About Me: I (Ania Mitros) live in Mountain View, California and work as an analog design engineer in a group focused primarily on battery power management ICs. My manager continually challenges me with interesting projects and I've designed a stimulating variety of circuits, but the lack of daylight and dismal decor sometimes drive me batty.
I defended my Ph.D. on February 15, 2006 and received the diploma on June 9, 2006 at Caltech in the CNS (Computation and Neural Systems) department. I was a member of Christof Koch's lab, more commonly known as Klab. However, for the latter half of my graduate career I lived in Seattle and worked in Chris Diorio's lab. I received my Bachelor's degree in Computer Science at Rice University and while there was a member of Brown College.
In the course of my PhD, I designed VLSI circuits starting at a
conceptual level and progressing through testing of the fabricated chip.
I designed analog CMOS circuits, primarily in subthreshold, and
some including floating gates (EEPROM) for analog correction of mismatch.
I also designed supporting digital circuitry for both synchronous
and asynchronous communication.
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