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Microelectronics and Microsystems Research Group (GR2M)

Phone: (514) 340-4711 Ext. 5944 Fax: (514) 340-4147 Room: Pavillon Mackay-Lassonde M-5121

Research areas description

The main research areas of the Group are related to design methods for high-performance and very large-scale integrated circuits (VLSI). The group is involved also in the testing of these components. Since design methods are often put into practice with the help of CAD tools their development is an important research activity of the Group.

Research deals for example with the high-level synthesis of VLSI circuits. Many projects conducted by the Group are oriented toward practical application of the tools and technologies developed. Among the practical applications considered are video processing parallel computing, signal processing, telecommunications, neural-network and rapid sampling systems. Several members of the Group have been involved in a major project funded by the Synergie program and aimed at the development of video processing prototype system.

Research staff

Professors / researchers (11)
Number of graduate students: 82
Number of postdoctoral fellows :2
Number of research agents: 5

Specialized equipment

Network of 200 engineering workstation running Solaris, Linux and Windows; Microélectronics and Microsystems software used are from several providers such as: Cadence, Mentor Graphics, Synopsys, Xilinx, CoWare, Forte, Altera, Matlab, Actec, Tensilica, Comsol, ...

External sources of funding

NSERC, FQRNT, Canadian Microelectronics Corporation, DREO, Muxlab, Mirotech, Miranda, Nortel, Genesis, FDT.