VLSI architecture, RF and mixed signal IC design, digital signal processing, image processing
Hao Min got his Ph.D degree from the department of material science, Fudan University in 1991 and then served as an associate professor in the ASIC & Systems State Key Laboratory of Fudan University. From 1995 to 1998, he worked as visiting associate professor in the department of electrical engineering, Stanford University, USA focusing on low power mixed signal VLSI design especially on the design and characterizing of CMOS image sensors. 1998~2005, he served as professor and director of ASIC & Systems State Key Laboratory, Fudan University and worked on the smart card and RFID chip technology. In 2002, he founded Auto-ID Lab at Fudan and has served as research director since then. Dr. Min’s research areas include VLSI architecture, RF and mixed signal IC design, digital signal processing, image processing, etc. He has published more than 70 papers in journals and conferences. He is the inventor of more than 20 patents (pending).