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Asynchronous VLSI

The AVLSI group at Cornell uses formal synthesis methods to design highly efficient and robust asynchronous systems. The group is currently involved in a wide range of chip designs. Visit the AVLSI page for more details. My work in AVLSI has so far included:

  • Asynchronous Silicon Neurons
  • Synchronous Silicon Neurons
  • High-speed, low-power Address-Event Representation circuits
  • High-speed spike-based routing architectures
  • Simulation and verification of large asynchronous neuromorphic systems
  • Synchronous-Asynchronous circuit boundaries
  • Chip-to-chip communication schemes
  • A low-power memory system for a sensor network processor