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Analog Devices' Gabriele Manganaro Elevated to IEEE Fellow

Analog Devices' Gabriele Manganaro Elevated to IEEE Fellow- RF Cafe

March 24, 2016

Analog Devices' Gabriele Manganaro Elevated to IEEE Fellow- RF CafeNORWOOD, Mass. — Gabriele Manganaro, an Analog Devices, Inc. engineering director, has been named an IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Fellow for his leadership in the design of high speed converters. Elevation to an IEEE Fellow involves a rigorous evaluation procedure and less than 0.1% of IEEE voting members are selected annually for this prestigious honor. Manganaro, who holds a Dr.Eng. and a Ph.D. degree in Electronics from the University of Catania, Italy, has been engineering director for high speed converters at Analog Devices since 2010. His career in data converter design spans more than 20 years. "Gabriele has been a highly visible part of the industry's data converter community for many years, and he was able to contribute to the efforts of ADI's high speed converter group immediately when he joined us more than five years ago," said Dave Robertson, product line director, High Speed Converter Group. "The IEEE award recognizes the breadth and depth of Gabriele's impact over the course of his career. Analog Devices actively supports our engineers' engagement in the IEEE and other organizations to foster technical exchange across the industry."

Manganaro holds 13 U.S. patents, with more pending. He has been the recipient of numerous scientific awards, including the 1995 CEU Award from the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (UK), the 1999 IEEE Circuits and Systems Outstanding Young Award, and the 2007 IEEE European Solid-State Circuits Conference Best Paper Award. Manganaro has authored/co-authored 60 papers and three books, including "Advanced Data Converters," published by Cambridge University Press in 2011. He was associate editor, then deputy editor in chief, and finally editor in chief for IEEE Trans. On Circuits and Systems - Part I. Manganaro served on the technical sub-committee for data converters of the ISSCC for seven consecutive years. He is a Fellow of the IET (since 2009), a member of Sigma Xi, and a member of the Board of Governors for the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society.

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