Professor Behzad Razavi is honored as Chancellor’s Professor
Professor Behzad Razavi is named the Chancellor's Professor by the
Dean of the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied
Science. This commendation is presented to faculty members who have
attained international recognition for their distinguished
achievements in teaching, research, and service.
Professor Razavi specializes in the design of integrated circuits for high-speed and RF communication systems. He heads the UCLA Communication Circuits Laboratory and has pioneered the use of CMOS technology for broadband transceivers through circuit and architecture innovations. He and his students have received six best paper awards at IEEE conferences such as the ISSCC, CICC, VLSI Circuits Symposium, and ESSCIRC.
The impact of Professor Razavi's research has earned him the 2012 IEEE Donald Pederson Award in Solid-State Circuits and an H-index of 52. He has also published seven books, some of which are translated to Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Portuguese. His book Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits is the most widely cited microelectronics book of all time. Professor Razavi has also received three teaching awards from UCLA.