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Skew-Tolerant Circuit Design by David Harris

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About the Author

David Harris is currently an Assistant Professor of Engineering at Harvey Mudd College. He received his Ph.D. in 1999 from Stanford University on skew-tolerant circuit design. Since receiving his M. Eng. from MIT in 1994, he has consulted and taught in the field of high-speed CMOS circuit design at Sun Microsystems, Intel Corporation, HAL Computer, and Evans & Sutherland. In addition, he has taught circuit design at the U.C. Berkeley Extension and Stanford University. When David is not building chips or teaching VLSI to freshmen, he can often be found mountaineering or flying a Cessna.

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