Professor, Faculty of Engineering - Electrical & Computer Engineering Dept
- (780) 492-1711
11-245 Donadeo Innovation Centre For Engineering
9211-116 StEdmonton ABT6G 2H5
Area of Study / Keywords
Biomedical Engineering Electromagnetics and Microwaves Energy Systems Integrated Circuits and Systems Engineering Department Executive
Kambiz Moez received his B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Tehran, Iran in 1999, and his M.A.Sc and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada in 2001 and 2006, respectively. He joined the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the U of A as an Assistant Professor in January 2007, and was promoted to Associate Professor and Full Professor in 2013 and 2021, respectively. Dr. Moez is a senior member of IEEE and a registered Professional Engineer in the Province of Alberta. He is currently serving as an Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers and IET Electronics Letters.
Our research activities are generally focused on the design and implementation of Millimeter-Wave (MMW) and Radio Frequency (RF) Integrated Circuits and Systems in CMOS technology for a wide array of applications, including communication systems, automotive radar, and biomedical imaging. Silicon CMOS technology offers the highest level of integration as well as the lowest cost of fabrication of all semiconductor technologies. However, the losses introduced at high frequencies because of the low resistivity of silicon substrates makes the design of RF circuits very challenging. Our research is aimed at tackling these challenges by introducing new MMW/RF device and circuit techniques. Particularly, we have been actively working on the implementation of passive MMW/RF components such as inductors, capacitors, and resistors using active circuits that consist of a limited number of CMOS transistors. These active circuits occupy very small chip areas, offer high quality factors (less energy loss), and can be tuned to operate in different frequency ranges.
We are currently working on the following research projects:
- Active circuit implementation of passive MMW/RF components
- Ultra wideband technology for communication, automotive and biomedical applications
- 60 GHz short-range wireless networking
- Development of dielectric models of deice fluids for time-domain reflectometry