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Dr Eugenio Miguel Isern Riutort

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Dr Eugenio Miguel Isern Riutort
Senior Lecturer
Electronic Technology

Dr Eugenio Miguel Isern Riutort

personal.uib.eu/eugeni.isern

Curriculum

Brief CV

My research activity started in January 1991 when I got a pre-doctoral scholarship from the Ministry of Education and Science, and started my doctoral thesis at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia in the field of testing of digital integrated circuits.

Since then I've been working on basically two research topics:

a) Test and verification of ICs. In the first research stage, I worked on the detection of faults in microelectronic circuits, primarily through observation of the current consumption, either static (IDDQ) and dynamic (IDDT). Studies were extended to not only digital circuits but also analog sections and even radio frequency circuits. The work done ranges from fault modeling to sensor design and conducting experimental measurements. Given the evolution of microelectronic technologies, they happen to have important variations in technological parameters, which leads me to extend my studies to test techniques that consider the variability of parameters of the circuits. That makes me start reasearch on predictive test, oscillation based test, autotunning techniques, topics which represent a major challenge within the community of integrated circuit test test. Within this area of ​​work we have published 15 articles in international journals with impact index (SCI).


b) Design of sensors to detect the total dose of ionizing radiation (TID) made standard MOS integrated circuits. The first generation of sensors detected when the TID exceeds a critical value. Currently we are are focusing on producing an output current or a digital output whose frequency is proportional to the TID, and are based on floating gate MOS transistors. On this subject I have published five articles in IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science.

Teaching

Subjects taught. Academic Year 2018-19

Subjects taught
Subject Degree/campus
11312 - Electronic Instrument Systems
11293 - Instrumentation and Data Acquisition
11329 - Master's Thesis

Subjects taught. Academic Year 2019-20

Subjects taught
Subject Degree/campus
22414 - Analogical Electronics
22421 - Electronic Instrumentation
11312 - Electronic Instrument Systems
11293 - Instrumentation and Data Acquisition
11329 - Master's Thesis

Teaching, 5 previous years

Subject Degree
11293 - Instrumentation and Data Acquisition
  • Master's in Advanced Physics and Applied Mathematics 2014-15, 2015-16
11312 - Electronic Instrument Systems
11329 - Master's Thesis
22414 - Analogical Electronics
  • Degree in Automation and Industrial Electronic Engineering2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19
  • Degree in Telematics Engineering 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19
22421 - Electronic Instrumentation
  • Degree in Automation and Industrial Electronic Engineering2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19
4693 - End of Degree Project
  • Technical Industrial Engineering, specialising in Industrial Electronics2014-15

Research

Research groups

Group Membership type
Electronic Engineering Group (GEE) Member
Nicgrup Collaborator
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