Bob Vanhoof

  • SRAM design
  • low power design
  • digital design
  • RISC-V microcontrollers
  • Measurement automation

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Career overview

Bob Vanhoof was born in Leuven, Belgium, in 1994. In 2017, he received the M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from KU Leuven, with a masters thesis on an FPGA implementation of the IEEE802.11ad PHY. Currently, he is a research assistant at MICAS where, he is working towards the PhD degree. His research interest includes ultra low energy design and SRAM design. 


Ultra-low Leakage Power SRAM for Biomedical and IoT Applications Bob Vanhoof · Dissertation · Feb 1. 2024
A 1MHz 256kb Ultra Low Power Memory Macro for Biomedical Recording Applications in 22nm FD-SOI Using FECC to Enable Data Retention Down to 170mV Supply Voltage Bob Vanhoof and Wim Dehaene · Article · Jan 1. 2024 IEEE Transactions On Circuits And Systems I-Regular Papers; 2024; Vol. 71; iss. 1; pp. 299 - 305