POST-DOC STUDENTS

  1. Dr. Abhishek Dahiya was a Post-Doc researcher at IES/University of Montpellier, France under the co-supervision of Dr. Benoit Charlot. He worked on fabrication and characterisation of 1D/2D nanomaterial sensors for health monitoring wearable devices. He has a PhD degree from the University of Tours, France on Zno nanostructures for electronic and energy harvesting applications.
  2. Dr. Marwa Dhifalla was a Post-Doc researcher at LIRMM/University of Montpellier, France under the supervision of Dr. Aida Todri-Sanial. She worked  on atomistic- to device-level simulation of 2D materials (i.e., graphene, MoS2) for field effect devices. She has a PhD in Computational Chemistry from the University of Montpellier, France in 2018.
  3. Dr. Rongmei Chen was a Post-Doc student (2017-2019) at the CNRS-LIRMM under the supervision of Dr. Aida Todri-Sanial. His research topic was on design space exploration of carbon nanotube based technonology for future computing. He has a Ph.D. Degree on Microlectronics from Tsinghua University, China. Currently, he is a research scientist at IMEC, BE.
  4. Dr. Reetu Raj Pandey (2017-2018) was a Post-Doc student at the CNRS-LIRMM under the supervision of Dr. Aida Todri-Sanial. His research topic was on the device design and fabrication of 1D/2D material devices for biosensing applications.
  5. Dr. Khalid Latif, 2014-2015 (with Supervisor Dr. G. Sassatelli and Dr. A. Gamatie). Research on topic of physical design for 3D Network-on-Chips (NoCs).
  6. Dr. Yuanqing Cheng (2013-2014) was a Post-Doc researcher at the CNRS-LIRMM under the supervision of Dr. Aida Todri-Sanial. His research was on the topic of physical design for three-dimensional integrated circuits.

PhD STUDENTS

  1. Jie (Clair) Liang was a Ph.D. student at the University of Montpellier, France (2016-2019). She received her undergraduate degree in Physics from University Paris 7. Her PhD thesis was on carbon nanotube device physics modeling for circuit-level simulation and design of energy-efficient carbon nanotube circuits. Dr. Liang is currently a Research Fellow at the National University in Singapore.
  2. Nicolas Jeanniot was a Ph.D. student at the University of Montpellier, France (2016-2018). His PhD focused on design of power-clock supplies and their delivery networks for the adiabatic logic. Nicolas Jeanniot received his “Diplôme d’école d’ingénieur” from CPE Lyon (Lyon, France) in microelectronic engineering and a MRes in microelectronics and embedded systems from INSA Lyon (Lyon, France) in 2015.
  3. Abhishek Koneru, 2018-2019, Chateaubriand Fellow Student from Campus France. Thesis topic on design and test challenges on monolithic 3d integration. Abhishek was a visiting Ph.D. student from Duke University, US with supervisor Prof. K. Chakrabarty.
  4. Lia Yepremyan, 2015-2016, Erasmus Mundu Exchange Student. Thesis topic on low-power circuit design for sub nanometer nodes.
  5. Liuyang Zhang, 2015-2016, Eiffel Scholar Exchange Student. Thesis topic on reliability enhancement of STT-MRAM.
  6. Carolina Metzler, 2011-2014. Thesis topic on enhancing reliability of three-dimensional integrated circuits.
  7. Anu Asokan, 2012-2014 (with PhD Director Dr. P. Girard). Thesis topic on physical design aware path delay pattern generation for signal integrity.
  8. Alejandro Nocua, 2013-2014 (with PhD Director Dr. P. Girard). Thesis topic on power modeling and estimation techniques.
  9. Rhida Kheirallah, 2014-2015 (with PhD Director Dr. N. Azemard). Thesis topic on process variability modeling and analysis of 28nm FDSOI devices and circuits.
  10. Exchange PhD Student, Anelise Kologeski in collaboration with Dr. Gilles Sassatelli, 2013-2014. Supervising on the topic of through-silicon-via characterization for the network-on-chip communication.
  11. Xiang Qiu, 2008-2009 with Supervisor Prof. M. Marek-Sadowska, UCSB. Co-supervised on the topic of power optimization with multiple voltage islands.
  12. Di-an Li, 2008-2009 with Supervisor Prof. M. Marek-Sadowska, UCSB. Co-supervised on the topic of reliability and electromigration characterization of metal tracks for power and clock delivery networks. Currently at Qualcomm.
  13. Yi-Wei Lin, 2007-2008 with Supervisor Prof. M. Marek-Sadowksa, UCSB. Co-supervised on the topic of transistor-level layout using Cadence tools Currently Design Engineer at Apache Design Solutions.
  14. Jen-Yi Wu, 2007-2008 with Supervisor Prof. M. Marek-Sadowska, UCSB. Co-supervised on the topic of the design and layout of a power supply noise sensing utilizing ring oscillators. Currently CAD Engineer at Intel Corporation.

MASTER STUDENTS

  1. Matthias Tornay (2020-2021). Research topic on TCAD device modeling and simulation for phase change VO2 devices.
  2. Reda Bouaabdalli (2021). Research topic on Classification algorithms for convolutional and Hopfield neural networks.
  3. Nathan Ullberg (2019). Research topic on fabrication and characterisation of 1D/2D field effect transistors.
  4. Rabab Chahbouni (2019). Research topic on adiabatic logic design for ultra-lower power consumption.
  5. Souhir Elloumi (2018). Research topic on carbon nanotube field effect transistor modeling and simulation.
  6. El Mehdi Kaoukab (2018). Research topic on adiabatic logic design for low-power electronics.
  7. Nicolas Champauzas (2017) in collaboration with Dr. Serge Bernard. Research topic on the bioimpedance biosensor design and fabrication.
  8. Mohammed Zahraoui (2016). Research topic on the design of carbon nanotube based biosensors.
  9. Ghizlaine Mouslih (2015). Research topic on the design of on-chip DC-DC converters for efficient power delivery networks.
  10. Charles Effiong (2014-2015) (co-supervision with Dr. G. Sassatelli, Dr. A. Gamatie) on the topic of process variation analysis of 3D NoCs with defective TSVs.
  11. Yuqi Lin (2013-2014). Research on topic of power supply noise sensor design.
  12. Youness Abhir (2013-2014). Research on topic of CMOS temperature sensor design.