Kamal Aggarwal comes from the city of Saharanpur, India. He received his B.Tech. degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar, India, in 2005, MS in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, CA in 2009, and is currently pursuing his PhD at Stanford. During his internship at Motorola, India he was involved in RF planning and optimization for 27 major cities in India. At Infineon, India he helped develop an optimization tool for initial circuit sizing of analog blocks. At Intel, India he was a design engineer and was involved in the mask design for various blocks as well as developed tools to automate metal dummy insertion and schematic creation. During his internship with Rambus Inc, US in 2008, 2009 he developed a tool to automate layout migration among different process nodes along with the study of non-linear noise modeling for VCO and PLL.
He enjoys teaching and taught analog and RF courses at Stanford as a teaching assistant. His research interests are RF, analog and mixed signal circuit design. He was awarded the University Gold Medal at NIT, Jalandhar in 2005 for securing highest GPA for the graduating class of 2005 and Department Silver Medal for securing highest GPA in the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering.
In his spare time he enjoys photography and hiking.
E-mail: kaggarwa AT stanford DOT edu