Multi-Physics And Circuit (M-PAC) Lab

Mission: Development of novel materials, devices and circuits for a more sustainable world

Principal Investigator: Dr. Hiu-Yung Wong (

Capabilities and Resources:

  • TCAD, ab initio and SPICE simulations
  • Quantum computing simulation and access to hardware
  • 400K to 4.2K (cryogenic) IV and CV measurements
  • RF charaterization up to 44GHz
  • In-house fulll analog neuromorphic inference circuit simulation


  • Cryogenic Electronics/ Quantum Computing
  • TCAD/Simulation Augmented Machine Learning
  • Radiation Hardness
  • WBG/UWBG Devices and Circuits
  • Neuromorphic Computing IC Design
  • Device Physics
* Students have co-authored paper (Publication list).

Team Members


Senior Projects:

Fall 2021 - Spring 2021

Quantum Chip Design Using Qiskit Metal and HFSS

Harsaroop Dhillon, Matthew Lewis, Ashim Gautam, Eric Reyes


Spring 2020 - Fall 2020

Actuator Circuit for Phones

Wai Aung, Fook Ning Chan, Thadoe Pyaethu, Yishan Shi

Traffic flow control with machine learning Jonathan Azevedo, Sean Fricker, Poliva Hou, Elizabeth Pham


Fall 2019 - Spring 2020

Opto-electronic Simulation of Lidar-on-chip using RSoft

Keren Yin, Ziyun He, Shaofeng liang

Outdoor Solar-Powered Wireless Phone Charging Stations Aydin Kiasat, Quan Tran,
Zaw Nyi Zin
Smart Bike Tony Pulido, Yaovi Gbedjeha, Ahmad Hamid


 Spring 2019 - Fall 2019


Sanghwan Lim,Tomas Pirir, Quang Duong

Model Behavior of Neurons in Human Brain and Interaction Between them by Using ReRAM in Electrical Circuits Hoang Cao,
Hoi Nguyen,
Thanh Lam


Fall 2018 - Spring 2019

Ultra-low Power Bandgap References Jewel Sumabat,
MiKyong Chang,
Qiaoyun Blodget
Power Storage to Light LEDs using Piezoelectric Materials Charlene Magang,
Carrie Gong,
Simran Mahendraker
Solar Energy Harvesting Module for Car Vuong Trinh,
Thao Nguyen,
Kyle Bennett,
Armand Tenkeu
Solar Powered Motion Sensor with Alarm Cristian Chavez,
Kevin Leong,
Cho Thin