LintrinsIC is a fabless semiconductor company located in Somerville/Cambridge, MA. We’re building more scalable radio architectures for every wireless application.
Cameron received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) in 2020 with a dissertation regarding the design and implementation of high linearity, high switching bandwidth SOI CMOS switches. This was followed by a postdoc for one year also at UCSB to expand on remaining questions surrounding high linearity switches and their applications to wide-band microwave components. Based on the success of these designs, Cameron was named a 2021 Activate Entrepreneurship fellow – an award funded by DARPA to support the transition of DARPA sponsored university research to the commercial space. Google Scholar
Jim Buckwalter has been a professor of electrical engineering at UCSB since 2015. With nearly 250 publications to his name, Jim is an expert in RF and MMW integrated circuit design, making substantial contributions specifically to the design of power efficient, high frequency power amplifiers and optical transceivers. For his work he was recently elevated to the status of IEEE Fellow. Jim has also been a PI on several major funding efforts from government agencies, including the DARPA SPAR program from which LintrinsIC’s technology stems, as well as other efforts from ARPA-E and NSF. Jim brings invaluable experience in both the technical field and through connections within the semiconductor industry, whether it is for customers or for access to multi-project wafer tape-outs. Google Scholar, UCSB Lab Website
Harish Krishnaswamy is an Associate Professor and the Director of the Columbia High-Speed and Millimeter-Wave IC Laboratory (CoSMIC).
In 2017, he co-founded MixComm Inc., a venture-backed startup, to commercialize CoSMIC Laboratory’s advanced wireless research. In 2022, MixComm was acquired by Sivers Semiconductors where Harish now serves as the Managing Director of the Wireless Division.
Harish is one of the leading experts in SOI power amplifier design and brings a wealth of experience from both academic and commercial wireless hardware development.
CoSMIC Lab Website