Thrasos Axiotis, M.Sc. Director, Analog Design Engineer
Mr.Axiotis is an AMS and RF designer with 19+ years of experience. A graduate of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki - Electrical Engineering Dpt. and a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY with a Master’s Degree in Analog Design and Signal Processing. He worked in several companies, among them, Intel, NXP, Infineon and LSI Logic.
George Fikos, Ph.D. Analog Designer
Dr.Fikos is a Physics graduate with MSc in Electronics and PhD in Analog IC Design for signal/image processing applications, all from AUTh (Physics Dept, Electronics Lab). He has worked as analog/RF IC designer in several companies gaining design experience in both RF (LC VCO, prescalers, passive mixers, filters, PA, LNA) and baseband (Bandgap, LDO, SAR and Sigma-Delta ADC, Low noise Capacitance-to-Voltage converters, Temperature sensors, etc) blocks. He has also designed a Rad-Hard interface IC for MEMS accelerometer (European Space Agency project). He authored or co-authored more than 15 papers in international scientific magazines and conferences with more than 50 references from independent researchers.
Vasileios Kalenteridis, Ph.D. Analog Designer
Dr.Kalenteridis has been working as an analog IC designer for several semiconductor companies since 2012. He joined Dialog Semiconductor in 2012 and involved in the design and development of high-performance DC-DC converters for the mobile consumer market. He was also involved in the design of PLL systems for hearing aids and wireless transceiver applications. Additionally, he has also worked as post-doctoral researcher for low power sensor design in the field of the energy harvesting and environmental scavenging
Georgios Pouiklis, Ph.D. Digital Design Engineer
Dr.Pouiklis is a senior digital IC engineer with 15 years of work on low power and radiation-hardened ICs. He completed his engineering studies and PhD in Democritus University of Thrace, Greece, and has been working in the IC industry in Denmark and Greece since then. He has participated in IC designs resulting in more than 20 tape-outs for European Space Agency (ESA) projects, medical devices and IoT chips. He has been involved in digital design from architecture definition down to physical implementation. His research interests and expertise lie in digital low power techniques.
Spiros Vlassis, Ph.D, Analog Designer
Dr.Vlassis has been working at principal or senior level positions for established and VC-funded startup companies. He has worked in the development of high-performance transceiver ASICs in CMOS and BiCMOS processes for the wireless market. Spiros Vlassis worked in the development of MEMS based clock generator ICs and MEMS consumer applications. Also, he has designed a number of power management blocks for hearing aids and WiFi transceivers, solid-state relay and audio companies. Recently Dr. Vlassis has developed a series of high speed MPHY standard compliant serial interface blocks. He holds full professor position in the Electronics Laboratory, University of Patras, Greece. He holds five patents and he has published over 100 papers in peer reviewed journals and conferences.
Mr. Voudouris is a Senior Digital Design Engineer that holds a bachelor's degree in Physics and a master's degree in
Electronic Physics from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He has 10 years professional experience in FPGA
and ASIC digital design, working for various companies in Greece and the Republic of Ireland, specializing in system-on-chip design, high speed data acquisition, sensor interfacing, DSP and firmware & embedded system programming.
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