The University of Southampton

Yunpeng Cai 

Postgraduate Research Student

Yunpeng Cai received the BEng degree in Electronic Engineering from University of Central Lancashire, UK, in 2013, and MSc degree in Microelectronics System Design from University of Southampton, UK, 2014.

He is currently pursuing the Ph.D. degree in Electronics and Electrical Engineering. His research topic is ultra-low power circuit design based on near-threshold voltage techniques. He also has experience and great interest in computer vision, 3D object reconstruction and reliable ultra-low power system design. Through the ARM-ECS Research Centre, he completed a six-month internship in the Arm Research, Cambridge, where he focussed on the design of building blocks for ultra-low power systems.


Research interests

Ultra-Low Power Circuit Design, Computer Vision, Hardware Security, Flexible Electronics, Bio-Electronics, Photonics IC design


Cai, Yunpeng, Savanth, Parameshwarappa Anand, Kumar, Prabhat, Pranay, Myers, James, Weddell, Alexander and Kazmierski, Tomasz (2017) Evaluation and analysis of single-phase clock flip-flops for NTV applications. In 2017 27th International Symposium on Power and Timing Modeling, Optimization and Simulation (PATMOS). IEEE. 6 pp . (doi:10.1109/PATMOS.2017.8106962).

Cai, Yunpeng, Savanth, Parameshwarappa Anand Kumar, Prabhat, Pranay, Myers, James, Weddell, Alexander and Kazmierski, Tomasz (2018) Ultra-low power 18-transistor fully-static contention-free single-phase clocked flip-flop in 65nm CMOS. IEEE Journal of Solid State Circuits, 1-10. (doi:10.1109/JSSC.2018.2875089).

Cai, Yunpeng and Savanth, Parameshwarappa Anand, Kumar (2018) Dataset for 'Ultra-Low Power 18-Transistor Fully-Static Contention-Free Single-Phase Clocked Flip-Flop in 65nm CMOS'. University of Southampton doi:10.5258/SOTON/D0678 [Dataset]


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