Projects (Prof. Nabki)

The following is a selection of Prof. Nabki’s research projects.

Ultrawideband transceivers for ultra-low power applications

This project involves the implementation of highly efficient and reconfigurable integrated circuits for robust ultra-wideband wireless transmission in applications that are highly sensitive to energy consumption (e.g., environmental sensors, biomedical implants).

Highly integrated MEMS-based timing circuits

This project involves the development of highly integrated oscillators using MEMS resonators and reconfigurable CMOS sustaining amplifiers.

Mechanically Tuned Laser Micro-cavity

The introduction of advanced services in data centers, such as cloud computing and virtualisation, is increasing the transmission speed requirement between users and computing facilities.  One emerging scheme to satisfy this demand is to leverage the wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) technologies developed for core transport networks.  However, to implement […]

OCT Systems

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a high resolution non-invasive medical imaging technique that allows physicians to observe down to 3 millimetres inside a living tissue. The technique has been adopted rapidly by many specialist, including ophthalmologist and cardiologist, but its wide spread use is limited by the high acquisition […]

Signal conditioning circuits for integrated sensors

This project involves the development of integrated circuits that condition the analog signals from MEMS integrated sensors. Structures for low power consumption and low noise level are being developed. These circuits allow for highly integrated and effcient sensors for biomedical and mobile appications.

Biasing circuits for micrelectromechanical systems

This project aims to implement integrated circuits for the electrostatic actuation of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) that are highly efficient and reconfigurable to allow for agile control of MEMS devices.