Center for Integrated Circuits and Systems (CICS)

The Center for Integrated Circuits and Systems (CICS) at MIT, established in early 1998, is an industrial consor­tium created to promote new research initiatives in cir­cuits and systems design, as well as to promote a tight­er technical relationship between MIT’s research and relevant industry. CICS investigates a wide range of circuits and systems, including wireless and wireline communication, high-speed, THz, and RF circuits, microsensor/actuator systems, imagers, digital and analog signal processing circuits, biomedical circuits, deep learning systems, emerging technologies, and power conversion circuits, among others. CICS is led by Prof. Harry Lee.