Wissenschaftliche und Berufliche Ausbildung:

Seit 2015

Promotion und Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter beim Fachgebiet Integrierte Elektronische Systeme, Technische Universität Darmstadt

2014

Group Research and Advanced Engineering Displays, Daimler AG

2011 – 2013

Master of Science Mechatronik mit Vertiefung Elektrotechnik, Universität des Saarlandes

2008 – 2011

Bachelor of Science Mechatronik, Universität des Saarlandes

Forschungs- und Arbeitsbereiche:

DFG Projekt: "Source-synchronous I/O links using adaptive interface trainings for high bandwidth applications"

Veröffentlichungen:

Patent DE 10 2017 109 192 "Schaltungsanordnung und Verfahren zum Ermitteln eines Versatzes zwischen zwei Signalflanken", Nico Angeli, Klaus Hofmann, 2017.

Nico Angeli, Klaus Hofmann, "A Scalable Fully Synthesized Phase-to-Digital Converter for Phase and Duty-Cycle Measurement of High-Speed Clocks", IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) 2018, Florence, Italy

Nico Angeli, Klaus Hofmann, "A Low-Power and Area-Efficient Digitally Controlled Shunt-Capacitor Delay Element for High-Resolution Delay Lines", IEEE International Conference on Electronics Circuits and Systems (ICECS) 2018, Bordeaux, France

Nico Angeli, Oliver Bachmann, Klaus Hofmann, "A 2.5 GHz All-Digital Multiphase DLL and Phase Shifter in 65 nm CMOS Using a Scalable Phase-to-Digital Converter", IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) 2019, Sapporo, Japan

Nico Angeli, Klaus Hofmann, "An All-Digital Duty-Cycle Corrector for Parallel High-Speed I/O Links", IEEE Nordic Circuits and Systems Conference (NORCAS) 2019, Helsinki, Finland.

Nico Angeli, Klaus Hofmann, "Low-Power All-Digital Multiphase DLL Design Using a Scalable Phase-to-Digital Converter", IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers.

Nico Angeli, Klaus Hofmann, "Fast Digital Clock Calibration of a Differential 6.4 Gb/s/pin Bidirectional Asymmetric Memory Interface", IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs.

Betreute Vorlesungen und Praktika:

Advanced Digital Integrated Circuit Design (ADIC)

Betreute studentische Arbeiten:

2019

Hannes Korn, " Offsetkompensation eines getakteten Komparators mittels schaltbarer Kondensatoren basierend auf Transmission Gates," Projektseminar

Hannes Korn, "Methoden zur Offset-Kalibrierung von getakteten Komparatoren," Proseminar

2018

Maximilian Reuter, "Microprocessor Based Adaptive Interface Training of a Source-Synchronous I/O Link," Master Thesis

Michael Wesp, "Design und Implementierung eines Replica-Based Biased CML Verstärkers zur Minimierung der Setup Time Variation eines differentiellen Highspeed Receivers," Bachelor Thesis

Michael Wesp, "Methods for Calibration and PVT Compensation in Time-To-Digital Converters," Projektseminar

Michael Wesp, "Overview of Common Time-To-Digital Converter Architectures," Proseminar

2017

Sven Himer, "Design und Implementierung eines 8 Gb/s MOS-only Source-Series Terminated Transmitters in einem 65 nm Prozess," Master Thesis

Klara Saary, "Receiver front-end design for mulit-gigabit transceiver," Proseminar

Ricardo Mejia Mertel, "Design of a digitally controlled Duty Cycle Corrector," Projektseminar

Nicolas Eberlein, "Implementation of an SPI Interface between a test chip in a 65 nm CMOS technology and an FPGA," Master Thesis

Ricardo Mejia Mertel, "Comparison and evaluation of different Duty Cycle correction Architectures," Proseminar

Andreas Burkhardt, "Implementation of a Phase-to-digital converter in an FPGA and performance analysis with respect to jitter," Master Thesis

Nico Schmid, "High Speed PCB Design," Proseminar

Rudolf Koch, "Design und Implementierung einer digitalen coarse-fine Delayline mit Regelschleife für die Phasenanpassung bei High-speed I/Os," Bachelor Thesis

2016

Aishwarya Prabhakaran, "Schematic level design of a digitally controlled phase interpolator in 65 nm CMOS technology," Master Seminar

Nico Schmid und Tobias Leipe, "Entwicklung eines Kopfhörerverstärkers," Projektseminar

Rudolf Koch, "Analyse digital einstellbarer Delaylines zur Phasenanpassung und Implementierung in einer 65 nm CMOS Technologie," Projektseminar

2015

Palanir Deeksha Bhat, "Design of ALU for coarse grained reconfigurable computing," Master Seminar

Kontakt

Technische Universität Darmstadt

Fachbereich Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik

Fachgebiet Integrierte Elektronische Systeme

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Hofmann

Merckstr. 25

64283 Darmstadt

+49 6151 16-20256

+49 6151 16-20264

Kontakt

Technische Universität Darmstadt

M. Sc. Nico Angeli

S3|06 345b
Merckstr. 25
64283 Darmstadt

+49 6151 16-20255
+49 6151 16-20264

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