Asynchronous VLSI and Architecture

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The asynchronous VLSI and architecture group is part of the Computer Systems Laboratory at the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Yale. Our group uses formal synthesis methods for the design of provably correct, highly concurrent, reliable, and robust asynchronous systems.

Yale University is located roughly 90 miles from New York City. It can be reached by several airports (HVN, BDL, plus NYC area airports, and Boston Logan) as well as by train. The group is located in 503 Dunham Lab on the Yale campus.

There are quite a few hotels that are near Yale and walking distance to our lab. The closest parking garage is the Grove Street Garage, which is roughly two blocks away.

The asynchronous VLSI and architecture group is primarily supported by research grants from the US government. Government sponsors over the years include the National Science Foundation, the Defense and Advanced Research Projects Agency, the Department of Energy, Air Force Research Labs, and the Office of Naval Research, and the National Institutes for Health.