Daniel B. Limbrick

TitleAssistant Professor

DepartmentElectrical and Computer Engineering



Emaildblimbri@ncat.edu, daniel.limbrick@ncat.edu


OfficeMcNair Hall
Room: 525

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Daniel B. Limbrick


Ph D: Electrical Engineering, Vanderbilt University, 2012

MS: Electrical Engineering, Vanderbilt University, 2009

BS: Electrical Engineering, Texas A&M University, 2007

Research Interests

Dr. Daniel B. Limbrick leads the Automated Design for Emerging Processing Technologies (ADEPT) Laboratory at NC A&T where he researches ways to improve the reliability and scalability of integrated circuits through logic & physical synthesis. His research interests include electronic design automation, post-CMOS technologies, computer architecture, lab-on-a-chip, and the reliability of microelectronics.

Recent Publications

Kiddie, Bradley  Robinson, William  Limbrick, Daniel  (2015).  Single-Event Multiple-Transient Characterization and Mitigation via Alternative Standard Cell Placement Methods.  (4,  20,  pp. 60:1 - 60:22).  ACM Trans. Des. Autom. Electron. Syst..

Black, D.  Robinson, W.  Wilcox, I.  Limbrick, Daniel  Black, J.  (2015).  Modeling of Single Event Transients With Dual Double-Exponential Current Sources: Implications for Logic Cell Characterization.  (4,  62,  pp. 1540-1549).  IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science.

Mahatme, Nihaar  Chatterjee, Indranil  Patki, Akash  Limbrick, Daniel  Bhuva, Bharat  Schrimpf, Ronald  Robinson, William  (2013).  An efficient technique to select logic nodes for single event transient pulse-width reduction.  (1,  53,  pp. 114 - 117).  Microelectronics Reliability.

Limbrick, Daniel  (2013).  Reliability-Aware Synthesis of Combinational Logic With Minimal Performance Penalty.  (4,  60,  pp. 2776 - 2781).  IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science.