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Abdulqader Mahmoud is a PhD candidate at Delft University of Technology and is working on spin wave based circuit design. He received the Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and the M.S. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Khalifa University, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, in 2015 and 2017, respectively. His research interest includes spin wave based circuit design, power management unit system for IoT application, image and signal processing.

Publications

  • https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Abdulqader-Mahmoud
  • 2-output Spin Wave Programmable Logic Gate
  • Fanout of 2 Triangle Shape Spin Wave Logic Gates
  • 4-output Programmable Spin Wave Logic Gate
  • Achieving Wave Pipelining in Spin Wave Technology
  • Spin Wave Based Full Adder
  • Spin Wave Based Approximate Computing
  • Introduction to Spin Wave Computing
  • Spin Wave Normalization Towards all Magnonic Circuits
  • Fan-out enabled spin wave majority gate
  • n-bit Data Parallel Spin Wave Logic Gate
  • A Gain-Controlled, Low-Leakage Dickson Charge Pump for Energy-Harvesting Applications
  • Spin Wave Based 4-2 Compressor
  • Spin Wave Based Approximate 4:2 Compressor
  • Multi-frequency Data Parallel Spin Wave Logic Gates
  • Spin Wave Normalization Toward All Magnonic Circuits
  • Introduction to spin wave computing
  • A Charge Pump Based Power Management Unit With 66%-Efficiency in 65 nm CMOS
  • Capstone project on speech morphing: A highlight to undergraduate education on signal processing
  • Two dimensional filters for enhancing the resolution of interpolated CT scan images
  • Two dimensional filters for improving the resolution of up-sampled video files
  • A multi-input, multi-output power management unit using dickson charge pump for energy harvesting applications
  • A new watermarking algorithm for scanned colored PDF files using DWT and hash function
  • Would Magnonic Circuits Outperform CMOS Counterparts?

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