CMOS Analog IC Design, ASICs for bio-signal measurement, Neuromorphic
VLSI circuits, Low-power and low-noise IC design, Instrumentation,
Sensors and transducers.
Office: 212, J C Bose, IIT Ropar, Rupnagar - 140001, Punjab, India.
Office phone: +91 188 123 2211
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering
at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Ropar, India. I have received an M.Tech degree
from IIT Delhi in 2010 and a Ph.D. degree from IIT Bombay in 2017. My
Ph.D. thesis focused on the design and development of low-power and
low-noise analog signal conditioning integrated circuits. From 2010 to
2012, I worked as a Design Engineer in the Advanced Technology
Organisation (ATO) lab of General Electric (GE). From 2017 to
2018, I worked as a Lead Research Engineer in the Corporate Technology
(CT) group of Siemens. My research interest is
multidisciplinary, which includes CMOS integrated circuit design,
neuromorphic electronics, electronic system design for high precision
instrumentation, bio-medical instrumentation, sensors and transducers.
I have published more than ten journal/conference papers as
author/co-author and have filed for several patents. I was awarded the
IEEE ISCAS 2017 International Student Travel Grant Award. I am a
senior member of IEEE and also an active reviewer for many reputed journals,
including IEEE Trans. on Circuits and Systems - 1, IEEE Trans. on Neural Networks
and Learning Systems, IEEE Trans. on Biomedical Circuits and Systems, IEEE Trans.
on Instrumentation and Measurements, IEEE Sensors Journal, Elsevier Microelectronics Journal,
IET Electronics Letters and others.
Ph.D., Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B), Mumbai, India (2012-17)
M.Tech., Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT-D), New Delhi, India (2008-10)
B.E., Faculty of Technology, DDU, Nadiad, India (2002-06)
IIT Ropar, Assistant Professor, 2018 - onwards
Siemens, Lead Research Engineer, 2017-18
General Electric, Design Engineer, 2010-12
EE533 - CMOS Analog VLSI Design (Autumn 2020)
EE 537 - Circuits Simulation Lab (Autumn 2020)
EE 209 - Circuit Theory (Spring 2020)
GE 108 - Basic Electronics Lab (Spring 2020)
EE533 - CMOS Analog VLSI Design (Autumn 2019)
EE 537 - Circuits Simulation Lab (Autumn 2019)
EEP 206 - Digital Electronics Lab (Autumn 2019)
EEL 323 - Measurements and Instrumentation (Spring 2019)
GE 108 - Basic Electronics Lab (Spring 2019)
EEP 206 - Digital Electronics Lab (Autumn 2018)
GE 108 - Basic Electronics Lab (Autumn 2018)
Current Ph.D. scholars
R. K. Srivastava (Co-guide: Dr. Z. A. Khan, Semi-Conductor Laboratory (SCL), Mohali)
Kanupriya Varshney (Guide: Dr. Brajesh Rawat)
M. A. Saeed (Co-guide: Dr. B. Umapathi, Semi-Conductor Laboratory (SCL), Mohali)
Sahibia Kaur Vohra (Co-guide: Dr. Mahendra Sakare)
Sherin A Thomas (Co-guide: Dr. Rohit Sharma)
Mayank Kumar Singh (Guide: Dr. Mahendra Sakare)
Projects (as PI/Co-PI)
IC-IMPACTS project (ongoing).
1 completed project funded by industry in 2019.
D.M.Das, K. Barot, A. Srivastava and M. Shojaei Baghini, "Noise-Power-Area Optimised Design Procedure for OTAs with Complementary Input Transistors for Neural Amplifiers", Accepted in IET Circuits, Devices and Systems Journal, March 2020.
A. Karmakar, D.M.Das and M. Shojaei Baghini, “Adaptive Analog Calibration
Technique to Compensate Electrode Motion Artifacts in Biopotential Recording”,
Accepted in IET Circuits, Devices & Systems, January 2020.
D.M.Das, A. Vidwans, A. Srivastava, M. Ahmad, S. Vaishnav, S.
Dewan and M. Shojaei Baghini, "Design and Development of an Internet-of-Things
Enabled Wearable ExG Measuring System with a Novel Signal Processing
Algorithm for ECG", IET Circuits, Devices and Systems Journal, May
D.M.Das, A. Gupta, A. Vidwans, A. Srivastava, M. Ahmad, A.
Shelke, S. Kale, J. Ananthapadmanabhan, D. K. Sharma and M. Shojaei
Baghini, "A Pulse Oximeter System, OxiSense, with Embedded
Signal Processing using an Ultra-low Power ASIC Designed for
Testability", Elsevier Microelectronics Journal, December 2017.
D.M.Das, A.Srivastava, J. Ananthapadmanabhan, M.Ahmad and
M.Shojaei Baghini, "A novel low-noise fully differential CMOS
instrumentation amplifier with 1.88 noise efficiency factor for
biomedical and sensor applications", Elsevier Microelectronics
Journal, July 2016. (One of the most downloaded papers in 2016)
A. Srivastava, D.M.Das, P. Mathur, D. K. Sharma and M. Shojaei
Baghini, "0.43 nJ/bit OOK Transmitter for Wearable and Implantable
Devices in 400 MHz MedRadio Band", IEEE Microwave and Wireless
Components Letters, 2018.
A. Srivastava, N. Sankar K., B. Chatterjee, D.M.Das, M. Ahmad,
Rakesh K. K., V. Saraf, J. Ananthapadmanabhan, D. K. Sharma, and M.
Shojaei Baghini, "Bio-WiTel: A Low Power Integrated Wireless Telemetry
System for Healthcare Applications in 401-406 MHz Band of MedRadio
Spectrum", IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics,December
B. Chatterjee, N. Modak, Anvesha A, D. Mistry, D.M.Das and M.
Shojaei Baghini, "A sub-1V, 120 nW, PVT-variation Tolerant, Tunable
and Scalable Voltage Reference with 60 dB PSNA", IEEE Transactions on
Nanotechnology, January 2017.
D.M.Das, A. Srivastava, A. Gupta, K. Barot and M. Shojaei
Baghini, "A Noise-power-area Optimized Novel Programmable Gain and
Bandwidth Instrumentation Amplifier for Biomedical Applications",
Proc. of IEEE ISCAS, 2017, USA.
D.M.Das, J. Ananthapadmanabhan and M.Shojaei Baghini, "Design
Considerations for High-CMRR Low- Power Current Mode Instrumentation
Amplifier for Biomedical Data Acquisition Systems", Proc. of IEEE
ICECS, 2014, France.
S. Boyapati, D.M.Das, M. Shojaei Baghini and J. M. Redoute, "A
Balanced CMOS OpAmp with High EMI Immunity", Proc. of IEEE EMC Europe,
A. Srivastava, N. Sankar, D.M.Das and M. Shojaei Baghini,
"LNA-LO Co-Design Considerations For Low Intermediate Frequency
Receivers In 401-406 MHz MedRadio Spectrum For Healthcare
Applications", International Conf. on VLSI Design, 2017, India.
A. Srivastava, D.M.Das, Vignesh M S, Bharadwaj K., Sourya Dewan
and Maryam Shojaei Baghini, "Bio-Telemetry And Bio-Instrumentation
Technologies For Health Care Monitoring Systems", IEEE Humanitarian
Technology Conf. (HTC), 2016, India.
A.Srivastava, D.M.Das, D.K.Sharma and M.Shojaei Baghini, "SAW
Resonator Oscillator Based Injection Locked OOK Transmitter for
MedRadio Spectrum" in IEEE NEWCAS, Canada, Jun. 2016.
P.Kimtee, D.M.Das and M.Shojaei Baghini, "A Mismatch
Insensitive Reconfigurable Discrete Time Biosignal Conditioning
Circuit in 180 nm MM CMOS Technology" in IEEE VDAT, India, May 2016.
A. Srivastava, N. Sankar K, Rakesh K K, B. Chatterjee,
D.M.Das and M. Shojaei Baghini, "Design And Measurement
Techniques For A Low Noise Amplifier In A Receiver Chain For MedRadio
Spectrum" in IEEE VDAT, India, May 2016.
Inventor in a patent filed on Ultra low noise instrumentation
Co-inventor in a patent filed on handheld pulse oximeter recording and
Co-inventor in a patent filed on a novel method for comparator input
Co-inventor in a patent filed on a design method for low-power
low-noise bio-medical signal conditioning circuit with extracted noise
and mis-match parameters.
Co-inventor in a patent filed on voltage mode log domain low-pass
Co-inventor in a patent filed on SAW resonator oscillator based
injection locked OOK transmitter for health care applications in
MedRadio spectrum (401-406 MHz).
Co-inventor in a patent filed on design considerations for transmitter
and receiver for personal health care applications.
Invited TPC member (Track: Nanoelectronic VLSI and Sensor Systems),
IEEE-iSES 2019, IEEE-iSES 2020
CBME MedTech Workshop, IIT Ropar, 2019, Evaluation panel member
Faculty advisor: 1) EE 2019 UG batch; 2) M.Tech (VLSI) 2020 batch
Reviewer: IEEE Trans. Circuits and Systems - 1, IEEE Trans. on
Instrumentation and Measurements, IEEE Trans. on Neural Networks and
Learning Systems, IEEE Trans. on Biomedical Circuits and Systems, IEEE
Systems Journal, Elsevier Microelectronics Journal, Elsevier Sensors
and Actuators, and others.
Awards and Honors
2019 IEEE Trans. on
Instrumentation and Measurements Outstanding Reviewer. (Feb. 2020)