Master of Engineering (Research), QUT Brisbane, 2003
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/Bachelor of IT, QUT Brisbane, 2001
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Generating a New Strain of FPGA Infrastructure by the Application of SiC Based Non-Volatile Memory Devices
Silicon Carbide (SiC) is a wide bandgap semiconductor material and utilising its advanced material properties, the novel conceptual memory QsRAM was devised. Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) are Reconfigurable Computing (RC) technology under intense research, which act as the bridge between desktop computing and traditional clustered supercomputers.
In this research we first proposed to replace conventional memory elements in FPGA using QsRAM, thus increasing the non-volatility, device durability and chip area efficiency while decreasing memory related device stress. The Single Context Multiple Topologies (SCMT) FPGA structure concept was then proposed to servers as the embodiment of multiple overlapping (multi-dimensional) logical systems conveniently existed in the same physical FPGA construct. SCMT will serve as a platform for a new degree of dynamic reconfigurability, enabling implementation of highly versatile hardware computational behaviour and encapsulates polymorphic capability into the physical device structure. The research concentrates on developing the SCMT based Configurable Logic Blocks (CLB), Connection Blocks (CB) and related architectures.
Brief Industrial Experience
- United Microelectronics Corporation (Singapore), Etch Process Engineer (Senior), 2007~2009
- Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing (Singapore) – currently GlobalFoundries (Singapore), Etch Process Engineer, 2006
- 1st Silicon Semiconductor Manufacturing (Malaysia) – currently X-Fab (Malaysia), Etch Process Engineer, 2004~2005
SupervisorsProfessor Barry Harrison
Professor Sima Dimitrijev