2013/05: Prof. Xu will take sabbatical leave for AY13-14.
2011/02: Prof. Xu receives support from ONR as co-PI for project "Sparsity Aware Adaptive Radar Sensor Imaging in Complex Scattering Environments".
2011/01: Prof. Xu receives support from AFOSR for project "Readouts for Energetic, High-Speed Event Sensing".
2010/11: Prof. Xu receives support from DARPA LEAP program for project "Mm-wave Integrated Circuits".
2010/09: Congratulations to Roc's paper of "A Low Power 77GHz Low Noise Amplifier with an Area Efficient RF-ESD Protection in 65nm CMOS " was accepted in the IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters (MWL).
2010/09: Congratulations to Qiang's paper of "A 228uW 750MHz BPSK Demodulator Based on Injection Locking " was accepted in Journal of Solid-State Circuits (JSSC).
2010/08: Prof. Xu gave an invited seminar in the Air Force Research Lab, Dayton, OH.
2010/06: Congratulations to Roc's paper of "A 117mW 77GHz Receiver Front End in 65nm CMOS with Ladder Structured Tunable VCO " was accepted in 2010 ESSCIRC, Seville, Spain.
2010/06: Congratulations to Roc's paper of "Optimization and macromodeling of single-ended sub-nH MCPW based inductors for a 77GHz LNA in 65nm CMOS " was accepted in 2010 Design of Circuits and Integrated Systems (DCIS) Conference.
2010/06: Congratulations to Roc's paper of "A 43.5mW 77GHz Receiver Front End in 65nm CMOS suitable for FM-CW Automotive Radar " was accepted in 2010 CICC, San Jose, CA.
2010/05: Prof. Xu gave an invited seminar in Freescale, Phonenix, AZ.
2010/04: Tezzaron Semiconductor CTO, Robert Patti, visited lab and gave a seminar on wafer scale 3D integration technology.
2010/04: Prof. Xu gave a seminar in the ECE Department at University of California, Santa Barbara, CA.
2010/03: Prof. Xu gave a talk in the BOSCH Research Center at Palo Alto, CA.
2010/02: Prof. Xu gave a seminar in the EE Department of Stanford University.
2010/02: Qiang's paper of "A 228uW Injection Locked Ring Oscillator based BPSK Demodulator in 65nm CMOS " was accepted in RFIC 2010.
2010/01: Gui's paper of "Configurable MCPW Based Inductor for mm-Wave Circuits and Systems " was accepted in ISCAS 2010.
2010/01: Qiang's paper of "Quadrature Sampling for Built-in Analog/RF Spectrum Test " was accepted in IEEE TCAS-II.
2009/12: Prof. Xu gave a talk in the Air Force Research Lab at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
2009/10: Qiang's paper of "Built-In RFIC Inter-Modulation Testing using Sub-sampled Monobit Kernel Function" was accepted in RFIT 2009.
2009/10: Prof. Yang Xu was awarded research grant from Department of Defense (DoD): "Ultra-Low-Noise Infrared Detector Amplifier for Next Generation Standoff Detector".
2009/09: Prof. Yang Xu gave a distinguished lecture "DESIGN AND MODELING OF MILLIMETER-WAVE CMOS CIRCUITS FOR WIRELESS TRANSCEIVER" in IEEE Chicago - Antennas and Propagation, Microwave Theory and Techniques Societies (AP-MTT) joint Chapter presentation.
2009/08: Prof. Yang Xu was awarded research contract from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacture Corporation (TSMC): "Wide-bandwidth mixed-signal base-band".
2009/07: Prof. Yang Xu gave workshop in Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacture Corporation (TSMC).
2009/06: Prof. Yang Xu co-organized and moderated a panel discussion
on "Will RFCMOS be Practical for 60GHz Radio and Beyond?" in 2009 RFIC
Symposium. The panelists are Simon Wong
(Stanford), Lawrence Larson (UCSD)
S. P. Voinigescu (Univ. of Toronto), Ali Niknejad (UCB), Helen Kim (MIT Lincoln Labs), Basanth Jagannathan (IBM ).
2009/05: Prof. Yang Xu presented "Ultra-low Power Zigbee Wireless Network for Smart Grid Monitor and Control" in Lockheed Martin Special Symposium of Nanotech Conference & Expo 2009.