Director of ASIC Research
Shahriar Shahramian (SM ’06) received his Ph.D. degree from University of Toronto in 2010 where he focused on the design of mm-wave data converters and transceivers. Shahriar has been with the Bell Laboratories – Nokia since 2009 and is currently the Director of the Communication & Sensing ASICs Research Group. He is also the chair of the mm-Wave & THz subcommittee of IEEE BCICTS and member of the technical program committee of IEEE RFIC & ISSCC. He is also a guest Editor of the IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits (JSSC). His research focus includes the design of mm-wave wireless and wireline integrated circuits and systems. Shahriar is a Bell Labs Fellow and leads the design and architecture of several state-of-the-art ASICs for optical coherent and wireless backhaul products.
Shahriar has been the recipient of Ontario Graduate Scholarship, University of Toronto Fellowship and the best paper award at the CSICS Symposium in 2005, 2015 and RFIC Symposium in 2015, 2020 and ISSCC in 2018. Shahriar is also the recipient of the IEEE MTT Young Engineer Award in 2020. He holds an Adjunct Associate Professor position at Columbia University, has received several teaching awards and is the founder and host of The Signal Path educational video series. Shahriar has also presented short courses and workshops at the IEEE CSICS, BCTM, BCICTS, RFIC/IMS and ISSCC conferences.