Prof. Vojin G. Oklobdzija
  ACSEL Director
  info@acsel-lab.com
Tel: (530) 752 6800 Fax: (530) 752 6800
 

Projects

Energy Efficient Circuits
High Performance Adder
Low Power IC Design
Low Power Clocking Project
Clocked Storage Elements
Books
Digital System Clocking
The Computer Engineering Handbook
High-Performance System Design

Conference Resources

Computer Arithmetic Proceedings
Conference Calls
Conferences of Interest
Misc. Topics
Press Releases
Expertise: Technical, Litigation Consulting, Expert Witness
Sponsorship

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Teaching


Prof. Oklobdzija's classes:

Academic Year

Quarter/Semester

Classes

2008/2009 Spring Semester, U of Texas

Fall Semester U of Texas

VLSI Design EE6325

Advanced VLSI Design EE7325

2007/2008 Fall Semester, U of Texas

Fall Semester, AUSTRALIA

Low-Power VLSI Circuits Design EE7V82
2006/2007 Spring Semester, AUSTRALIA

Fall Semester, AUSTRALIA

Spring Semester, AUSTRALIA

VLSI Design

Digital Design

2005/2006 Fall Semester, AUSTRALIA

Winter
Fall

EEC180A
EEC280
2004/2005 Spring
Winter
Fall
EEC272
EEC180A
EEC280
2003/2004 Spring

Winter
VLSI Arithmetic (at Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland)

Clocking and Clocked Storage Elements, Samsung, KOREA

Advanced VLSI for Communications, KOREA
EEC70

2002/2003 Spring
Fall
EEC118and EEC272
EEC180Aand EEC280
2001/2002 Winter
Fall
EEC180A and EEC270
EEC70 and EEC280
2000/2001 Spring
Winter
Fall
EEC278
EEC70
EEC180B and EEC280
1999/2000 Spring
Winter
Fall
EEC180A
EEC289R (officially EEC272)
EEC180Band EEC280
1998/1999 Spring
Winter
Fall
EEC180B
EEC278
EEC180A and EEC280

The information about the courses can be found on: http://www.utdallas.edu/~vgo071000/classes/  under courses. I will be posting course material on the pages listed.


Information for Prospective Graduate Students


If you are a prospective student please contact Prof. Oklobdzija by sending e-mail to:vojin@acsel-lab.com

 
 
 
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