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Qing Zhu, PhD
Faculty Title
Adjunct Faculty
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Dr. Qing Zhu splits his time working at ITU and as a full-time CAD manager at eveRAM Technology Inc. He is a professional in CAD methodology, EDA tools for VLSI high-speed, and affordable low-power chips. Starting his career in 1995, he has also worked at Intel, SanDisk and several semiconductor startups.

Dr. Zhu received his Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering from China and his PhD in Computer Engineering from University of California, Santa Cruz. He has published many technical papers and holds six US patents. His technical contributions include a new balanced clock routing algorithm, a novel chip and package co-design strategy, an iterative optimization algorithm for delay-constrained minimum-cost routing and a low-voltage swing clock distribution scheme. He is also a senior member of IEEE.