Our paper titled:"A Blocker-Tolerant mm-Wave MIMO Receiver with Spatial Notch Filtering Using Non-Reciprocal Phase-Shifters for 5G Applications," is accepted for publication at the 2024 IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium.
Soroush has been selected to receive the SSCS Predoctoral Achievement Award for 2023.
Shahab has been selected to receive the IEEE ISSCC 2024 student travel grant award (STGA).
Our paper titled:"0.25-4GHz Harmonic-Resilient Receiver with Built-in HR at Antenna and BB Achieving +14/+16.5dBm 3rd/5th IB Harmonic B1dB," is accepted for publication at the 2024 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference.
Soroush's invited paper titled "Harmonic-Resilient Fully Passive Mixer-First Receiver for Software-Defined Radios" is accepted and will appear in the December issue of IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits.
Prof. Reiskarimian is featured in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History's new Exhibit "Cellphone: Unseen Connections". It is expected that the exhibit will be visited by around 20 million people from 2023-2026.
Soroush's invited paper titled "Realization of Low-Loss Fully-Passive Harmonic Rejection N-Path Filters" is accepted for publication in the IEEE MWTL special issue on IMS.
Soroush's IMS paper has been selected as one of the top-50 IMS submissions for inclusion into the IEEE Microwave and Wireless Technology Letters (MWTL) Special IMS Issue.
Our paper titled: "Realization of Low-Loss Fully-Passive Harmonic Rejection N-Path Filters," is accepted for publication at the 2023 IEEE International Microwave Symposium (IMS).
Soroush is selected to receive the 2023 Analog Devices Outstanding Student Designer Award. The award is presented annually at the IEEE ISSCC. Since 1997, this award has recognized excellence in system-level integrated circuit architectures or in analog, mixed-signal, or digital integrated circuit design.
Our paper titled: "An Interferer-Tolerant Harmonic-Resilient Receiver with >+10dBm 3rd Harmonic Blocker P1dB for 5G NR Applications," is accepted for publication at the 2023 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference.
Our review paper titled: "A Review of Nonmagnetic Nonreciprocal Electronic Devices: Recent advances in nonmagnetic nonreciprocal components," appeared in the Fall issue of IEEE Solid-State Circuits Magazine.
Our invited paper titled "Inductorless, Widely Tunable N-Path Shekel Circulators Based on Harmonic Engineering" co-authored with M. Khorshidian and Prof. H. Krishnaswamy appeared in the April issue of IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits.
Prof. Reiskarimian and coauthors have received the 2021 Microwave Magazine Best Paper Award of the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) for the following paper. Negar Reiskarimian, Aravind Nagulu, Tolga Dinc and Harish Krishnaswamy, “Nonreciprocal Electronic Devices: A Hypothesis Turned Into Reality," IEEE Microwave Magazine, Vol. 20, Issue: 4, pp. 94-111, April 2019.
Prof. Reiskarimian is invited to serve as a member of IEEE ISSCC iTPC, Wireless (WLS) subcommittee.
Prof. Reiskarimian is invited to serve as a member of IEEE IMS Technical Paper Review Committee (TPRC).
Prof. Reiskarimian is part of a team that won the Best Student Paper Award -2nd Place at the 2020 IEEE IMS for the paper titled: "A Compact Reconfigurable N-Path Low-Pass Filter Based on Negative Trans-Resistance with <1dB Loss and >21dB Out-of-Band Rejection" co-authored with M. Khorshidian and Prof. H. Krishnaswamy.
Our paper titled "Inductorless, Widely-Tunable N-Path Shekel Circulators Based on Harmonic Engineering" co-authored with M. Khorshidian and Prof. H. Krishnaswamy was presented at the 2020 IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium.
Our paper titled "A Compact Reconfigurable N-Path Low-Pass Filter Based on Negative Trans-Resistance with <1dB Loss and >21dB Out-of-Band Rejection" co-authored with M. Khorshidian and Prof. H. Krishnaswamy was presented at the 2020 IEEE International Microwave Symposium.
Prof. Reiskarimian is the recipient of the Morton B. Friedman Memorial Prize for Excellence at the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. The Morton B. Friedman Memorial Prize for Excellence is awarded to a student at Columbia Engineering who graduated during the 2019-20 school year and best exhibits Dean Friedman’s characteristics of academic excellence, visionary leadership, and outstanding promise for the future.
Prof. Reiskarimian received a Research Support Committee (RSC) award from the School of Engineering at MIT.
Soroush received the CICC 2020 Student Education Grant Award.
Prof. Reiskarimian is serving as the co-chair of IEEE ISSCC 2020 Student Research Preview (SRP) Session 3: Communications and RF on Sunday Feb. 16th.
Our paper titled "High-Performance Isolators and Notch Filters based on N-Path Negative Transresistance" co-authored with M. Khorshidian and Prof. H. Krishnaswamy was presented at the 2020 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference.
Prof. Reiskarimian is appointed as X-Window Consortium Career Development Chair. Link to EECS article.
Our invited paper titled "Analysis and Design of Full-Duplex 2x2 MIMO Circulator-Receiver with High TX power handling Exploiting MIMO RF and Shared-delay Baseband Self-Interference Cancellation" co-authored with M. Baraani Dastjerdi, S. Jain, Prof. A. Natarajan and Prof. H. Krishnaswamy appeared in the December issue of IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits.
Prof. Reiskarimian served as the guest editor for the IEEE Solid-State Society Magazine Fall 2019 Women in Circuits issue. Six female leaders from industry and academia were recruited to bring feature articles of interest to the readers. You can check out this issue here.
Prof. Reiskarimian is a co-organizer of the first Women in Circuits Boston Networking Luncheon sponsored by IEEE SSCS at MIT on August 23rd. MIT Dean of School of Engineering Prof. Anantha Chandrakasan will be joining us as an invited speaker.
Prof. Reiskarimian will serve as a committee member for IEEE ISSCC 2020 Student Research Preview (SRP) and co-organizer and poster co-chair of IEEE ISSCC 2020 "Rising Stars Workshop".
Negar was awarded the Columbia University Electrical Engineering Department Jury Award for outstanding achievement by a graduate student in the areas of circuits, systems and communications, and signal processing.
Negar served as the moderator for the “Making a Career Choice” at ISSCC 2019. A special thank you to the organizers, panelists and attendees. Link to the conference report
A few months ago I did an interview for the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Magazine Fall 2018 issue. You can check out the article here.
Negar will serve as a panelist for the 2018 EECS Rising Stars workshop at MIT.
Negar have been selected by Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to participate in the D60, the Agency's 60th Anniversary Symposium, as a DARPA Riser. Link to the story
Negar was a recipient of National Science Foundation (NSF) Professional Development Award to attend the iREDEFINE 2018 workshop at ECE Department Heads Association (ECEDHA) Annual Conference in Monterey, California.
Negar will give an invited workshop talk on magnetic-free nonreciprocal components at IEEE International Microwave Symposium in Philadelphia, June 2018.
Negar was selected as a member of Forbes '30 Under 30' list in Science category, class of 2018.
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Negar is selected as a Marconi Society Paul Baran Young Scholar. The Paul Baran Young Scholars are a diverse group of brilliant young scientists and engineers who are leaders in the fields of advanced communications and information technology.
Columbia's coverage: Columbia SEAS, Columbia EE
Negar is selected to participate in the Rising Stars in EECS 2017 workshop at Stanford University this November. This workshop brings top graduate and postdoc women in EECS together for scientific discussions and informal sessions aimed at navigating the early stages of an academic career.
Negar is selected to participate in Caltech's Young Investigator Lecture Series in Engineering and Applied Science. Caltech's Young Investigator Lecture Series in Engineering and Applied Science, hosted by the Division of Engineering and Applied Science (EAS) at Caltech, provides research exposure and networking opportunities for selected female and underrepresented minority (URM) PhD students and postdoctoral scholars with faculty and the Caltech community.
The press release for our work was the 10th most popular news release on Eurekalert! in 2016.
Our work on magnetic-free nonreciprocity has been featured in the Columbia Engineering Magazine Fall 2016 issue.
Ahmed Kord (advisor: Prof. Andrea Alu from UT Austin) and Negar Reiskarimian (Columbia University) have received a 2016 Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship. We are among 8 winning teams selected from 129 proposals submitted from 18 universities. Our project is titled “Fully-Integrated Reconfigurable Magnet-less Non-reciprocal Components for Next-Generation Wireless Communication Systems”. In the news: Columbia SEAS Article, Columbia EE Article.