Centre for Advanced Devices and Systems (CADS)

Centre for Advanced Devices and Systems (CADS)

Research Centre

About Us

The Centre for Advanced Devices and Systems (CADS) is set up to consolidate research and innovation in the general scope of microelectronics which necessitate various components such as opto-electronics and nano-electronics material, device, design, fabrication and characterisation, application-specific microchip, and microprocessor circuit designs, and intelligent system and control models.


To focus on research and development of microelectronics encompassing opto-electronics, and nano-electronics, microchip and circuit designs, and intelligent control systems.


To spearhead research and development and to promote a culture for innovation and collaboration with industries in microelectronic designs, fabrication and system controls.

Centre for Advanced Devices and Systems (CADS),
Faculty of Engineering,
Multimedia University,
Persiaran Multimedia, 63100 Cyberjaya,
Selangor, Malaysia.

Group (1): Electronic Materials & Devices

  • Thin Film Depositions by Evaporation, Pulsed Laser and RF/DC Magnetron Sputtering Guns
  • Wet Chemical Processings by Sol-Gel Hydrothermal, Spin Coating and Spray Pyrolysis Techniques
  • Transparent Conducting Oxides (TCOs, e.g. Intrinsic and Doped ITO, ZnO) Thin Films,Colloids, Nanostructures
  • ZnO based Devices such as Sensors, Transistors, and Solar Cells
  • Terahertz(THz) Electronic Devices
  • Monte Carlo Studies ofAdvanced Semiconducting Materials and Devices
  • Organic Light Emitting Diodes, Transistors and Solar Cells
  • Magnetic Nanoparticles and Devices
  • Thermoelectric Thin Films and Nanostructures
  • Prototype Capacitors for DRAM
  • Biomedical Devices

Group (2): Circuits & Systems

  • CMOS Mixed-Signal IC Designs:
  • Low-Power Integrated Circuit Design Techniques (CMOS)
  • High-Speed Asynchronous I/O (CMOS) and CMOS Data Conversion Circuits
  • Integrated Circuit for Wireless Applications
  • Development of integrated circuits and sensors with applications for RFID and other short-reach wireless systems
  • Noise and reliability studies of MEMS Sensors and Actuators
  • Identification of Direction-dependent Processes – Modelling and Control of Single-input Single-output Direction-dependent Processes – Theoretical Study on Multivariable Direction-dependent Processes
  • Design of Signals for Identification


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chan Kah Yoong


Dr. Sin Yew Keong

Group Leader (Electronic Materials & Devices Group)

Dr. Lee Lini

Group Leader (Circuits and Systems Group)

Prof. Dr. Md. Shabiul Islam


Prof. Dr. Ong Duu Sheng


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tan Ai Hui

Associate Professor

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pang Wai Leong

Associate Professor

Dr. Wong Siew Kin

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Lee Chu Liang


Dr. Chinnaiyan Senthilpari

Senior Lecturer

Dr. Nisha Kumari Devaraj

Web Administrator

Low Pei Ling