IEEE Solid- State Circuits Society (SSCS) Distinguished Lecturer Program selects experts in the field to give talks in key areas of interest at chapter meetings and regional seminars. The appointment is for two years and provides an opportunity for leading coverage on such topics as technology direction; novel devices, memories, and radio technology; high-speed and precision data converters; wireline and on-chip communication; low-noise clocking, and low power design.
Harish Krisnawamy, Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering, research interests broadly span integrated devices, circuits, and systems for a variety of RF, mmWave. sub-mmWave and opto-electronic applications. Recent research topics include breaking Lorentz reciprocity and related applications, full-duplex wireless, high-power and energy-efficient millimeter-wave circuits and systems in silicon, broadband/reconfigurable RF radios with an emphasis on interference mitigation, and terahertz circuits in CMOS.