Integrated Circuit & Electronics Laboratory

  1. STARDUST Project has Launched!
    ICELAB has just launched a multi-million euro project that aims to use micro-scale implants inside the living brain to cure movement disorders like Parkinsons disease.

    The project has received a European Union (EU) grant of more than DKK 28 million to support the project and is a collaboration with 8 leading research institutions and companies in Europe.

    Read more about the project here

  2. Behzad Zeinali has Graduated
    Behzad Zeinali has completed his PhD education where he researched ultra-low power memory design in scaled technology nodes. His thesis:

    Memories in Embedded Computing Systems – Challenges and Opportunities of Technology Scaling

    resulted in novel low-power consuming, reliable and high-density embedded memories such as SRAMs, STT-MRAMs and SOT-MRAMs in scaled technology nodes.


  3. Aarhus University is making computers more "brain like"
    Our brains has an ability to quickly detect and recognize patterns in images and music while using very little energy. In order to exploit this ability in todays computers we are now developing a brain-like - or neuromorphic - computer based on this principle that mimics the way the brain thinks and can thus make decisions using a fraction of the power a normal computer uses. The power consumption is further reduced and the speed further enhanced by integrating photonic components in the design.
Recent Publications
  1. by Hooman Farkhani, Mohammad Tohidi, Sadaf Farkhani, Jens Kargaard Madsen and Farshad Moradi
    Accepted in IEEE BioCAS

    by Behzad Zeinali, Dimitrios Karsinos and Farshad Moradi
    Accepted in IEEE TCAS II

    by Katrine Lundager, Farshad Moradi
    Accepted in IEEE S3S 
  2. by Meysam Akbari, Omid Hashemipour and Farshad Moradi
    Accepted in Circuits, Systems, and Signal Processing

    by Behzad Zeinali, Jens Kargaard Madsen, Praveen Raghavan and Farshad Moradi
    Accepted in IEEE International Conference on Computer Design

    by Leila Bagheriye, Siroos Toofan, Roghayeh Saeidi, Behzad Zeinali and Farshad Moradi
    Accepted in IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II
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Recent Projects
Ultra-low power wirelessly powered implantable electronic device for optogenetics with the possibility of local drug-delivery for Parkinson’s patients.

Funding: European Union (EU) grant  EUR 3.8 million
ICE-Lab is a research group from the Department of Engineering at Aarhus University. The areas of research at the department covers biological and chemical engineering, civil and architectural engineering, electrical and computer engineering and mechanical and materials engineering
Each year, the department initiates a great number of multidisciplinary projects. The lates projects can be found in the Research Profile 2016.
This year, ICE Lab has started the project of constructing an intelligent contact lens to improve treatment conditions for glaucoma. See pages 58-59.
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Spintronic-Photonic IC
Spintronic-photonic integrated circuit platform for novel electronics, which can be applied in ultrafast and energy-efficient memory or sensor technology.

Funding: H2020-FETOPEN grant EUR 3.4 million
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