- Ph.D Candidate
- Micropower Circuits and Systems Group
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- University of California, Davis
Stanley Hsu graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2006 with a B.S. in Computer Engineering.
From 2005 - 2006, Stanley was a undergraduate research intern at the Networked & Embedded Systems Laboratory (NESL) at UCLA. At NESL, he learned the basics of hardware design. The main project he designed was an electrocardiograph data acquisition board. He also collaborated with other students on various hardware projects.
In addition to interning at NESL, Stanley was the Chair for the student chapter of IEEE at UCLA. He was responsible for coordinating speaker events, gathering funding for student projects (Natcar and Micromouse), and attending local IEEE (Coastal Los Angeles) section meetings.
From January to September of 2007, he worked full-time as a Hardware Design Engineer at Cisco Systems in Milpitas. At Cisco, he designed a router test module which consists of several high speed busses and high performance FPGA. On the module, he also designed a fault monitoring circuit for the IEEE PoE standard. The test module PCB was successfully fabricated in the first run. In addition to designing the test module, Stanley also performed power distribution analysis and bypass capacitor study for the router's mainboard.
Currently, Stanley is pursuing his Ph.D. in the area of ultra low power mixed-signal circuit design. To read more about his research interestes and projects, please click on the research tab above.