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Elec. & Comp. Eng.

Univ. of Toronto

Ali Sheikholeslami
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Toronto

Welcome! I am a professor with the Electronics Group in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto. My current research interests are in high-speed signaling for chip-to-chip communications and hardware annealing for accelerated optimization. I am also interested in the design of random-access memory circuits (such as SRAM, DRAM, FeRAM, and MRAM), and Content-Addressable Memories (CAM).

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List of All Publications and Patents
Digital Annealing for Accelerated Optimization
High Speed Signaling for Wireline
Past Research: Spin Electronics: STT-MRAM
Past Research: Content-Addressable Memories
Past Research: Ferroelectric Memories

Teaching and Tutorials
Circuit Intuitions in SSCS Magazine
Jitter and Phase Noise on SSCS Youtube Channel
Presentation Slides for Jitter and Phase Noise
StatOpt: Wireline Link StatEye and Optimization Tool
ECE354: Electronic Circuits (2023)
ECE1392: IC's for Digital Communications
FeRAM 101 -- A short course on FeRAM
How to Pronounce My Family Name

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