Michel Nakhla

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Michel S. Nakhla
Nationality Canadian
Alma mater University of Waterloo
Known for Harmonic balance
Awards IEEE Fellowship
Scientific career
Fields Electronic Design Automation
Institutions Carleton University

Michel S Nakhla is a Chancellor’s Professor at Carleton University and a researcher in Electronic Design Automation. He is the founder of the high-speed CAD research group at Carleton University and is a frequent invited speaker on the topic of high-speed interconnects. He is one of the first pioneers to introduce the concept of harmonic balance,[1] which is the backbone of current RF and microwave circuit simulators. He was awarded the IEEE Fellowship in 1998[2] for his contributions to the development of advanced computer-aided design techniques for microwave circuits and high-speed interconnects. He has authored and co-authored more than 300 technical papers[3] that contributed significantly to the evolution of the Design Automation field.

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  1. ^ Nakhla, Michel S.; Vlach, Jiri (February 1976). "A piecewise harmonic balance technique for determination of periodic response of nonlinear systems". IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems. CAS-23: 85–91. ISSN 0098-4094. 
  2. ^ "IEEE Fellow Class of 1998-last name beginning with N". 
  3. ^ "List of Publications of Dr. Michel Nakhla". 

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