Salinity, Productivity, Algae, Anaerobic digestion and Renewable energy. David Lewis interconnects Distillation, Raw material, Batch reactor and Nitrogen in the investigation of issues within Hydrothermal liquefaction.
His Pulp and paper industry research includes themes of Biosolids, Yield and Aeration. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Environmental chemistry, Nutrient, Oedogonium and Aquatic plant. His Biofuel study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Wastewater, Environmental engineering, Effluent and Sewage treatment.
David Lewis mostly deals with Tetraselmis, Biomass, Biofuel, Pulp and paper industry and Hydrothermal liquefaction. His research in Tetraselmis intersects with topics in Environmental engineering, Growth medium, Environmental chemistry, Nutrient and Oedogonium. His Biomass research incorporates elements of Algae, Liquefaction, Scale, Waste product and Process engineering.
The various areas that he examines in his Biofuel study include Wastewater, Sonication, Aquatic plant and Sewage treatment. The Wastewater study combines topics in areas such as Bioremediation, Agronomy, Anaerobic digestion, Nutrient cycle and Biogas. His Sewage treatment research incorporates themes from Renewable energy and Culture of microalgae in hatcheries.
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Architecture of field-programmable gate arrays: the effect of logic block functionality on area efficiency
J. Rose;R.J. Francis;D. Lewis;P. Chow.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (1990)
Anaerobic digestion of algae biomass: A review
A.J. Ward;D.M. Lewis;F.B. Green.
Algal Research-Biomass Biofuels and Bioproducts (2014)
Disruption of microalgal cells for the extraction of lipids for biofuels: Processes and specific energy requirements
Andrew K. Lee;David M. Lewis;Peter J. Ashman.
Biomass & Bioenergy (2012)
Microbial flocculation, a potentially low-cost harvesting technique for marine microalgae for the production of biodiesel
Andrew K. Lee;David M. Lewis;Peter J. Ashman.
Journal of Applied Phycology (2009)
The Stratix II logic and routing architecture
David Lewis;Elias Ahmed;Gregg Baeckler;Vaughn Betz.
field programmable gate arrays (2005)
Using sparse crossbars within LUT
Guy Lemieux;David Lewis.
field programmable gate arrays (2001)
A time-multiplexed FPGA architecture for logic emulation
D. Jones;D.M. Lewis.
custom integrated circuits conference (1995)
Estimating the cost of desalination plants using a cost database
Michelle K. Wittholz;Brian K. O'Neill;Chris B. Colby;David Lewis.
Hector-a hierarchically structured shared memory multiprocessor
Z.G. Vranesic;M. Stumm;D.M. Lewis;R. White.
hawaii international conference on system sciences (1991)
Generating highly-routable sparse crossbars for PLDs
Guy Lemieux;Paul Leventis;David Lewis.
field programmable gate arrays (2000)
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