An Ultra-Stable Frequency Reference Based on sub-THz Rotational Spectroscopy (Nature Electronics, VLSI 2018)
On-Chip Detection of Electronic Spin States in Diamond Color Centers for Magnetometry (VLSI 2018, In Collaboration with D. Englund's Group at MIT)
Parallelism in Broadband Spectral Sensing: Dual-THz-Frequency-Comb Molecular Sensor in CMOS (ISSCC 2017)
Multi-Functional Electromagnetic Designs for Efficient THz Operations (JSSC 2018)
A Fully-integrated Broadband THz Chip-to-Chip Interconnect (T-MTT 2017)
The First THz Radiator with Integrated Phase-Locked Loop. Record Total Radiated Power in Silicon (3.3mW @ 320GHz). (ISSCC 2015)
The Terahertz Integrated Electronics Group is part of MIT's Microsystems Technology Laboratories (MTL). It was established in 2014 by Ruonan Han, an associate professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS). Our research focuses on ultra-high-frequency microelectronic circuits and systems targeting at emerging opportunities in sensing, metrology, security and communication. To learn more, visit Research and Publication.