Joachim Rodrigues, Associate Professor
Dr. Joachim Neves Rodrigues is Associate Professor and the Head of the Integrated Electronic System (IES) group at the Department of Electrical and Information Technology. Between 2008 and 2016 he was active as external associate professor at the Department of Informatics and Mathematical Modelling at Denmark Technical University.
After receiving his PhD degree from Lund University in circuit design in 2005 he joined the multimedia ASIC group at Ericsson Mobile Platforms (EMP), Lund, Sweden. At EMP (now Ericsson) he held the position as digital ASIC process lead. Joachim obtained his degree in Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at the Hochschule Kaiserslautern, Germany, in 1999. His research interest is energy efficient ASIC implementation of algorithms in the biomedical area. In 2017 he co-founded Xenergic AB.
H2020 project partner 3D-MUSE Multi Process Sequential Integration
Vetenskapsrådet: Project Grant for ”Ultra Low Voltage SRAM Architectures- Assist circuitry and Logic in Memory”
|2017||Vinnova Open City Sensor Network (Finalist for the 2017 CIO Award, årets digitala project; together with RISE, Lund Municipality, Sensefarm, Sensative)|
|2011||Vetenskapsrådet: Research grant for young researchers for "Design strategies for digital ultra-low energy circuits"|
LTH postdoc grant for young researchers
Xenergic AB, Co-founder
Vice-Director Vinnova Industrial Excellence Center-System Design on Silicon
|2014 –||IEEE Chair of the Swedish SSC chapter|
|2013 –||Associate Professor (Docent) in circuit design|
|2012 – 2017||
Elected board member for Electrical- and Information Technology at Lund University
|2012 - 2016||Program Director for Embedded Electronics Engineering (former System-on-Chip)|
|2009 - 2013||Assistant Professor in circuit design|
|2008 - 2009||
Researcher in circuit design, Lund University
|2005 - 2008||ASIC Process Lead at Ericsson Mobile Platforms in Lund|
He is on the editorial board for Journal of Low Power Electronics and Applications, and serves as a reviewer for IEEE TCAS-I and Journal of Signal Processing Systems. In 2006 he held the position as Vice Chair of the Engineering in Medicine and Biology chapter, IEEE, Sweden, and in 2014 he became Chair of the Swedish SSC chapter. Moreover, he has filed 2 patents (1,2).