Carl Sechen is a Professor of Electrical Engineering. His research interests are primarilly focused on "the design and computer-aided design of integrated circuits." Ongoing projects include:

  • Energy-Efficient DSP Block Design
  • Low-Power (Sub-Threshold) Highdefinition Video Decoder Design
  • Area-Efficient and Reliable Embedded DRAM and SRAM Design
  • Cell Sizing/Selection for Global Power Minimization in Digital Integrated Circuits
  • Variational Sensitivity Reduction and Yield Enhancement
  • Cell Library Optimization
  • Time-to-Digital Conversion
  • Crystalfree High-Precision Oscillator Design
  • All-Digital Analog-to-Digital Converter Design

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Recent Submissions

  • Design Obfuscation through Selective Post-Fabrication Transistor-Level Programming 

    Shihab, Mustafa M.; Tian, Jingxiang; Reddy, Gaurav Rajavendra; Hu, Bo; Swartz, William; Schaefer, Benjamin Carrion; Sechen, Carl; Makris, Yiorgos (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2019-03-25)
    Widespread adoption of the fabless business model and utilization of third-party foundries have increased the exposure of sensitive designs to security threats such as intellectual property (IP) theft and integrated circuit ...