Henry Samueli

Henry Samueli

Henry Samueli
Primary Area: Circuits and Embedded Systems

Office: 58-121 Engr. IV
Phone: (310) 825-2647
E-mail: samueli@ee.ucla.edu

Research and Teaching Interests:
VLSI implementation of signal processing and digital communication systems, high-speed digital integrated circuits, digital filter design


Awards and Recognitions
2012     Marconi Society Prize and Fellowship .for pioneering advances in the development and commercialization of analog and mixed signal circuits for modern communication systems, in particular the cable modem.
2011      Global Semiconductor Alliance Dr. Morris Chang Exemplary Leadership Award
2010     UCLA Medal. Awarded to individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to their profession, to higher education, to society and to the university.
2006     IEEE Communications Society Distinguished Industry Leaders Award .for pioneering technical contributions and leadership in the development and growth of the broadband communications industry.
2005     Honorary Doctor of Science degree, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
2005     UCLA Edward A. Dickson Alumnus of the Year Award
2004     Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2003     National Academy of Engineering .for pioneering contributions to academic research and technology entrepreneurship in the broadband communications system-on-a-chip industry.
2000     University of California, Irvine Medal
2000     University of California Presidential Medal
2000     UCLA School of Engineering and Applied Science Alumnus of the Year Award
2000     IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Industrial Pioneer Award
2000     IEEE Fellow .for contributions to VLSI architectures and realizations for high bit-rate digital communication systems.
2000     Jack Kilby Best Paper Award, IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (.A 4-Channel Diversity QAM Receiver for Broadband Wireless Communications.)
1995     Best Paper Award, IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits (“An 800-MHz Quadrature Digital Synthe¬sizer with ECL-Compatible Output Drivers in 0.8-um CMOS”)
1991     Meritorious Paper Award, Government Microcircuit Applications Conference (“CMOS Integrated Circuits for High Bit-Rate Digital Modems, Adaptive Equalizers and Frequency Synthesizers”)


TRW Excellence in Teaching Award, UCLA School of Engineering and Applied Science