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The Instituto de Microelectrónica de Sevilla is structured into four Research Units whose scientific objectives focus primarily on the implementation and experimental verification of innovative concepts related to the design of micro- and nano-electronic circuits and systems.

The research lines developed at IMSE-CNM aim to provide solutions both in traditional sectors, such as communications, processing systems or instrumentation, and in emerging sectors, such as medical engineering, environment or space technology. These lines also consider the introduction of new devices, such as nano-sensors and micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), and the use of unconventional computing paradigms, such as neural networks or fuzzy logic.

  Unit of Design and Test of Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits
  (TIC 178)
Website of Neuromorphic Systems Group
  Unit of Analog and Mixed-Signal Microelectronics
  (TIC 179)
  Unit of Design of Digital and Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits
  (TIC 180)
  Unit of Micro/Nanometric Circuits and Systems
  (TIC 026)