Kofi M. Odame
Associate Professor of Engineering
Associate Professor of Engineering1-603-646-9156
Professor Odame is an expert in analog integrated circuits for nonlinear signal processing. His research group is developing ultra low power circuits for implantable and wearable biomedical devices and next generation image sensors. For more information visit the Analog Lab.
- B.Sc., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell University 2002
- M.Sc., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cornell University 2004
- Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology 2008
Analog integrated circuits; low power sensor interfaces; nonlinear signal processing
Current Research Projects
- ENGS 32: Electronics: Introduction to Linear and Digital Circuits
- ENGS 126: Analog Integrated Circuit Design
- ENGG 129: Instrumentation with Applications to Biomedical Engineering
- Odame, K.M.; Anderson, D.V.; Hasler, P. "A Bandpass Filter With Inherent Gain Adaptation for Hearing Applications," IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I (2008), 55(3), 786-795.
- Odame, K.M.; Hasler, P. "An Efficient Oscillator Design Based on OTA Nonlinearity," Proc. of IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (2007), 921-924.
- Odame, K; Minch, B. "The Translinear Principle: A General Framework for Implementing Chaotic Oscillators," International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos (2005), 15(8), 2559-2568.
- Cornell International Scholars and Students Award (1998-2002)
- Cornell Institute for African Development Fellowship (2002-2003)
- Electroencephalography monitoring device having a self-adaptive analog-to-digital converter (8,655,438)
- Member IEEE
June 5, 2012
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Burlington Free Press
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