Trained as a Software Engineer, i am an advocate for Libre Ethical Technology in business.
Semiconductor professional with 40 years experience. I act as a technical consultant, design consultant, or architect for SoCs, embedded systems etc.
Passionate about engineering and electronics. Love teaching and mentoring. Highly experience in analogue and RF electronics and enjoy managing projects.
An experienced mixed-signal IC design engineer / design manager with over 25 years experience. Has design and led the design of multiple mixed-signal ICs through to tapeout and silicon verification. Also experienced with the delivery of IP blocks. Worked across multiple market sectors.
Professor of CSE at UC Santa Cruz
Current iOS Programmer, EE with decade of physical design experience in mixed signal - worked on POWER architecture PLLS.
I'm currently working as an Optics Design Engineer for Biotech applications. My main interests are (Micro/Opto)Electronics, Optics and Photonics, Data Science and Embedded Systems.
Electronic Engineer from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (Brazil). Master in Electrical Engineering from UFSC (thesis title: CMOS Ultra-Low-Voltage Ring Oscillators). Interested in the areas of Sensors, Ultra-Low Power Circuits and MOS modeling.
Over 25+ years of experience Silicon Engineer with focus on taking a Silicon from GDS2 to PRQ. Involved in Wafersort testing, Packaging, Packaging Testing, Silicon Characterisation - Electrical & Functional, Package Qualification, Reliablity testing and Yield management
President and CEO
Analog/MS/RF IC designer
I am Pratika Tripathi. I am in my final year of Btech. I am very interested in physical designing of IC. I had even taken 3 courses of kunal ghosh sir on physical design, stay, and cts. I am doing my final year project in physical design.
I am a professor of Neuroprosthetics at Newcastle University. My primary interest is in developing implantable medical devices to treat neurological conditions.
DR. PETER BERMEL is an associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University. He is the PI for the SCALE project, which aims to perform workforce development in microelectronics. His research focuses on improving the performance of photovoltaic, thermophotovoltaic, and microelectronic systems using the principles of nanophotonics. Key enabling techniques for his work include electromagnetic and electronic theory, modeling, simulation, fabrication, and characterization.