Paper by DGIST graduate student Sehwan Lee under the supervision of Prof. Junghyup Lee has been accepted at the 2018 ISSCC
The paper by DGIST ICE graduate student, Sehwan Lee, under the supervision of Prof. Junghyup Lee, has been selected for the 2018 International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) in February in San Francisco.
This paper proposes a novel Frequency Controlled Differential Regulator (FCDR) methodology to improve the Common-Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR) and Power-Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR) in existing Multi-Channel Neural Recording Systems. The proposed system achieves a performance that is more than ten times better than the prior works.
ISSCC (International Solid-State Circuit Conference), was established in 1954 and has a history of 65 years. It is often called ‘the Semiconductor Olympics’ and is the world's leading conference in the field of semiconductor circuits. It is an arena where important global innovations such as Intel's first CPU or Samsung's latest memory technology was presented for the first time. In addition, the number of ISSCC papers in each country is an indicator of the competitiveness of the country’s electronic technology and a presentation at this conference is a dream that all circuit designers eagerly desire.