Hamed Rahmani received a Ph.D. degree from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2020 and an M.Sc. degree from Rice University in 2017, both in electrical and computer engineering. He completed his B.Sc. degree at the Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, Iran in Electrical Engineering in 2014.
He has been with IBM T. J. Research Center in Yorktown Heights, NY since 2022 and is currently a Research Staff Member working on research projects investigating Mixed-Signal CMOS circuits for high-speed electrical and optical data communication. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University in New York, NY, where he has taught graduate-level courses in analog and RF circuit design. He was also a visiting lecturer at the ECE department of Princeton University in the Fall of 2022 where he taught a graduate-level course on RFIC design. From 2020 to 2022, He was a senior RFIC design engineer at Qualcomm Inc., Boxborough, MA where he focused on advanced 5G transmitters for cellular applications and RF front-end designs. His Ph.D. thesis was focused on wirelessly powered solutions based on low-power integrated systems and circuits for biomedical applications and IoT sensors. His research focus includes high-speed mm-wave wireline and wireless integrated circuits and low-power integrated system-on-chip solutions for biomedical implants and IoT sensors.
Dr. Rahmani received several awards and fellowships including the IEEE MTT-S Graduate Fellowship for medical applications and the Texas Instruments Distinguished fellowship. He serves on the technical committee for the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) 2022. Also, he is a member of "MTT-26: RFID, wireless sensors and IoT" and an affiliate member of " MTT-25: wireless power transfer and energy conversion" technical committees of the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society.