The Microelectronic Design and Applications Group (DMA) has a long history in the design of integrated circuits, FPGAs and SoCs (System on Chip) for different applications, among which space applications and hardware acceleration stand out. Its members have participated in 11 European projects and numerous contracts with companies and institutions, both national and international. In Space it is a reference group in the study and mitigation of the effects of radiation on digital circuits.
In this field, he regularly collaborates with the main institutions, such as ESA (European Space Agency), INTA (National Institute of Aerospace Technology), CNA (National Accelerator Center) and LANL (Los Alamos National Laboratory). He has also carried out several circuit design projects for Espacio, among which his participation in the Rosetta mission stands out.
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