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Dr. Hamedi-Hagh joined the Department of Electrical Engineering in 2005. His areas of research and expertise include high frequency modeling of semiconductor device structures and design of Radio Frequency, Analog and Mixed-Signal integrated circuits for wireless and wireline communication systems.
Dr. Hamedi-Hagh has developed the Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits laboratory and curriculum at both graduate and undergraduate levels with over $0.5M research funding and through close collaborations with industries. He has received several California State University (CSU) professional development grants, CSU Research Funds, Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity (RSCA) grants, SJSU Planning Council Grants, College of Engineering professional development grants and Junior Faculty Career Development Grants. He is a founding member of SJSU Smart Technology and Computing Center for Complex Systems. In 2016, he was appointed as the Mixed-Signal endowed chair at the College of Engineering. Dr. Hamedi-Hagh has co-authored a research book on Silicon Nanowire Transistors with Springer. He has over 30 refereed scientific journal and conference papers and has received several best paper awards. Dr. Hamedi-Hagh has advised and consulted on several hundred projects on design of integrated circuits and systems. He holds seven US and world patents on wireless circuits, systems and security. His latest patent introduces suspendance® and trajectance® laws as alternatives to Kirchhoff's laws for circuit analysis.
4) IoT Radio
5) Transceiver Design
SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS:
(1) Silicon Nanowire Transistors, A. Bindal and S. Hamedi-Hagh, Springer, 2016.
(2) S. Hamedi-Hagh and A. Bindal, "Design of Low-Power and High-Speed Opamp Integrated Circuits Using Silicon Nanowire Transistors," European Journal of Advances in Engineering and Technology, Vol. 2, pp.1-11, 2015.
(3) M. Tabesh and S. Hamedi-Hagh, "An Efficient 2.4GHz RFID in a Standard CMOS Process," IEEE Canadian Journal of Electronics and Computer Engineering, Vol. 36, pp. 93-101, 2013.
(4) S. Hamedi-Hagh, M. Tabesh, S. Oh, N.J. Park and D.-H. Park, "Design of UHF CMOS Front-Ends for Near Field Communications," Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology, KIEE, Vol. 6, No. 6, pp. 817-823, 2011.
(5) A. Bindal, D. Wickramaratne and S. Hamedi-Hagh, "Implementation of a Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Baseband Transmitter Using Silicon Nanowire Technology," Journal of Nanoelectronics and Optoelectronics, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 1-12, 2010.
(6) S. Hamedi-Hagh, J.C. Chung, S. Oh, N.J. Park and D.H. Park, "Design of a High Performance Patch Antenna for GPS Communication Systems," Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology, KIEE, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 282-286, 2009.
(7) S. Hamedi-Hagh and A. Bindal, "Design and Characterization of the Next Generation Nanowire Amplifiers," Journal of VLSI Design, Article ID 190315, 2008.
(8) J.C. Chung and S. Hamedi-Hagh, "Design of PCB Matching-Inductors and Antennas for Single-Chip Communication Systems," International Journal of Microwave Science and Technology, Article ID 287627, 2008.
(9) S. Hamedi-Hagh and A. Bindal, "Characterization of Nanowire CMOS Amplifiers Using Fully Depleted Surrounding Gate Transistors," Journal of Nanoelectronics and Optoelectronics, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 281-288, 2008.
(10) S. Hamedi-Hagh, S. Oh, A. Bindal and D.H. Park, "Design of Next Generation Amplifiers Using Nanowire FETs," Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology, KIEE, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 566-570, 2008.
(11) S. Hamedi-Hagh and A. Bindal, "SPICE Modeling of Silicon NanoWire Field Effect Transistors for High Speed Analog Integrated Circuits," IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, Vol. 7, pp. 766-775, 2008.