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Timothée Lévi (Talence, 1981) received the master degree in Electronics at the Univ. of Bordeaux in 2004. He got his Electronics enginereering diploma at ENSEIRB-MATMECA (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Electronique, Informatique et Télécommunications, Mathématique et Mécanique de Bordeaux) in 2004. He received the Ph.D. degree in Electronics at Univ. of Bordeaux in 2007.

Research Interest

My research interests combine the engineering of neuromorphic systems and the reuse methodologies for analog VLSI design. My research in neuromorphic engineering aims at designing and using integrated circuits (IC) which components and architecture are neuro-mimetic (i.e. mimic biological neural systems). This research activity has been inter-disciplinary oriented. My case study for the reuse methodologies is the optimization of the design of silicon conductance-based neural networks on analog ASICs. I particularly focus on the definition and re-use of IP-AMS definition, supported by an IP-based library of analog and mixed circuits, and its exploration tool. The IP-based library, developed for that specific application domain, accelerates the design cycle for the next ASIC generation.


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