Dr. Ahmed Helmy

Instructor's Profile: Dr. Ahmed Helmy

Ahmed Helmy received his Bachelor degree in electrical and electronics engineering from Ain Shams University Cairo Egypt in 1994, masters in engineering physics and mathematics 1999 from the same University. He received his Ph.D. degree in RF circuit design and substrate noise coupling from the Ohio state university in 2006 electrical and computer engineering department. On the industrial level he joined Mentor Graphics Co. in 1996 where he worked for 4 years in macro modeling and behavioral modeling for RF circuits and systems as well as statistical modeling and DFM simulations. He joined Intel Corporation in Arizona in 2002 as an RF circuit designer. Currently he is a staff design engineer with Intel Corporation working in high speed IO circuits and process technologies that support such applications. He is also an Associate Professor with Arizona State University since 2008, teaching advanced Analog design. He has 3 pending US patents, several publications and a book on substrate noise coupling in RFICs. He serves as a reviewer for several IEEE conferences and journals.

 
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