Professeur SOBOT Robert


Team : CIAN
Invited by : Ramy ISKANDER
Arrival date : 06/01/2011
Departure date : 06/30/2011
http://publish.uwo.ca/~rsobot/Dr._Robert_Sobot/Welcome.html

Research activity

Prof. Sobot research deals speci fically with mixed-signal integrated circuit theory, design and implementation issues, which are correlated with other disciplines such as biomedical, physics, robotics, earth and space sciences. It is goal of his research to further explore the opening possibilities at the borderlines between the field of integrated circuit design and these interdisciplinary fields and make contributions that will lead into novel electronic systems and are meant to enhance human lives and well-being in general.

Integral part of the research is supervision of graduate students who are serving as research assis-
tants in his research laboratory. As of August 20 2010, his research group consists of two Ph.D.
students, three M.E.Sc. students, and one NSERC Undergraduate student, while three M.E.Sc. and
one M.Eng. students already graduated. In addition, 14 undergraduate students worked on their
respective projects under his supervision.

His research activities include: "Behavioural modelling of mixed-signal systems", "Analog IC Design", "RF Microelectronics", and "Analog Circuit Design Techniques at 0.5V" and "Communication Electronics".

Public service work consists, mostly, of participation in academic committees and supporting work
for number of conferences and scienti c journals.

Talks : Les intérêts de collaborations sont : a) Modulation Sigma-Delta Bandpass Temps-Continue ; b) Circuits intégrés sans-fil implantables; c) égalisation adaptative; et d) PLLs. Tous ces circuits représentent des sujets de recherche importants pour des applications tant universitaires qu’industriels, qui impliquent beaucoup d'intérêt de développer des outils de CAO capables de traiter ces topologies. Les activités de l’équipe CIAN dans les outils de CAO automatisés sont donc un complément naturel qui justifie la collaboration, notamment, concernant celles sur la synthèse analogique.

Dr. Sobot propose de rencontrer plusieurs équipes du département LIP6-SoC qui sont intéressées par ses domaines d’expertise et ses axes de recherche. Pour renforcer la coopération entre le pôle de compétitivité d’Ontario Canada et la France, Dr. Sobot présentera plusieurs séminaires pour les étudiants du Master SESI, ainsi que les doctorants et permanents du département LIP6-SoC.