Mohamed I. Ibrahim received the PhD degree from the EECS department at MIT in 2021. He is currently a Staff Design Engineer at MediaTek USA, Irvine, CA. His research interests include microelectronics circuits and systems for high-speed wireless/wireline transceivers, and chip-scale quantum systems.
In this talk, innovations of chip-scale quantum and THz systems will be discussed. The talk focuses on the first hybrid magnetometer that integrates CMOS and solid-state color-centers, and the smallest package-less identification tag with far-field communication, beam steering, and asymmetric cryptography. These innovations allow for significant miniaturization, practical solutions, and exciting research opportunities.