Alex Lo

Research & Engineering

My research interests are in ultra-low power asynchronous circuits operating in the subthreshold region and methodologies for front-end and back-end design. My latest work focuses on developing back-end flow for implementing side-channel power attack mitigation.


Alex earned his PhD in Computer Engineering at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. His academic research includes asynchronous circuits for ultra-low supply voltages and development of physical implementation methodologies. Prior to joining Galois, Alex worked on physical design for wireless communication chips at Intel and 5G network infrastructure processors at Marvell.