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Vernon Greer

Analog IC Design Engineer with considerable expertise in mid-­ to high-­frequency transistor­-level design in the semiconductor industry, including clock synthesis, radio frequency circuitry (RF), and memory circuitry design. Experience also includes testing at board­- and wafer­-level, test automation, and simulation scripting.

Ambati Venkata Reddy

working as a analog design engineer in Cadence Benguluru(India)

Baker Mohammad

Experienced leader of industry and academia focusing on developing customized hardware accelerators for low power mobile, AI and IoT devices. Over 20-years hands-on experience in all aspects of SOC and processor design. Specialties: memory design (SRAM, regfile, CAM), VLSI design for best Power, Performance, and Area (PPA) design point. Power management and power conversion including dc/dc and ac/dc. Computer Architecture and Hardware accelerator using In-Memory-Computing and Emerging Technologies (RRAM)

Khaled Zaki Ahmed Hussein

MSC in Electrical Engineering BSC in Electronics Two patents in mathematical software in Engineering design and digital signal processing utility box Undergo private research for commercial use in the areas of very high frequency analog and digital circuits

Larry Pearlstein

ASIC architect and designer. Specialize in deep learning, video, image and signal processing, and compression. Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The College of New Jersey.

Scott XING

Prof./SMTS/Research Fellow/Scientist



Area of Expertise

Circuits: Memory

Bo Feng

Analog IC designer

Ismael Garcia

BS EE from Stanford University and Digital Designer. Areas of focus are computer architecture, VLSI, and Analog IC. I am interested in making chips to test myself.


Chip Architect

Tony Chan

30+ years in IC design, completed several NOR/NAND flash projects, and running in production.

Pushpanjali Chauhan

I am a Graduate student pursuing my master's in Computer Engineering. I am interested in VLSI projects.


Received B.S. degree from Electrical and Electronics Engineering in Middle East Technical University, Turkey, in 2019. Currently, pursuing M.S. degree from Electronics Engineering in Bogazici University, Turkey. Research interests are computer architecture, hardware security and secure memory architecture

Prof Alexsandro Bonatto

Professor at IFRS Campus Restinga

Brett Meadows

Electrical Engineer

Hon-Piu Lam

Hon-Piu Lam, is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). He was an analog IC designer engineer in Valence Semiconductor from 2004 to 2007. From 2007 to 2015, he joined Fujitsu Semiconductor focusing on the embedded NOR flash design. He has been a researcher in HKUST focusing on the integrated power electronic and data converter. His research interests include readout electronics, integrated power electronics and radiation hardened electronics for experimental physics.

Belal Iqbal

I am Ph.D Scholar at IIITD , my research area is In memory computation.

Aravind Raj Swaminathan

A graduating IC design student with lots of passion and interest for electronics design!

Rashmi Jha

I am a professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering at University of Cincinnati. My areas of expertise are: CMOS, Beyond-CMOS devices such as RRAM, FeFETs, gated-RRAM, TFTs, novel device design, fabrication, and testing, neuromorphic computing, and hardware security.

Dr. Naushad Alam

I am Dr. Naushad Alam working as an Associate Professor in the Department of Electronics Engineering, Z H College of Engineering & Technology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India. I received B. Tech. degree in Electronics & Communication Engineering from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi in 2003, and M. Tech. Degree in Electronic Circuits & Systems Design from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh in 2009. I earned Ph.D. degree in Microelectronics from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India in 2013. My doctoral work was on nanoscale circuit design considering the impact of process-induced mechanical stress. He has published 29 papers in SCI indexed journals that include 10 IEEE Transactions and 33 papers in reputed conferences. I have supervised two PhD thesis in the area of device-circuit co-design and presently supervising two more PhD students. I have also successfully executed a UGC funded research project on TFET based SRAM cell design for IoT Applications. My research interests include device-circuit co-design, robust nanoscale circuit design, low power circuit design, PVT tolerant circuit design, Near-Threshold/Sub-Threshold circuit design etc.

Zhiyang Ong

Zhiyang Ong is a globetrotting, venturesome cultural chameleon tackling challenges related to U.N. Sustainable Development Goals, using a skill set that spans electrical engineering and computer science. He is a Ph.D. student at Texas A&M University's electrical & computer engineering department. He is currently working on noise-based logic and embedded deep learning, and had worked on problems in electronic design automation, VLSI formal verification, satisfiability modulo theories, network science (or complex systems), evolutionary computation, network optimization, and multi-objective optimization. He has also designed multiple VLSI circuits and systems, from SRAMs and processors to a Viterbi decoder and a tree adder. In his free time, he was recently working on solving the Quadratic Travelling Salesman Problem (QTSP) with his research collaborators, using an adiabatic quantum computer from D-Wave Systems.


Innovative developer with recognized success at designing, testing, implementing and maintaining computer hardware and software. Critical thinking and forward-focused professional coding in various programming languages. Delivers clear and engaging communications to colleagues and customers and inspires enthusiasm for engineered products and systems.

Bertrand PIGEARD

Hello, I'm an IC Designer Analog/RF with digital skills. I worked mainly on PLL for mobile tranceivers. I used to work on Cadence Design flow for 20 years.

Shigeki Shimomura

Rock head Design Engineer

Area of Expertise

Circuits: Memory

Amel Chenouf

Amel is an Digital IC designer interested , used to work on HDL based Design for testability, Formal verification of Semi custom and IP based SOC DFT. Currently, working on IC design for Reliability. She designed a Test structures chip for Bias Temperature Instability characterization and analysis using TSMC 180nm Technology.

Tayyeb Mahmood

Computer architect, SoC designer, Electrical Engineer

Zeyuan Ma

Area of Expertise

Circuits: Memory

Manuel Muro

Known since I was 12 years old that I wanted to be an electrical engineer, by the time I was like 14 or 16 years I knew that I specifically wanted to design microprocessors. I officially became an electrical engineer by graduating with a B.S.E.E. along with a minor in Business from N.C. State University. With more than 30 years of industry experience, I look forward to bringing some of my own original ideas and visions into reality and I am very much tapped in the entrepreneurial spirit while also be an advocate for Open Source projects, both Software and hardware based, along with being a super advocate for the Agile movement for all engineering disciplines, i.e. beyond it just being a thing software folks do!

Gavaskar K

Postdoc Research Scholar at Heidelberg University, Germany.

Christopher Yonek

I will probably die doing this.

Berna Ors Yalcin

Berna Örs Yalçın received the Electronics & Communication Engineering degree and the MSc degree in 1995 and 1998, respectively, both from the Istanbul Technical University (ITU), Turkey. She received the Electrical Engineering degree in applied sciences from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, in 2005. Currently, she is a Professor at ITU. Her main research interests include cryptography, embedded systems, and side-channel attacks.

Klavs Rommedahl

Graduated as electronic engineer in '93. Think it could be nice and fun to try out this part of the electronic life/world :). I have worked a lot with digital designs over the years, everything from small LED controllers to larger computer boards. And then I am a PCB geek.