SSCS Member-at-Large 2023-2025
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Low-Power Acoustic Inertial Measurement Chips for Health Informatics and IoT
Presentor: Farrokh Ayazi
Thursday, September 29th, 10 AM ET
This talk describes the development of acoustic inertial measurement sensors which comprises of wideband uni-directional accelerometer contact microphones with micro-gravity resolution and multi-axis resonator gyroscopes with self-calibration capabilities for use as acoustic auscultation devices in body-worn sensor arrays. Combining such devices into a multi-degree-of-freedom inertial measurement unit (IMU) on a single-chip enables the simultaneous measurement of pulmonary lung sounds, chest wall motion, heart mechano-acoustic signals, as well as of user body motion. The CMOS ASIC for the acoustic IMU consists of switched capacitor and transimpedance amplifier front-end circuits that utilize correlated double sampling and chopping for the dynamic cancellation of offset and flicker noise, and use charge injection calibration techniques to compensate for MEMS capacitor mismatch. For tuning and alignment of gyroscopic resonators, low-noise high-voltage (20V) charge pumps are implemented on-chip. We discuss the prospects of reducing power while maintaining precision in interface ICs for MEMS IMUs and review a few IoT applications of these devices.
What I Have Learned from Serendipity in My Career - Sponsored by SSCS Women in Circuits
Serendipity can be defined as the development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way, but it could also be the faculty or phenomenon of finding valuable or agreeable things not explicitly sough for.
Join us on July 25th for a webinar "What I have Learned from Serendipity in My Career" by Jose Robert Alvarez, Senior Director, Intel Programmable Solutions Group.
Jose will talk about his journey through unexpected life experiences and how it affected his professional and personal life.