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Mohammad Hossein Zarifi
Graduate student supervisor
State of the art sensors focusing on microwave resonators; High-speed and low-power analog circuit design; Analog-to-digital converters for a variety of applications
Courses & Teaching
Introduction to VLSI Systems ENGR466;
Microwave Systems ENGR470;
System Dynamics APSC246
Mohammad Hossein Zarifi is an assistant professor at the Okanagan campus of the University of British Columbia. He received his PhD from the University of Tabriz in Iran for his research in high-speed and low-power analog circuit design, analog-to-digital converters for biomedical and communication applications. Following completion of his PhD, Dr. Zarifi undertook a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Alberta investigating microwave planar structures for sensing applications.
He is the 2015 recipient of the CMC-NRC first place award, on industrial collaboration, for the innovative microwave sensors. Dr. Zarifi is a senior member of the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society, and the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society and serves as a reviewer for several journals and conferences.
Post-Doctoral Fellowship - University of Alberta
PhD – (electrical and computer engineering) University of Tabriz
MSc – (electrical and computer engineering) University of Tabriz
BSc – (electrical and computer engineering) University of Tabriz
Research Interests & Projects
- Passive Planar Microwave Resonator for Oil Sand Applications
- NanoTube Integrarted Passive Planar Microwave Resonator
- Microelectro mechanical Devices (MEMS)
- Integrated Circuit Design (VLSI-Analog)
- Integrated Circuit for Implantable Biomedical Applications
Selected Publications & Presentations