El Grup de Recerca en Sensors Intel·ligents Integrats i Tecnologies per a la Salut (ISSET) està constituït per membres de la UPC (Campus Nord, Diagonal-Besòs i Campus de Vilanova), que formen part del CETpD (Centre d'Estudis Tecnològics per a la Dependència) i experts que pertanyen a l'àmbit mèdic i de la salut. Les àrees de recerca inclouen: Disseny digital i VLSI, Sensors integrats, CMOS-MEMS, Embedded Systems, Intel·ligència artificial, deep learning, eHealth i ajut a la dependència.

The Integrated Smart Sensors and Health Technologies (ISSET) Research Group is composed by UPC members (Campus Nord, Diagonal-Besòs and Vilanova Campus), which are part of the CETpD (Center for Technological Studies for the Unit) and experts belonging to the medical and health fields. The research areas include: Digital design and VLSI, CMOS-MEMS, Integrated sensors, Embedded Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, eHealth and Dependency Aid.

The Integrated Smart Sensors and Health Technologies (ISSET) Research Group is composed by UPC members (Campus Nord, Diagonal-Besòs and Vilanova Campus), which are part of the CETpD (Center for Technological Studies for the Unit) and experts belonging to the medical and health fields. The research areas include: Digital design and VLSI, CMOS-MEMS, Integrated sensors, Embedded Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, eHealth and Dependency Aid.

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  • Self-controlled 4-transistor low-power min-max current selector 

    Madrenas Boadas, Jordi; Fernández Martínez, Daniel; Cosp Vilella, Jordi; Martínez Alvarado, Luis Arturo; Alarcón Cot, Eduardo José; Vidal López, Eva María; Villar Piqué, Gerard (2009-10)
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    Four cross-coupled MOS transistors operating as switches implement a very compact, fast, low-power and precise minimum and maximum current selector. Local positive feedback allows the circuit to work without the need of ...
  • Synchronizable compact CMOS oscillator 

    Villar Piqué, Gerard; Alarcón Cot, Eduardo José; Vidal López, Eva María; Cosp Vilella, Jordi; Madrenas Boadas, Jordi (2005-01)
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    This letter describes the design and implementation of a synchronizable compact CMOS oscillator. By using a fully differential topology, a reduction in area occupancy together with an improved robustness in front of on-chip ...
  • Synchronization of nonlinear electronic oscillators for neural computation 

    Cosp Vilella, Jordi; Madrenas Boadas, Jordi; Alarcón Cot, Eduardo José; Vidal López, Eva María; Villar Piqué, Gerard (2004-09)
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    This paper deals with coupled oscillators as the building blocks of a bioinspired computing paradigm and their implementation. In order to accomplish the low-power and fast-processing requirements of autonomous applications, ...
  • An architecture for real-time arbitrary and variable sampling rate conversion with application to the processing of harmonic signals 

    Galindo Guarch, Francisco Javier; Baudrenghien, Philippe; Moreno Aróstegui, Juan Manuel (2020-05)
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    The paper presents a new solution for sampling rate conversion and processing of harmonic signals with known but possibly varying fundamental frequency. This problem is commonly found in particle accelerators, for tracking ...
  • LEGION-based image segmentation by means of spiking neural networks using normalized synaptic weights implemented on a compact scalable neuromorphic architecture 

    Sánchez Rivera, Giovanny; Madrenas Boadas, Jordi; Cosp Vilella, Jordi (2019-01-01)
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    LEGION (Locally Excitatory, Globally Inhibitory Oscillator Network) topology has demonstrated good capabilities in scene segmentation applications. However, the implementation of LEGION algorithm requires machines with ...