Welcome to the homepage of the Kinget Group at Columbia University in New York City. Our research group is part of the Columbia Integrated Systems Laboratory in the Electrical Engineering Department.

Our research focuses on the design, simulation and measurement of

Our ongoing research projects are described in the "Research" section. You can find microphotographs of some of the chips we have designed in the "Chip Gallery". You can find our conference and journal papers listed in the "Publications" section. Our papers regularly appear in the IEEExplore Top 100 download ranking and the JSSC Most Read Articles lists.

In case you wonder: 'The electronic world is going digital, why analog?', check out these quotes.

If you are interested in research projects for undergraduate or M.S. students or in opportunities to join our group, check out the "Prospective Students" section.

News

  • Chun-Wei Hsu will present his research on "A Supply-Scalable Differential Amplifier With Pulse-Controlled Common-Mode Feedback" at the IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference (CICC). Congratulations Chun-Wei.

  • Chun-Wei Hsu will present his paper entitled "A 40MHz 4th-order Active-UGB-RC Filter using VCO-Based Amplifiers with Zero Compensation" at the IEEE European Solid-State Circuits Conference (ESSCIRC). Congratulations Chun-Wei!

  • Peter Kinget was quoted in the PRESS in an article on "The Internet of You" (pdf) that appeard in MIT Technology Review News and Analysis. The article related to the EnHANTs project.

  • Prof. Harish Krishnaswamy presented an invited paper at the International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS) on "RF Channelizer Architectures using Iterative Downconversion for Concurrent or Fast-Switching Spectrum Analysis" based on joint work between our groups (students: K. Tripurari, Y. Xu, L. Zhang, D. Gidony, B. Jovanovic). Congratulations to all.

  • Jayanth Kuppambatti's March 2014 JSSC paper "Current Reference Pre-Charging Techniques for Low Power Zero-Crossing Pipeline-SAR ADCs" appeared in the Most Popular of Journal of Solid State Circuits (top 25) in March, April, and May.

  • Rabia Tugce Yazicigil was the recipient of a "Millman Teaching Assistant Award" from the Electrical Engineering Dept. (link) for her exemplary service as a teaching assistant. Congratulations Tugce!

  • Baradwaj Vigraham and Jayanth Kuppambatti received the "Electrical Engineering Collaborative Research Award" (link) for their research on Switched Mode Analog Circuits. Congratulations Baradwaj and Jayanth!

  • Yang Xu and Jianxun Zhu will present the paper "A Blocker-Tolerant RF Front End with Harmonic-Rejecting N-Path Filtering," at the 2014 IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium (RFIC). Congratulations Yang and Jianxun.

  • Jayanth Kuppambatti's paper "Current Reference Pre-Charging Techniques for Low Power Zero-Crossing Pipeline-SAR ADCs" appeared in the March issue of the IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits. Congratulations Jayanth!

  • Baradwaj Vigraham's paper "A Self-dutycycled and Synchronized UWB Pulse-Radio Receiver SoC with Automatic Threshold-Recovery Based Demodulation" appeared in the March issue of the IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits. Congratulations Baradwaj!

  • Chengrui Le and Peter Kinget are co-recipients of the "Student Poster Award 2nd Place" for "Metacapacitor: Large Area, Low Cost, High Performance Capacitors for Power Electronics," presented at the FlexTech Alliance Conference in Feb. 2014 (co-authors are S. Yang, B. Van Tassell, S. Liu, E. S. Leland, D. A. Steingart, S. O'Brien, and I. Kymissis). Congratulations Chengrui!

  • Jayanth Kuppambatti and Baradwaj Vigraham will present their research on switched mode signal processing at the 2014 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC2014): "A 0.6V 70MHz 4th-Order Continuous-Time Butterworth Filter with 55.8dB SNR, 60dB THD at +2.8dBm Output Signal Power." Congratulations Jayanth and Baradwaj!

  • Teng Yang (co-advised with Mingoo Seok) will present the paper "0.6-to-1.0V 279um2, 0.92uW Temperature Sensor with Less Than +3.2/-3.4 degC Error for On-Chip Dense Thermal Monitoring" at the 2014 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC2014). Congratulaions Teng!

  • Jin Zhou (Krishnaswamy Group) will present the paper, co-authored by Peter Kinget, "A Blocker-Resilient Wideband Receiver with Low- Noise Active Two-Point Cancellation of >0dBm TX Leakage and TX Noise in RX Band for FDD/Co-existence" at the 2014 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC2014). Congratulations Jin!

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