Digital Systems Research Group
The Digital Systems Research group was established in March 2009. The research in this group covers a wide range of activities including analytical, numerical and experimental work in both digital and analog aspects. The group is involved in a variety of research fields that are recent and future demanding areas. Over all number of publications are more than 10.
The Digital Systems research group was established in March 2009.
- Dr. Sharukh Agha, Assistant Professor, Group Head
- Rana Liaqat Ali , Assistant Professor, Group Coordinator
- Dr. Shahzad A Malik, Assistant Professor
- Mr. Khurrum Saleem Alamgeer, Assistant Professor
- Mr. Syes Saud Naqvi, Assistant Professor
- Mr. Shahzad Asif, Lecturer
Area of Research Activity
The group is involved in the following areas of research:
- VLSI Architectures for Video Encoders, Image Processing, Digital Signal Processing
- Intelligent Processing Algorithms
- Configurable and Extendible RISC Processor Architectures for Computationally Complex Applications such as Video Encoding, Image Processing, Digital Signal Processing, Computer Vision Algorithms.
- FPGA and DSP based Applications and Latest tools for Embedded Application Systems etc.
- Analog electronic circuits and systems: Analysis, design and implementation
- Filters and Amplifiers
- Microprocessor/microcontroller-based systems
- Industrial automations
- Data acquisition and measurements with database and GUI support
Industrial Services & Expertise
The group has expertise in the following areas:
- Current-mode circuits and systems
- Large signal analysis of analog electronic circuits
- Numerical simulation of electronic devices and systems
- Low power applications
- Current feedback amplifiers.
- Process Automation
The group is capable of providing the following technical service to industry:
- Use of circuit simulation and design tools in electronic system analysis
- Automatic measurements and data acquisition
- Industrial Automation
Rana Liaqat Ali
COMSATS Institute of Information technology, Islamabad