Lydia Lee

I am a PhD student in UC Berkeley's Swarm Lab under Kris Pister, where I work on sensor interfaces, image sensors, and image processing hardware.

I received my B.S. in Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences from UC Berkeley in 2017.

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Research

I'm interested sensor systems and networks, computer vision hardware, and low-power computation. My research involves making the sensor systems and computational hardware for autonomous microrobots.

CMOS oscillators to satisfy 802.15.4 and Bluetooth LE PHY specifications without a crystal reference
David Burnett, Brad Wheeler, Lydia Lee, Filip Maksimovic, Arvind Sundararajan, Osama Khan, Kristofer S.J. Pister
Computing and Communication Workshop and Conference (CCWC), 2019
bibtex

We find most physical-layer specifications for RF communication standards IEEE 802.15.4 can be satisfied by relaxation oscillators with the exception of RF carrier accuracy.

Course Projects
Si_MRM

Analysis of Silicon Microring Modulators for PAM-4 Optical Transmitters
Lydia Lee
2018


Microring resonators have a linear region of transmission vs. bias voltage, allowing for their use in PAM-N (N > 1) optical transmitters without the need for device-specific calibration.

Teaching
ee16a

EE16A - Fall 2018 (GSI)

EE16A - Spring 2017 (UGSI)

EE16A - Fall 2016 (UGSI)

EE16A - Spring 2016 (UGSI)