Professor, Motorola Chair Professor in analog and RF integrated circuits
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sayfe at asu dot edu
Research interests: Radio frequency and analog integrated circuits, integrated power management IC.
Sayfe Kiaei has been with ASU since January 2001. He is a professor and Motorola Endowed professor and chair in analog and RF integrated circuits. He directs ASU’s Center on Global Energy Research and is also the director of NSF Connection One research center with a focus on integrated communication system. Kiaei was the associate dean of research at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering from 2009 to 2102. From 1993 to 2001, he was a senior member of technical staff with the Wireless Technology Center and Broadband Operations at Motorola where he was responsible for the development of RF and transceiver integrated circuits, GPS RF IC and digital subscriber lines (DSL) transceivers. Kiaei was an associate professor at Oregon State University from 1987 to 1993. He was the co-director of the industry-university center for the Design of Analog/Digital ICs (CDADIC). He has published over 100 journal and conference papers and holds several patents and his research interests are in wireless transceiver design, RF and Mixed-Signal IC’s in CMOS and SiGe. His research projects are funded by a large number of industrial sponsors including Motorola Inc., Intel, the National Science Foundation, Texas Instruments and SRC. Kiaei is an IEEE Fellow, and has been the chair and on the technical program committee of several IEEE conferences including RFIC, MTT, ISCAS and other international conferences.
Ph.D., electrical and computer engineering, Washington State University, 1987
M.S., electrical and computer engineering, Washington State University, 1984
B.S., computer and electrical engineering, Washington State University- Northeastern, 1982
Recognition and awards
IEEE Fellow, IEEE Microwave Techniques and Society (MTT) Fellow, Carter Best Teacher Award, IEEE Darlington Award, Global Standards Award (ITU Standards), IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Best Paper Award, Motorola 10X Design Award, IEEE Fellow Selection Committee Chair, IEEE Fellow Committee Award
Marti-Arbona, E.; Mandal, D.; Bakkaloglu, B.; Kiaei, S., “A High-Voltage Compliant Current-to-Digital Sensor for DC-DC Converters in Standard CMOS Technology,” IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 99, 2016
Ayati, S. A.; Mandal, D.; Bakkaloglu, B.; Kiaei, S., “Adaptive Integrated CMOS Circulator,” in IEEE Symposium on Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits (RFIC), May 2016
Chang, D.; Kitchen, J.N.; Bakkaloglu, B.; Kiaei, S.; Ozev, S., “Monitor-Based In-Field Wearout Mitigation for CMOS LC Oscillators,” in IEEE Transactions on Device and Materials Reliability, vol. 16, no. 2, 183-193, 2016.
Chang, D.; Kitchen, J.N.; Bakkaloglu, B.; Kiaei, S.; Ozev, S., “Design-Time Reliability Enhancement Using Hotspot Identification for RF Circuits,” in IEEE transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems, – 24, no. 3, pp. 1179-1183, 2016
Khunti, H.; Krehbiel, J.; Cheah, M.; Bakkaloglu, B.; Kiaei, S., “SSB transceiver for vital sign detection,” in IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference (BioCAS), Oct. 2015.
Marti-Arbona, E.; Mandal, D.; Bakkaloglu, B.; Kiaei, S., “Low power integrated on-chip current to digital converter,” in Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition (APEC), March 2015
Marti-Arbona, E.; Mandal, D.; Bakkaloglu, B.; Kiaei, S., “PV panel power optimization using MPPT,” in Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition (APEC), March 2015
Chang, D.; Ozev, S.; Bakkaloglu, B.; Kiaei, S.; Afacan, E.; Dundar, G., “Reliability enhancement using in-field monitoring and recovery for RF circuits,” in VLSI Test Symposium (VTS), 2014
Deng, L.; Kundur, V.; Naga, N. S. J.; Ozel, M. K.; Yilmaz, E.; Ozev, S.; Bakkaloglu, B.; Kiaei, S.; Pratap, D.; Dar, T., “Electrical calibration of spring-mass MEMS capacitive accelerometers,” in Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition (DATE), March 2013