Umberto Gatti

About

Dr. Umberto Gatti received the Laurea and his Ph.D. in Electronics Engineering from the University of Pavia in 1987 and 1992, respectively. From 1993 to 1999, he worked in the R&D Lab of Italtel, as ASIC Designer, being involved in modeling analog ICs. In 1999, he joined the Development Technologies Lab of Siemens, where he was Sr. Design ASIC Engineer. Besides developing telecom ICs, he was the coordinator of Eureka-Medea+ projects focused on high-speed sigma-delta converters. In 2008, he moved to Nokia Siemens Networks where he worked as Sr. Power Supply Architect. Since 2012 he is with RedCat Devices as member of the Executive Staff and also holds cooperation with the University of Pavia. During his career, he was involved in the design of data-converters, broadband wireless transceivers, Hall sensors micro-systems and power supply architectures. His current research interests are in the area of rad-hard CMOS ICs, particularly rad-hard libraries and memories (SRAMs and OTP), rad-hard mixed-signal circuits (ADC-DAC), dosimeters, and in testing such components. He holds 2 international patents and is co-author of about 60 papers, one book and book chapters. He is Senior Member of IEEE and serves also as reviewer for magazines and conferences.

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$110.00