Zhou Jin

College of Information Science and Engineering

Ph.D

Lecturer

Computer Science and Technology

jinzhou098@hotmail.com

Research Areas

  • Computer Science and Technology

    

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   Research Group Introduction

  • This team mainly focuses on the research of ultra large-scale integrated circuit simulation verification technology (EDA), which belongs to the multidisciplinary field of computer, mathematics, and microelectronics.

  • Therefore, applicants who have a foundation in analog circuits, linear algebra or numerical analysis are welcome to apply.


   Publications

  1. Zhou Jin, Meiping Liu, Xiao Wu, “An Adaptive Dynamic-element PTA Method for Solving Nonlinear DC Operating Point of Transistor Circuits,” IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS), Canada, pp. 37-40, 2018.

  2. Zhou Jin, Xiao Wu, Dan Niu, Xiaoli Guan and Yasuaki Inoue, “Effective Ramping Algorithm and Restart Algorithm in the SPICE3 Implementation for DPTA Method,” IEICE Nonlinear Theory and Its Applications, Vol.E6-N, No.4,13 pages, Oct. 2015.

  3. Zhou Jin, Xiao Wu, Dan Niu, and Yasuaki Inoue, “Effective Implementation and Embedding Algorithms of CEPTA Method for Finding DC Operating Points,” IEICE Transactions Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences, Vol.E96-A, No.12, pp.2524-2532, Dec. 2013.

  4. Xiao Wu, Zhou Jin, Dan Niu and Yasuaki Inoue, “An Adaptive Time-Step Control Method in Damped Pseudo-Transient Analysis for Solving Nonlinear DC Circuit Equations,” IEICE Transactions Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences, Vol.E100-A, No.2, pp. 619-628, 2017.

  5. Xiao Wu, Zhou Jin, Dan Niu and Yasuaki Inoue, “PTA Method Using Numerical Integration Algorithms with Artificial Damping for Solving Nonlinear DC Circuits,” IEICE Nonlinear Theory and Its Applications, Vol.E5-N, No.4, pp. 512-522, 2014.

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