2009 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1990 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to computer-aided simulation and design of very-large-scale integrated circuits and to engineering education.
Ibrahim N. Hajj mostly deals with Electronic circuit, Electronic engineering, Very-large-scale integration, CMOS and Algorithm. His Electronic circuit research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Waveform, Asynchronous circuit, Logic gate and Parallel computing. Ibrahim N. Hajj studies Electronic engineering, namely Integrated circuit design.
His Very-large-scale integration study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Integrated circuit, Static timing analysis, Voltage drop, Voltage and Circuit reliability. The CMOS study combines topics in areas such as Entropy encoding, Decoding methods, Encoder and Offset. His research integrates issues of Digital electronics and Upper and lower bounds in his study of Algorithm.
Ibrahim N. Hajj focuses on Electronic engineering, Very-large-scale integration, Electronic circuit, CMOS and Algorithm. His studies deal with areas such as Circuit extraction, Transistor and Electrical engineering as well as Electronic engineering. He interconnects Digital electronics, Computer engineering, Reliability, Circuit reliability and Sequential logic in the investigation of issues within Very-large-scale integration.
His study in Electronic circuit is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Integrated circuit, Equivalent circuit, Voltage drop, Voltage and Waveform. His research integrates issues of Probabilistic logic, Inverter, NMOS logic and Electromigration in his study of CMOS. His research in Algorithm focuses on subjects like Upper and lower bounds, which are connected to Entropy, Information theory and Entropy encoding.
His main research concerns Electronic engineering, Integrated circuit design, Electronic circuit, Very-large-scale integration and Crosstalk. His Electronic engineering research incorporates themes from Time complexity and Equivalent circuit. His work deals with themes such as Voltage and Probabilistic method, which intersect with Integrated circuit design.
Ibrahim N. Hajj has researched Electronic circuit in several fields, including Circuit extraction and Voltage drop. His Very-large-scale integration study incorporates themes from Delay calculation, RC circuit, Static timing analysis, Logic optimization and Decoupling. His study focuses on the intersection of Crosstalk and fields such as Interconnection with connections in the field of Topology, Low-noise amplifier and Microprocessor.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Electronic engineering, Logic gate, Electronic circuit, Very-large-scale integration and Integrated circuit design. He has included themes like Transistor, Integrated circuit layout, TC0 and Voltage drop in his Electronic engineering study. His research in Logic gate intersects with topics in NAND logic, CMOS and Voltage swing.
The various areas that Ibrahim N. Hajj examines in his Electronic circuit study include Delay calculation, Static timing analysis and Propagation delay. In his study, Frequency domain, RC circuit, Distribution networks, Topology and Computation is strongly linked to Decoupling, which falls under the umbrella field of Very-large-scale integration. His Integrated circuit design research includes elements of Crosstalk and Interconnection.
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A coding framework for low-power address and data busses
S. Ramprasad;N.R. Shanbhag;I.N. Hajj.
IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration Systems (1999)
Probabilistic simulation for reliability analysis of CMOS VLSI circuits
F.N. Najm;R. Burch;P. Yang;I.N. Hajj.
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (1990)
Pattern independent maximum current estimation in power and ground buses of CMOS VLSI circuits: Algorithms, signal correlations, and their resolution
H. Kriplani;F.N. Najm;I.N. Hajj.
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (1995)
Power Estimation in Sequential Circuitsy
Farid N. Najm;Shashank Goel;Ibrahim N. Hajj.
design automation conference (1995)
Design error diagnosis and correction via test vector simulation
A. Veneris;I.N. Hajj.
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (1999)
Analytical estimation of signal transition activity from word-level statistics
S. Ramprasad;N.R. Shanbha;I.N. Hajj.
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems (1997)
Architectural and compiler techniques for energy reduction in high-performance microprocessors
N. Bellas;I.N. Hajj;C.D. Polychronopoulos;G. Stamoulis.
IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration Systems (2000)
Using dynamic cache management techniques to reduce energy in a high-performance processor
Nikolaos Bellas;Ibrahim Hajj;Constantine Polychronopoulos.
international symposium on low power electronics and design (1999)
Nonlinear circuit theory: Resistive networks
E.S. Kuh;I.N. Hajj.
Proceedings of the IEEE (1971)
Energy and performance improvements in microprocessor design using a loop cache
N. Bellas;I. Hajj;C. Polychronopoulos;G. Stamoulis.
international conference on computer design (1999)
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