|Official Title||Assistant Professor|
|Profile||My specialty is desgin of degital systems, especially asynchronous logic design.Asynchronous logic circuits have the advantages of low power consumption, high-speed operation, having a high affinity for high-speed devices.They are actually used in applications that require low power consumption, such as IC cards.I am particularly interested in the logic synthesis phase in the design flow of digital systems.
Since digital systems are constructed with a huge number of elements, design automation is also an important issue in logic synthesis research.I also develop design automation tools using C language and Perl scripts.
I am also interested in education of logic circuits at the undergraduate level.In recent years, student experiments on logic circuits are often conducted using hardware description languages(HDL), but it is difficult for beginners who have insufficient understanding of logic circuits to learn them through HDL.I am studying a method for conducting student experiments on computers in a way that makes it easier to Understand the operation of actual logic circuits than in a hardware description language.
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|Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research Support: Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS)||https://nrid.nii.ac.jp/ja/nrid/1000020292766/|
|Recruitment of research assistant(s)||No|
|Affiliated academic society (Membership type)||(1) IEICE(Member)
|Education Field (Graduate level)||Logic circuits|