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Johannes Kepler University Linz
Integrated Circuit and System Design
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Robert Wille
Altenberger Straße 69 | SCP4 0331
4040 Linz | Austria
robert.wille@jku.at
Tel: +43 732 2468 4739

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Integrated Circuit and System Design

The Department for Integrated Circuit and System Design covers the development of design methods for various application areas. A particular focus of our work is on the design, verification, and test of circuits and systems for conventional as well as alternative and post-CMOS computing technologies. Besides that, we have proven to successfully apply the methods developed by us in complementary research areas (learn more about our research on this page). For students, we offer lectures for graduate and undergraduate students and supervise Bachelor as well as Master theses. We believe in research-oriented learning.

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    • Nov 26, 2021: Daniel Lummerstorfer successfully completed his Bachelor thesis entitled "Equivalence Checking of Dynamic Quantum Circuits via Unitary Reconstruction". Congratulations!
    • Nov 24, 2021: Christian Dickgiesser successfully completed his Master thesis entitled "Concurrent Execution of Decision Diagram-based Quantum Circuit Simulation". Congratulations!
    • Nov 22, 2021: Robert Wille has been appointed member of the Program Committee for the International Conference on Reversible Computation (RC).
    • Nov 10, 2021: Markus Hirth successfully completed his Bachelor thesis entitled "Experiments on Routing and Pin-Assignment for Digital Microfluidic Biochips". Congratulations!
    • Nov 03, 2021: Our FFG Project "Advanced Production of Microfluidic Devices through Simulation Methods" is covered in an article by Innovation Origins.
    • Nov 01-06, 2021: Our works on "BigIntegr: One-Pass Architectural Synthesis for Continuous-Flow Microfluidic Lab-on-a-Chip Systems" is presented at the International Conference on Computer Aided Design (ICCAD).
    • Oct 19, 2021: Philipp Ebner successfully completed his Master thesis entitled "Automated Design of Microfluidic Channels". Congratulations!
    • Oct 19, 2021: Robert Wille has been appointed member of the Program Committee for the European Test Symposium (ETS).
    • Oct 17, 2021: Robert Wille gave an invited talk with the title "Simulations of Quantum Computations Using Decision Diagram" at the Workshop on Advanced Simulations of Quantum Computations. More information on this is available at this page.
    • Oct 15, 2021: Robert Wille was guest in the podcast Qubit FM in which he talked about Quantum Computing and Design Automation.
    • Oct 13, 2021: Robert Wille has been appointed member for the GI/ITG/GMM-Workshop Methoden und Beschreibungssprachen zur Modellierung und Verifikation von Schaltungen und Systemen (MBMV 2022).
    • Sep 29, 2021: Our FFG Project "Advanced Production of Microfluidic Devices through Simulation Methods" is covered in this press release (in German) as well as an article by Oberösterreichische Nachrichten.
    • Sep 22, 2021:Dr Álvaro Alhambra, Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Germany, visits the institute and gives a talk on "Training Quantum states at equilibrium: thermal states, tensor networks and area laws ".
    • Sep 21, 2021: Our work on "Design Automation for Microfluidic Concentration Gradient Generators" is presented at the International Conference on Micro and Nano Engineering (MNE).
    • Sep 21, 2021: Robert Wille has been appointed member of the Program Committee for the Workshop on Quantum Software Architecture (QSA).
    • Sep 14, 2021: Robert Wille has been appointed member of the Program Committee for the International Symposium on Design and Diagnostics of Electronic Circuits and Systems (DDECS).
    • Sep 10, 2021: Our work on "Quantum k-community detection: algorithm proposals and cross-architectural evaluation" has been published in Quantum Information Processing.
    • Sep 01, 2021: Our work on "A Survey of Graph Neural Networks for Electronic Design Automation" is presented at the Workshop on Machine Learning for CAD (MLCAD).


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