Christian Enz

EPFL STI IMT ICLAB
MC A4 304 (Bâtiment MC)
Rue de la Maladière 71b, CP 526
CH-2002 Neuchâtel 2

Web site: Web site: https://iclab.epfl.ch

EPFL STI IMT-GE
MC A4 303 (Bâtiment MC)
Rue de la Maladière 71b, CP 526
CH-2002 Neuchâtel 2

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Fields of expertise

Low-Power Analog and RF IC Design
MEMS-Based IC Design
Wireless Sensor Networks
Semiconductor Device Modeling
Noise in Devices and Circuits
Inexact and Error Tolerant Circuits and Systems


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Publications

Infoscience publications

Other publications

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Microengineering

PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Microsystems and Microelectronics

Doctoral Program in Electrical Engineering

Courses

Low-power analog IC design

This course presents the design of low-power analog CMOS integrated circuits. The techniques are based on the concept of inversion coefficient that can be used as the main design parameter for the optimization of figures-of-merit applied to circuits including amplifiers, filters and oscillators.

Analog circuits and systems

This course introduces the analysis and design of linear analog circuits based on operational amplifiers. A Laplace early approach is chosen to treat important concepts such as time and frequency responses, convolution, and filter design. The course is complemented with exercises and simulations.

Low-power radio design for IoT

The basic function of an IoT node is to collect data and send it through a wireless channel to the cloud. Since the power consumption of an IoT node is largely dominated by the wireless communication, it is therefore key to understand the trade-offs faced when designing the radio.