2007 - IEEE Donald O. Pederson Award in Solid-State Circuits “For leadership in integrated circuit design and design methodology.”
1986 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to simulation, analysis and optimization of devices, MOS circuits, and sampled data systems.
The Digital signal processing study which covers Computer hardware that intersects with Microcode. His Microcode study frequently links to related topics such as Computer hardware. His work focuses on many connections between Coding (social sciences) and other disciplines, such as Statistics, that overlap with his field of interest in Flexibility (engineering). H. De Man integrates Programming language with Correctness in his study. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Correctness and Programming language in his work. His Electrical engineering study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Chip. His Chip study frequently involves adjacent topics like Electrical engineering. By researching both Electronic circuit and Transistor, H. De Man produces research that crosses academic boundaries. As part of his studies on Transistor, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Dynamic logic (digital electronics).
H. De Man connects Electrical engineering with Electronic engineering in his research. H. De Man incorporates Electronic engineering and Electrical engineering in his research. H. De Man incorporates Programming language and Software in his studies. In his papers, H. De Man integrates diverse fields, such as Software and Programming language. While working on this project, H. De Man studies both Embedded system and Computer architecture. In his works, H. De Man conducts interdisciplinary research on Computer architecture and Operating system. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Operating system and Embedded system through his research. H. De Man undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Algorithm and Theoretical computer science through his research. He incorporates Theoretical computer science and Algorithm in his studies.
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NORA: a racefree dynamic CMOS technique for pipelined logic structures
N.F. Goncalves;H. De Man.
IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits (1983)
Cathedral-II: A Silicon Compiler for Digital Signal Processing
H. De Man;J. Rabaey;P. Six;L. Claesen.
IEEE Design & Test of Computers (1986)
Joint compensation of IQ imbalance and frequency offset in OFDM systems
J. Tubbax;A. Fort;L. Van der Perre;S. Donnay.
global communications conference (2003)
Global communication and memory optimizing transformations for low power signal processing systems
F. Catthoor;F. Franssen;S. Wuytack;L. Nachtergaele.
ieee workshop on vlsi signal processing (1994)
CoWare-a design environment for heterogeneous hardware/software systems
K. Van Rompaey;D. Verkest;I. Bolsens;H. De Man.
european design automation conference (1996)
Loop Optimization in Register-Transfer Scheduling for DSP-Systems
G. Goossens;J. Vandewalle;H. De Man.
design automation conference (1989)
Architecture-driven synthesis techniques for VLSI implementation of DSP algorithms
H. De Man;F. Catthoor;G. Goossens;J. Vanhoof.
Proceedings of the IEEE (1990)
Optimized synthesis of asynchronous control circuits from graph-theoretic specifications
P. Vanbekbergen;F. Catthoor;G. Goossens;H. De Man.
international conference on computer aided design (1990)
Substrate noise generation in complex digital systems: efficient modeling and simulation methodology and experimental verification
M. Van Heijningen;M. Badaroglu;S. Donnay;H. De Man.
international solid-state circuits conference (2001)
Cathedral-III: Architecture-driven high-level synthesis for high throughput DSP applications
W. Geurts;F. Catthoor;H. De Man.
design automation conference (1991)
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