Andrew and Peggy Cherng Professor of Electrical Engineering and Medical Engineering; Executive Officer for Electrical Engineering; Director, Center for Sensing to Intelligence
B.S., Sharif University of Technology, 1996; M.S., Stanford University, 1999; Ph.D., 2004. Assistant Professor, Caltech, 2007-13; Professor, 2013-17; Cherng Professor, 2017-; HMRI Investigator, 2015-21; EAS Division Deputy Chair, 2015-18; Executive Officer, 2018-; Director, 2021-.
high-performance integrated circuits and systems
Professor Emami works to design and develop high-performance, reliable, low-power mixed-mode circuits in highly scalable technologies that can lead to the advancement of theory and creation of new tools. The applications for this work cover everything from mixed-signal integrated circuits for digital data communication, low-power circuit and system solutions, very-large-scale-integrated (VSLI) systems, circuits at the interfaces, optoelectronics, and biomedical implants.
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