Delft University of Technology
The Technische Universiteit Delft (TUDelft) is a world-class university ranked 20th for engineering and technology in the 2017 Times Higher Education World University Rankings. Established in 1842, it is the largest and oldest institute of technology in the Netherlands. TUDelft’s eight faculties are home to over 20,000 students and some 900 academic staff and cover the entire spectrum of technology, with a combined science, engineering and design focus. The Circuit and Systems lab (CAS) conducts research on efficient digital hardware design for a broad range of computing use-cases with varying power-performance- cost targets. Outcomes of CAS’s activities typically include hardware prototypes, design and simulation frameworks, as well as virtual prototypes. The lab has a long experience in leading and participating in various EU and national research projects, as well as collaborative research with the industry in this field including worldwide leading companies, such as IBM, ARM, Intel, Infineon, ST, Atmel, Renesas, IMEC, ABN AMRO, Port of Rotterdam, NXP, Bosch, Besi, Philips, Mapper, FEI, ASML, etc.