Pete Zampardi, B.E. Stevens Tech (1986), M.S. Caltech (1988), and PhD UCLA (1997) is in Corporate Advanced Development and Qorvo Fellow. Current responsibilities include interfacing between design and technology development teams for modeling, technology development and characterization, and PDKs.
From 1986-1990 he worked on optics, investigating material for visible light emitters, modeling and testing optical gyroscopes, and developing/characterizing optical filters. From 1990-1998 he focused on high-speed device, high-speed circuit development, characterization, and modeling in various technologies (HBT, HEMT, RTD). In 1999, he was the technical lead for SiGe RF models for AMS Foundry at IBM, Burlington. From 2000-2012, he led the device design, modeling, and characterization of SWKS Newbury Park technologies: from epi-design to circuit design support.
He has authored or co-authored 4 book chapters and over 200 papers related to devices, circuits, and modeling and holds forty-seven U.S. patents. He is an active participant on executive and technical committees of BCICTS and MTT.
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