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Shouli Yan

Assistant Professor


Shouli Yan is an assistant professor at Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin. He received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University in 2002. His doctoral research, baseband continuous-time sigma-delta A/D conversion with 1.1 MHz bandwidth and 88 dB dynamic range, extended the bandwidth of high resolution (> 85 dB dynamic range) continuous-time sigma-delta modulators by 11 times. In 1999 he interned at Texas Instruments, Inc., Dallas, working on low distortion audio power amplifiers. The amplifier architecture and circuit techniques proposed by him solved several problems of prior work, and improved signal/distortion ratio of conventional amplifiers by more than 40 dB. He also did consulting work to Silicon Labs, Inc., on integrated circuits for high speed communications. His current research interests are in the areas of analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits.

Contact Information
Phone: (512) 232-7938
FAX: (512) 471-8967
Email: slyan@ece.utexas.edu
Office: ACE 6.118
Mailing Address:
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas 78712-1084
Research Interests
Analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits, including, low-voltage low-power mixed-signal integrated circuits, mixed-signal integrated circuits for wireless/wireline communications, oversampling and Nyquist-rate A/D and D/A converters, and analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits in deep-submicron, or nano-meter scale, technologies.
Completed Research Projects
A continuous-time sigma-delta modulator with 88-dB dynamic range and 1.1-MHz signal bandwidth.
Presented at ISSCC 2003, paper and presentation. JSSC Jan. 04 paper
A 14-mW 2.5MS/s 14-bit sigma-delta modulator using CMOS split path amplifiers.
Presented at CICC 2006, paper and presentation.
A 2.7-mW 2-MHz continuous-time sigma-delta modulator with a hybrid active-passive loop filter.
Presented at CICC 2006, paper and presentation.
Constant-gm rail-to-rail CMOS amplifiers (to be published in IEEE Trans. Circuits and Systems, -I and -II respectively)

UT Mixed-Signal/RF Seminar Series

Currently I am co-organizing UT Mixed-Signal/RF Integrated Circuits Seminar Series with Prof. Ranjit Gharpurey.


(last updated in Jan. 2007)