Electrical and Electronic Engineering - Doctoral Theses

Electrical and Electronic Engineering - Doctoral Theses

 

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  • Galluccio, Emmanuele (University College Cork, 2020-04)
    Within the last few years the steady electronic evolution lead the semiconductor world to study innovative device architectures and new materials able to replace Si platforms. In this scenario Ge1-xSnx alloy attracts the ...
  • Yang, Bo (University College Cork, 2020-08-17)
    As the continuous scaling on both size and the operating voltage of the Very Large Scale Integrated (VLSI) circuits for improved power and area efficiencies, keeping the acceptable reliability has become an increasingly ...
  • Mirabelli, Gioele (University College Cork, 2020)
    The aggressive scaling imposed by CMOS technology has put very stringent requirements on the dimensions of Silicon transistors. According to the semiconductor roadmaps (ITRS, IRDS, Nereid), the dimensions of the device ...
  • Wilk, Mariusz P. (University College Cork, 2020-05-07)
    Multimodal sensor fusion is a common approach in the design of many motion tracking systems. It is based on using more than one sensor modality to measure different aspects of a phenomenon and capture more information about ...
  • Murphy, Brian M. (University College Cork, 2019-09-30)
    Sick neonates admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) have their physiological signals monitored. In the case of neonates with brain injury the electroencephalogram (EEG), used to record the electrical activity ...

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