Full Name:
Mohamed Amin Ebrahim Dessouky
Academic Rank:
Professor
ASU Email:
mohamed.dessouky@eng.asu.edu.eg
Departmment:
Electronics and Electrical Communications Engineering
Graduation Year:
1992

• Academic Experience:
o Professor: Ain Shams University, Faculty of Engineering, Electronics and Communications Eng. Dept., Cairo, Egypt.
o Invited Professor: University of Paris VI, Paris, France.
o Supervised 30+ M.Sc. and Ph.D. theses.
o 80+ technical papers in refereed journals and conferences.

• Industrial Experience:
o Staff Engineer, Mentor Graphics Corporation. Managing research activities.
- High-level modeling for Automotive applications.
- Layout effects in nanometer technologies.
o Engineering Manager, Intellectual Property Division, Mentor Graphics Corporation. In charge of analog design and test of integrated high speed serial links.
o Served as consultant for Mentor Graphics Corporation, to develop analog design reuse software.
o Served as consultant for MEMScAP, to develop sensor acquisition integrated circuits.

• Ph.D. University of Paris, on the design and reuse of analog circuits.
• Holds Three US patents on Analog design porting, High-speed digital manufacturing test and Analog hotspot detection.


Degrees:
Professor: 2/27/2014
Awards:
Not Available
Books:
• Hazem Said, Mohamed Dessouky, Reem El-Adawi, Hazem Abbas, and Hussein Shaheen, “Analog Layout Retargeting”, in “Analog Layout Synthesis: A Survey of Topological Approaches ”, by Helmut E. Graeb, Editor. Springer. 2011.
Published Research:
• Haitham Eissa, Rami Fathy, Ahmed Arafa, Sherif Hany, Abdelrahman ElMously, Mohamed Dessouky, David Nairn and Mohab Anis, “A Parametric DFM Solution for Analog Circuits: Electrical Driven Hot Spot Detection, Analysis and Correction Flow”, IEEE Transactions on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Systems, Volume 21, Number 5, pp. 807-820, 2013.
• Amr Amin Hafez, Mohamed Dessouky and Hani Fikri Ragai, “Design of a low-power ZigBee receiver front-end for wireless sensors”, Microelectronics Journal, Elsevier, Volume 40, Issue 11, pp. 1561-1568, November 2009.
• Mohamed Dessouky, Mahmoud Magdy, Noha Mahmoud, Maie Aly and Noha Soliman, “Bringing Research to Undergraduate Projects – Case Study: Design Automation of a Delta-Sigma Analog-to-Digital Converter”, International Journal of Engineering Education, Volume 20, Number 2, March 2004.
• Mohamed Dessouky and Andreas Kaiser, “Very Low-voltage Digital-Audio Delta-Sigma Modulator with 88-dB Dynamic Range using Local Switch Bootstrapping”, IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, Volume 36, Number 3, pp. 349-355, March 2001.
• Mohamed Dessouky and Andreas Kaiser, “Input Switch Configuration Suitable for Rail-to-Rail Operation of Switched-Opamp Circuits”, IEE Electronics Letters, Vol. 35, Number 1, pp. 8-10, January 1999.

Published Research in Confernces:
• Khaled El-Kenawy; Inas Mohammed; Mohamed Dessouky, “Analog layout placement exploiting sub-block shape functions”, 13th International Conference on Synthesis, Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Methods and Applications to Circuit Design (SMACD), Lisbon, Portugal, June 2016.
• Sherif M. Saif; Mohamed Dessouky; M. Watheq El-Kharashi; Hazem Abbas; Salwa Nassar, “Pareto front analog layout placement using Satisfiability Modulo Theories”, Design Automation and Test in Europe Conference (DATE'03), Dresden, Germany, March 2016.
• Mohammed Harb; Mohamed Dessouky, “A design flow to quantify and limit multiple patterning effects”, IEEE 58th International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS), Colorado, USA, August 2015
• Ahmed Arafa, Hend Wagieh, Rami Fathy, John Ferguson, Doug Morgan, Mohab Anis and Mohamed Dessouky, “Schematic-Driven Physical Verification: Fully Automated Solution for Analog IC design”, IEEE System-on-Chip Conference (SOCC), NY, USA, September 2012.
• Rami Fathy, Ahmed Arafa, Sherif Hany, Abdelrahman ElMously, Haitham Eissa, Mohamed Dessouky, David Nairn and Mohab Anis, “A Parametric DFM Solution for Analog Circuits: Electrical Driven Hot Spot Detection, Analysis and Correction Flow”, IEEE System-on-Chip Conference (SOCC), Taipei, Taiwan, September 2011.
• Ahmed Arafa, Hend Wagieh, Rami Fathy, John Ferguson, Doug Morgan, Mohab Anis and Mohamed Dessouky, “Schematic-Driven Physical Verification: Fully Automated Solution for Analog IC design”, Design Automation Conference, User Track (DAC’11), CA, USA, June 2011.
• Mohamed Dessouky, “Analog Design Automation: An Industrial Perspective”, Design Automation Conference, User Track (DAC’10), CA, USA, June 2010.
• Mohamed Mohsen and Mohamed Dessouky, “13-bit 205 MSamples/s Pipelined ADC with Digital Background Calibration”, IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS'10), Paris, France, May 2010.
• Hussein Adel, Mohamed Dessouky, Marie-Minerve Louërat, Hugo Gicquel, and Hisham Haddara, “Foreground Digital Calibration of Non-linear Errors in Pipelined A/D Converters”, IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS'10), Paris, France, May 2010.
• Haytham Ashour, Mohamed Dessouky and Khaled Sharaf, “Extended Division Range 2/3 Chain Frequency Divider With Dynamic Control Word”, IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS'10), Paris, France, May 2010.
• Dina Kamel, Mohamed Dessouky and Denis Flandre, “Enhanced performance of SERDES current-mode output driver using 0.13 m PD SOI CMOS”, IEEE International SOI Conference, Foster City, CA, USA, October 2009.

Educational and Research Projects:
Not Available
Consulting and Engineering Projects:

Supervised Thesis:

Other:
Patents:
• Rami Fathy Salem, Haitham Mohamed Eissa, Ahmed Arafa, Sherif Hany Mousa, Abdelrahman ElMously, Walid Farouk Mohamed, Mohamed Dessouky, “Electrical Hotspot Detection, Analysis And Correction”, US patent US8914760 B2, Dec 2014.
• Janusz Rajski, Nilanjan Mukherjee, Mark Kassab, Thomas Rinderknecht, and Mohamed Dessouky, “Scan Test Application through High-Speed Serial Input/Outputs”, US patent US8726112 B2, May 2014.
• Sherif Hammouda, Mohamed Dessouky, and Mohamed Tawfik, “Analog Design Retargeting”, US patent US7730433 B2 June 2010 and European patent application number 05801389.7 – 2224 PCT and patent number EP2005024928.