IEEE Western Puerto Rico Section

Advancing Technology for Humanity


Design Methodology & Innovation in Analog ICs

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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Western Puerto Rico Section

Invites you to the following seminar:

Design Methodology & Innovation in Analog ICs

Date: Thursday,  October 04, 2012
Place: University of Puerto Rico – Mayaguez Campus, Mayaguez, PR / Stefani Building,  S-113
Time:  6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Fee: Free of charge



Innovation is the key differentiator between good and outstanding products. Texas Instruments has positioned itself in the analog market by coming up with innovative process technologies and new circuit topologies that can provide solutions to customers needs. This presentation will discuss 2 examples of innovation and the methodology followed to achieve outstanding products. This will be preceded by an introduction of Texas Instruments and the analog market. 


Charles has been with Texas Instruments for the last 12 years. Charles has  designed some of the best high speed amplifiers in the world by developing  breakthrough architectures that allow low distortion and low noise without  increasing current consumption. He was also the design manager of the Test & Measurement organization where he led pin electronic designs for Automatic Test Equipment. He is currently a design lead of analog ICs for space, extended temperature and pressure sensors. He has authored 10 patents in the area of analog integrated circuits and has 6 patents pending. He was elected Senior Member of the Technical Staff for his outstanding contributions in the field of analog ICs in 2012. He holds a BSEE from the University of Puerto Rico, Recinto Universitario de Mayagüez,  where he graduated in 2000.