As of Fall semester, 2018, there are 22 graduate students (14 Ph.D. and 8 M.S. students ). MICS graduate students are dedicated and hardworking individuals, who, along with MICS faculty members, pursue to build and maintain a best research group in multifunctional IC research in the world.

Ph.D. Students

Name Topic Expected Graduation Advisor
Iskren Abdomerovic
PALNA T/R Circuits for Millimeter Wave Phased Arrays
 Fall 2018 
Raman
Hongyu An
Three-dimensional Neuromorphic Computing Circuit and Systems
Summer 2020
Yi
Qiyuan An Emerging Deep Learning Algorithm/systems Spring 2022
Yi
Kang Jun Bai
Energy-efficient IC Design for Reservoir Computing System
Summer 2021
Yi
Kian Hamedani
Reservoir Computing and Deep Learning with Emerging Applications
  Fall 2020
Yi
Daniel Herrera
GaSb & InGaAsSb Thermophotovoltaic Diodes
Spring 2019
Lester
Hyunchul Kim
Research on Sub-THz Transceiver Architectures and Designs in Silicons
Spring 2018
Koh
Jialing Li
Deep Reservoir Computing System
Summer 2021
Yi
Xingye Liu
Heterogeneous Network on Chip
Spring 2020
Ampadu
Chris Maxey
mm-wave all digital PLL
   Fall 2018 Raman
Shinwoong Park
Analog FFT
Fall 2018
Raman & Koh
Keyvan Ramezanpour
Heterogeneous Networks-on-chip, Reconfigurable Clock Distribution
Spring 2020
Ampadu
Kanika Saini
GaN amplifier linearization
Fall 2018
Raman
Chenyuan Zhao
Analog IC Design for Brain-inspired Computing 
Summer 2019
Yi

M.S. Students 

Name Topic Expected Graduation Advisor
Shuang Cheng DC Converter from High Voltage Direct to Low Voltage
Fall 2018 Yi
Michael Emanuel Gate Driver Design for GaN or SiC FET Fall 2020 Ha
Victor Gan
FPGA Design for Reservoir Computing System Summer Yi
Long Huang Tunable Filter Fall 2020  Raman
Jiayu Li Energy Harvesting Circuit Fall 2020 Ha
Kartik Nair
Prototyping of a Digital FM Radio
Fall 2018 Ha
Junjie Wang Energy Harvesting Circuit Summer 2019 Ha
Brian Worek Network on Chip Spring 2018 Ampadu