S. M. Rezaul Hasan

Senior Lecturer in Computer Engineering, SEAT – Electronics, Info and Communication Systems in Massey University.

Presently he is  the  Director of the Center for Research  in Analog and VLSI microsystems dEsign (CRAVE)  at MasseyUniversity. He received his Ph.D. in Electronics Engineering from the University of California  Los Angeles (UCLA). He was a VLSI design engineer at Xerox Microelectronics Center in El Segundo, California,  where he worked in the design of CMOS VLSI microprocessors for 3 years.  He then moved to the Asia-Pacific region and served several institutions including Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia and Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia. At University Sains Malaysia he held the position of Associate Professor and was the coordinator of the Analog and VLSI research laboratory.  He  spent the next four years  in Sharjah, UAE, where he served as an Associate Professor of Microelectronics, Integrated Circuit Design & VLSI Design in  the  Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. While in Sharjah he received the Sharjah Award for outstanding research publication in Integrated Circuit Design. He  has so far published 71 journal  (including 20 IEEE Journal/Transactions papers) and 100 conference papers in the areas of Analog,  Digital, RF and Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuit and VLSI Micro-system Design, as well as, in Biological circuit design and cyto-electronicsDr. Hasan has also served as consultant for many  electronics companies.  His present areas of interest include Analog, Digital  and RF Integrated Circuit and Micro-system  Design, VLSI systems, CMOS integrated MEMS, CMOS Microbioelectronics, Energy Harvesting CMOS, synthetic biology and Biological (gene-protein) Circuit Design.  Dr. Hasan is a Senior Member of the IEEE, and, an  Editor for the Journal of active and passive electronic components. He was a co-recipient of 2nd position (highly commended award) in 2016 NZ Innovation Awards in “Excellence in Research” category for work done in Square Kilometre Array Project(SKA).