An integrated CMOS optical transceiver for Li-Fi applications.
A transceiver capable to transmit and receive data through light (Li-Fi) is developed in this project.
Profs. Davies William, Dalton Martini Colombo, Luciana Pedrosa Salles and Hugo Daniel Hernandez Herrera
Design of low voltage and low power CMOS Voltage and Current References.
Integrated references provide precise and stable voltages and currents that are used in the majority of electronic applications. For battery-less applications, these circuits should operate at sub-1 V of supply while consuming nW of power.
Design of analog and mixed-signal CMOS circuits for IoT applications.
Rectifiers, oscillators, amplifiers, comparators, and data converters are a few examples of circuits that are designed in this project.
Dynamic plenoptic perception with an adaptive mirror
In this project we extrapolate the concept of plenoptic feature to video recording and dynamic visual perception, without compromising either system contrast or illumination levels.
Profs. Davies William and Jhonattan Cordoba
Integrated graphene electro-optical components, based on polymer technology for telecommunication and label-free biosensing applications.
The design, fabrication and characterizations of graphene containing waveguides will be developed, to demonstrate a graphene optical modulator applications showing efficient electro-absorption and electro-optic modulation, for telecommunications and biosensing applications.
Nucleic acids photonic biosensor based on Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance technology for real-time detection of genetics and infectious diseases.
The development of ultracompact biofunctionalized nano-plasmonic systems based on Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance, able to real-time detect biological recognition on surface.