Emeritus Chief Technology Officer and Board Member
Dr. Sanchez-Sinencio co-founded Vidatronic in 2010. He has a vast experience of more than 30 years in analog and mixed-signal circuits. He has done pioneer work in switched-capacitor circuits, continuous-time Gm-C and current-mode filters. He is the co-author of the first book fully dedicated to switched-capacitor circuits (Van Nostrand-Reinhold 1984). He is the coauthor of another 4 books and co-editor of the book “Low Voltage/Low Power integrated Circuits and Systems” (IEEE Press 1999). His teams at Texas A&M University have designed, fabricated, and successfully tested a number of receivers such as Bluetooth (2003), Bluetooth-Wi-FI, and Ultrawide Band (3.1-10.6 GHz). He has been coauthor of more than 400 technical papers.
Dr. Sanchez-Sinencio led Vidatronic’s technology strategy as CTO from the start of the company and has been instrumental in Vidatronic’s growth and success. As of 2019, he has been appointed to Emeritus CTO, but will continue to offer his expertise and leadership to the team from his seat on the Vidatronic board.
He received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford University and University of Illinois at Champaign Illinois, respectively. He has been an IEEE Fellow since 1992.