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Prof. Alkis HATZOPOULOS, Aristote University of Thessaloniki, Greece.,

Theme: Analog design, modeling, and testing
Date: September 16th, 2010 (Thursday), 14 h 00, TIMA Laboratory, room T312

Biography

Prof. Alkis HATZOPOULOS, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. He received his Degree in Physics (with honors), his Master Degree in Electronics and his Ph.D. Degree in Electrical Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, in 1980, 1983 and 1989 respectively. He was a research associate in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki for seven years and in 1989 he was elected as a Lecturer. In 1993 he became an Assistant Professor; since 2002 he has been elected as the Director of the Electronics Laboratory and since 2010 he has been elected as Professor in the same Department. Dr. Hatzopoulos is a member of the Greek Physics Society and the Greek Computer Society. He is also a Senior member of IEEE. He has served as session Chairman in IEEE conferences and he organized a special session on Testing analog and mixed-signal circuits in the IEEE Int. Conf. on Electronics, Circuits & Systems, ICECS '96, Rhodes, Greece, Oct. 1996. He has been a visiting Professor at Michigan State University, MI, USA, (Feb. - July 1995) and also a visiting Professor at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium (Feb. - July 2004). Dr. Hatzopoulos is actively involved in educational and research projects and he is the author or co-author of more than 100 scientific papers in international journals and conference proceedings.

Abstract

An overview of the research activities of our "Analog, RF and Mixed-signal Design Group" will be presented. The presentation will be focused on: a) Testing methodologies of analog circuits, like the supply current based testing and the application of wavelet transform, b) Integrated inductor design, modeling and design-tool development, c) Thin-film transistor modeling.