1. Lecture and Tutorial

2. Academic Books

(1). Ruijing Shen, Sheldon X.D. Tan, and Hao YuStatistical Performance Analysis and Modeling Techniques for Nanometer VLSI Designs, Springer Publishing 2012.

(2). Hao Yu, and Yuhao Wang, Design Exploration of Nano-scale Non-volatile Memory Devices, Springer Publishing 2013. 

(3). Hao Yuand Chuan Seng TanAdvances in 3D Integrated Circuits and SystemsWorld Scientific 2015. 

3. Undergraduate Training Platform (DIP/URECA/FYP)

Integrated Sensor Training Platform for Big-data Collection:

EE3080 DIP:Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)
Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), an aircraft whose flight can be controlled by an external operator instead of being piloted by a human. It is commonly used for military and civil operations that are too dangerous or dirty and unhygienic. In this study, we report an experiment to construct a Quad-copter UAV using the minimal cost of materials and fly it steadily across a distance using three different modes: Radio Control (RC) Controller, PC Control and Brain-Computer Interface (BCI). The main purpose is to work out the BCI control to let the disabled regain their mobility functions to assist them in their daily lives. Hence, our study is more inclined and focused towards the third approach, BCI.

4. Student Awards

(1). NTU ERIAN-EEE team ZHANG, Yonghao (ERIAN staff), HUANG, Hantao (EEE undergraduate student) and QIU, Danqing (EEE MS student), supervised by Asst. Prof. YU, Hao (EEE) has won the first prize of NTU-Infineon Electronic Design Competition 2012/2013 with 10,000 SGD. (08 Jul 2013)
The competition is performed and judged on July 8th at Infineon, Singapore. The objective of this design competition is mainly to develop electronic systems to improve energy efficiency, an emerging problem to address at Singapore. The NTU ERIAN-EEE team has developed an energy cloud system for smart buildings and rooms, which can not only collect energy profiles of rooms; but also analyze the stored energy profile to perform a demand-response energy management. As such workloads can be shifted and peak energy consumption can be reduced. What is more, the energy cloud system also help users remotely access the energy profiles and further perform control by mobile terminals such as iPad. This work has been considered for the future NTU-ECO campus development plan by working with a number of potential industry partners. 

(2). Finalist in Student Paper Competition at the 2013 IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium (RFIC'13) in Seattle, US. (04 Jun 2013)
The paper titled “-78dBm Sensitivity 96GHz Super-regenerative Receiver with Quench-controlled Metamaterial Oscillator in 65nm CMOS” is selected as an Interactive Forum (IF) presentation and presented by Fei Wei (PhD student) in RFIC 2013. This work is the first demonstration of high sensitivity super-regenerative receiver with CMOS on-chip metamaterial based resonator, which is also a joint work by Nanyang Technological University and Fudan University.

(3). PhD student Sai Manoj P.D. has won the Richard Newton Young Fellow award, in memory of Prof. Richard Newton from UC-Berkeley, with 800USD for 50th ACM/IEEE Design Automation Conf. (DAC) at Austin (TX), USA in June 2-6. (23 Apr 2013)
PhD student Sai Manoj P. D. has won the Richard Newton Young Fellow award with the paper titled “Peak Power Reduction by Space-time Multiplexing based Demand-supply Matching for 3D Thousand-core Microprocessors” for the 50th ACM/IEEE Design Automation Conf. (DAC) at Austin (TX), USA in June 2-6, 2013DAC is the premier conference in electronic circuit design and automation sponsored by ACM and IEEE with ~5000 attendance from both leading industry and academia.

(4). Finalist in Student Paper Competition at 13th Topical Meeting on Silicon Monolithic Integrated Circuits in RF Systems (SiRF 2013) in Austin, US. (22 Jan 2013)
The paper titled “A 76 GHz Oscillator by High-Q Differential Transmission Line Loaded with Split Ring Resonator in 65-nm CMOS” is presented by Shang Yang (PhD student) in both poster and oral presentation session in SiRF 2013. This work is the first demonstration of low phase noise CMOS on-chip metamaterial based oscillator design beyond 60GHz, which is also a joint work by Nanyang Technological University and Fudan University.

(5). Best Student Paper Award at the Workshop on Microfluidics for Biomedical and Environmental Engineering, jointly organized by Nanyang Technological University and the University of Tokyo. (22 Mar 2012)
HUANG Xiwei (PhD student) was one of four to receive the Best Student Paper Award at the joint Workshop on Microfluidics for Biomedical and Environmental Engineering held at the Nanyang Executive Centre, NTU on 16 March 2012. The winning poster titled "High-throughput Microfluidic Contact Imaging System for Bio-medical Applications”, is the first work from academia to design the high-speed CMOS imager for microfluidic contact imaging system, along with super-resolution algorithm to enhance the sensor resolution and performance. (Details)

(6). Best Paper Award Nomination at the 17th Asia and South Pacific Design Automation Conference (ASP-DAC'12) in Sydney, Australia. (30 Jan 2012)
The paper (done by PhD student Shang Yang and Fei Wei) titled “Fast Simulation of Hybrid CMOS and STT-MTJ Circuits with Identified Internal State Variables” has won the Best Paper Award Nomination in ASP-DAC 2013.