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Positions are available at the M.A.Sc and PhD levels for January, May and September 2018

Are you interested in graduate research in analog & mixed-signal VLSI? Do you have a solid background in circuit analysis, device physics, electronics, and signals and systems? Are you creative and detail-oriented? Do you enjoy advancing theory and seeing your ideas through to implementation? Do you have experience with computer-aided circuit design tools and measurement equipment? If so, our research may be of interest to you and I encourage you to apply to ECE at Concordia University. Be sure to indicate VLSI (Analog/Digital) as your first choice for research area; that way, I will find your application when I look for suitable candidates. Additional sources of funding are available through school-wide scholarships. 

For more information on past and on-going research projects, please see the Research page or look for our papers in IEEE Xplore.
 
Future research projects will be in the area of high-speed electrical and optical communication. Tx, Rx, and clocking challenges are all possibilities. I have another project ramping up in the area of ECG measurement. Another project for which I am working to secure funding is in the area of analog system-on-chip design.

Please apply before you write to me. I will contact you so we can arrange an interview, either in person at Concordia or via Skype.

I do get inquiries by email daily, and cannot reply individually to prospective students who have not applied to Concordia. My suggestion is to apply to Concordia and then send me an email to let me know that all your documents are submitted.