Waleed Khalil is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The Ohio State University. He founded the Circuit Laboratory for Advanced Sensors and Systems (CLASS) in 2009, which is part of the University's Electroscience Laboratory - a nationally renowned center-of-excellence for electromagnetic and radio frequency circuits and systems research. CLASS research focuses on high-speed wireline and wireless systems and mixed signal circuits. Dr. Khalil co-leads (with the University of Florida) an AFOSR Center of Excellence, the Center for Enabling Cyber Defense in Analog and Mixed-Signal Domain (CYAN) focused on multidisciplinary research in the area of hardware-enabled cybersecurity through innovation and development of new AMS domain security, and Co-Directs MEST - the National Microelectronics Security Training Center. Waleed received his PhD from Arizona State University and joined the Ohio State faculty in 2009, following a 16 year career at Intel.
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Pushing Boundaries in Microelectronics and AI
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