Daniel Teng B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dr. Teng has been involved in IC design over 10 years. With the motivation of bringing the industrial experience into academia, he joined the University of Saskatchewan in 2004. His field of interests include interconnection techniques, low-power design and high-level power estimation.
Dr. Teng is also recognized for his enthusiasm in pursuing collaboration with industrial research sector.
Selected Journal Papers
|||D.H.Y. Teng, R. Bolton and D.E. Dodds, 2001, "A VHDL Library for Current-Mode CMOS Multiple-Valued Logic", Multiple Valued Logic - an International Journal, Vol. 7, pp. 49-73. [PDF]|
|||Daniel H. Y. Teng and Ronald J. Bolton, 2005, "PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF MULTIPLE-VALUED LOGIC CIRCUITS USING STATISTICAL APPROACH", Proceedings of IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering, May 1-4, Saskatoon, Canada, pp. 0300-0303. [PDF]|Research Grants Graduate Students
Song HuM.Sc., Low-power CMOS Quadrature Digital Upconverter IP Block
Peng HuangM.Sc., TBD
Son NguyenPh.D., Wireless Intra-Chip Communication for 3D-ICs (Co-supervision with Dr. A. Dinh)
Gary WangPh.D., TBD
EE 201Electric and Magnetic Circuit II
EE 332Real-Time Computing
EE 802Advanced VLSI Design and Analysis
EE 898Low Power Integrated Circuit Design
EE 899Embedded Systems and System-on-Chip Design
Interconnection techniques and analysis for system-on-chip
Low-power multiprocessor design architecture
Multiple-valued logic synthesis and analysis