Dutton's group develops and applies computer aids to process modeling and device analysis. His circuit design activities emphasize layout-related issues of parameter extraction and electrical behavior for devices that affect system performance. Activities include primarily silicon technology modeling both for digital and analog circuits, including OE/RF applications. New emerging area now includes bio-sensors and the development of computer-aided bio-sensor design.
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|Modeling of charge trapping induced threshold-voltage instability in high-kapp gate dielectric FETs||Liu, Y; Shanware, A; Colombo, L; Dutton, R||IEEE Electron Device Letters||06-2006|
|Metallic photonic crystals with strong broadband absorption at optical frequencies over wide angular range||Dutton, RW, et. al.||Journal of Applied Physics||05-2005|
|Biological shot-noise and quantum-limited signal-to-noise ratio in affinity-based biosensors||Dutton, RW, et. al.||Journal of Applied Physics||04-2005|
|Minimum achievable phase noise of RC oscillators||Dutton, RW, et. al.||Journal of Solid-State Circuits||03-2005|
IEEE J.J. Ebers Award, 1987 IEEE Jack A. Morton Award, 1996 National Academy of Engineering, 1991 C&C Prize, 2000 SIA University Researcher Award, Semiconductor Industries Association, 2005 Phil Kaufman Award, 2006