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Tadahiro Kuroda

Career

Tadahiro Kuroda received the B.S. and the Ph.D degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Tokyo, Japan. In 1982, he joined Toshiba Corp., where he was engaged in the research and development of high-speed LSI circuits for telecommunications, and low-power LSI circuits for mobile and network applications. From 1988 to 1990, he was a Visiting Scholar with the University of California, Berkeley, conducting research in the field of VLSI CAD. In 2000, he moved to the Keio University, and currently he is a professor of the department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering.

Research activities

P-2 Environment-embedded device technology

In the COE program, he is engaged in the research of LSI circuit design for chip-to-chip wireless communications. His research interests include high-speed low-power circuit design for logic and memory LSIs, wireless data communications, broadband data communications, and image recognition for human-computer-interactions.

The main researches

In the COE program, he is engaged in the research of LSI circuit design for chip-to-chip wireless communications. His research interests include high-speed low-power circuit design for logic and memory LSIs, wireless data communications, broadband data communications, and image recognition for human-computer-interactions.

Activity at a society

He is a program chair of the Symposium on VLSI Circuits in 2004 and 2005, and a sub-session chair in ICCAD2003/2004 and SSDM2003/2004. He served as program committee members in the Symposium on VLSI Circuits, CICC, ISLPED, DAC, ASP-DAC, ICCAD, ISQED, VLSI Design, and SSDM. He is a regent of the IEICE Tokyo chapter.

OFFICE

Sitting-room:23-315
Extension:42231

ADDRESS

kuroda@elec.keio.ac.jp
http://www.kuroda.elec.keio.ac.jp
tel: 045-566-1534
fax: 045-566-1534

KEYWORDS

System LSI, Low-power high-speed VLSI circuit design, High-performance interface, Wireless, Broadband, Human-computer-interaction