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Carlo Samori, IEEE Fellow, is Full Professor in the Master Degree in Electrical Engineering at Politecnico Milano, presently teaching the course “Mixed-signal circuits”. His research interests are in the field of analog/mixed signal and RF integrated circuits design, in scaled CMOS technologies. The activity has been focused in particular in the area of the frequency synthesis: the design of low-noise oscillators, the design and analysis of new high-performance PLLs architectures and frequency modulators for wireless communications.
He is the co-author of about 130 peer reviewed international publications (Scopus), and of the book “Integrated frequency synthesizers for wireless systems”, Cambridge University Press (2007), in addition to several books chapters.
From 1997 to 2002 he has been a consultant at Bell Labs, Murray Hill (NJ), he has also collaborated with several companies operating in the area of both semiconductors and communications: STMicroelectronics, Ericsson Lab Italy, Intel Labs (Hillsboro OR, USA), and Infineon Technologies. He has been also involved in several research programs, both Italian and international.
For the IEEE he has held courses both at tutorial levels (ISSC tutorial and IEEE webminar) and more advanced (ISSC forum). He has been a member of the Technical Program Committee (TPC) of the IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) and of the TPC in the European Solid-State Circuits Conference (ESSCIRC). He has been Guest Editor of the IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits. As IEEE Distinguished Lecturer he has given lectures at University of Texas Austin, University of Toronto, Georgia Institute of Technology, Princeton University. He is an IEEE Fellow.