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Mr. Mohammad Hossein Khanof, Analog Integrated Circuits, Best Researcher Award

Mohammad Hossein Khanof at K. N. Toosi University of Technology, Iran

Summary:

Mr. Mohammad Hossein Khanof completed his bachelor’s degree at Iran University of Science and Technology, focusing on his final project titled “Displaying the color thickness profile of magnetic metals on a smartphone” in 2018. He recently completed his master’s degree in February 2024, with a thesis titled “The Design of an Ultra-Low-Power Ultra-low-Voltage Inverter-Based OTA.” During his master’s program, he served as a teaching assistant for three semesters in courses related to Analog Integrated Circuits and Electronics. Mr. Khanof delved into research during his master’s program and successfully completed his first research work as a master’s thesis under the guidance of Professor Hossein Shamsi. His article titled “On the Design of an Ultra-Low-Power Ultra-low-Voltage Inverter-Based OTA” is currently in press.

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👩‍🎓Education & Qualification:

Professional Experience:  

During his academic journey, Mr. Mohammad Hossein Khanof gained valuable professional experience, particularly during his master’s program. He served as a teaching assistant for three semesters, contributing to courses such as “Analog Integrated Circuits (CMOS1)” and “Electronics 2.” Additionally, he embarked on research endeavors under the supervision of Dr. Hossein Shamsi, culminating in his master’s thesis titled “The Design of an Ultra-Low-Power Ultra-low-Voltage Inverter-Based OTA.” His dedication to both academic and practical pursuits reflects his commitment to advancing his knowledge and skills in the field of electrical engineering.

Research Interest:

Mr. Mohammad Hossein Khanof’s research interests lie in the field of electrical engineering, with a particular focus on low-power circuit design, ultra-low-voltage electronics, analog integrated circuits, and semiconductor device modeling. He is keen on exploring innovative approaches to optimize circuit performance while minimizing power consumption, especially in the context of emerging technologies and applications. Additionally, he is interested in exploring novel design techniques for operational transconductance amplifiers (OTAs) and other analog circuits to address contemporary challenges in the field of microelectronics.

Publication Top Noted:

Title: On the Design of an Ultra-Low-Power Ultra-Low-Voltage Inverter-Based OTA

  • Authors: MH Khanof, H Shamsi
  • Journal: AEU-International Journal of Electronics and Communications
  • Year: 2024

 

 

Mohammad Hossein Khanof | Analog Integrated Circuits | Best Researcher Award

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