Analog/Mixed Signal VLSI and Devices Laboratory

Members

Kamrul Islam

Faculty Member & Director
Syed Kamrul Islam

Omiya HassanOmiya Hassan
PhD
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Omiya Hassan was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh, and after completing her Bachelors’ degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the United International University she is pursuing her doctorate degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Missouri. Currently, she is working as a research assistant in the Analog/Mixed-Signal VLSI Devices Laboratory (AVDL) and as a graduate instructor in the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (ECE). Her PhD research topic focuses on the design and development of low-power integrated circuit (IC) while venturing through the field of AI/Machine-Learning (ML) techniques on edge in biomedical applications such as sleep apnea and respiratory disorders. Besides researching on developing future technology, she is a professionally trained vocalist in traditional South-Asian music and has experience in freelancing for over 5 years on Digital illustration.

Dilruba ParvinDilruba Parvin
PhD
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Dilruba Parvin completed her bachelors’ degree in Electrical, Electronics and Communication Engineering (EECE) from Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST) in 2016. Currently she is pursuing her doctorate degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Missouri. She is working simultaneously in Analog/Mixed-Signal, VLSI and Devices Laboratory (AVDL) as a research assistant and in the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) as a graduate teaching assistant. Dilruba’s research topic focuses on the development of low-power integrated circuits for RF energy harvesters. Additionally, she is working on the development of machine learning (ML) embedded energy efficient integrated circuits for energy harvesters.

Md Maruf Hossain ShuvoMd Maruf Hossain Shuvo
PhD
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Md Maruf Hossain Shuvo is a doctoral student in the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Missouri. His research interests include machine learning (ML), ASIC design for biomedical applications, and efficient deep learning (DL) inference on edge devices.

Mengrui ChenMengrui Chen
PhD
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Mengrui Chen received her bachelor’s degree in Aircraft Propulsion Engineering from Xiamen University in 2018. Her master’s degree in electrical engineering was granted in 2020 from New York University. Currently, she is a doctoral student in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at University of Missouri. Her research interests include circuit design and digital signal processing.

Rudra ShuklaRudra Shukla
Master’s
Electrical Engineering

Rudra Shukla is a master’s student pursuing Electrical Engineering at the University of Missouri. Rudra has a penchant for Designing, Verifying, Planning, and Synthesizing chips. He is affiliated to the Analog/Mixed-Signal, VLSI Devices Laboratory at Mizzou since Fall 2020. He embraces tutoring students, as a result of which he has also taken-up a part-time job of a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the department of EECS. Rudra is working on an Analog project to design a programmable frequency divider consisting of an analog counter and current generation circuitry, which is being implemented on a 90nm process. He is also working on a project to design a Vedic Multiplier using Verilog, and further plans to compare its performance to the conventional multiplier on various parameters such as resource utilization, maximum path delay and power. Rudra considers himself as a skilled VLSI Professional and holds a bachelor’s degree focused on Electronics Engineering from Mumbai University. He loves interacting and meeting new people.

Rushil ThakkerRushil Thakker
Bachelor’s
Electrical and Computer Engineering

Rushil Thakker is an undergraduate student studying Electrical and Computer Engineering with a minor in Computer Science. Currently, his research work involves embedding machine learning (ML) models onto digital hardware designs to create energy-efficient biomedical devices. Apart from being an undergraduate research assistant, Rushil is involved in leadership for Mizzou Eco-Racing and Mizzou Computing Association (MCA). In his leisure time, he enjoys cooking, with a little bit of baking every now and then, and sketching.

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