Palermo, Samuel individual record
Associate Professor

My research focuses on developing novel, energy-efficient, high-performance mixed-signal integrated circuit architectures in nanometer CMOS technologies. Specifically, my research interests cover the following areas:

1) High-speed electrical and optical chip-to-chip and on-chip interconnect architectures,

2) Clocking and synchronization circuits and systems,

3) Robust analog circuit design with digital-assistance techniques to address increasing process variability in highly-scaled CMOS technologies,

4) Sensor circuits for emerging applications.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles46
  • Li, C., Gratz, P. V., & Palermo, S. (2015). Nano-Photonic Networks-on-Chip for Future Chip Multiprocessors. More than Moore Technologies for Next Generation Computer Design. (pp. 155-186). Springer New York.
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  • Palermo, S. M. (2011). High-Speed Serial I/O Design for Channel-Limited and Power-Constrained Systems. Iniewski, K. (Eds.), CMOS Nanoelectronics: Analog and RF VLSI Circuits. McGraw-Hill.
Conference Papers89
chaired theses and dissertations
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Texas A&M University; Electrical Engineering; 3128 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3128