James Morizio
Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Over the last two decades Dr. Morizio's research has been focused on CMOS mixed-signal microelectronics and ASICs used in translational closed-loop, bioelectronic therapies for wireless neural interfaces. These interfaces include sub-system architectures for neural recording and modulation and analog circuits for low noise preamplifier, high channel count multiplexer and programmable current sources. Dr. Morizio's current research is focused on biomedical instrumentation intended for neurological, digestive and immune system disorders with the research goal for human clinical translation. He has over 35 years of analog circuit design experience in industry and academics and co-inventor of 8 patents.

Current Research Interests

Mixed-Signal CMOS circuit design, layout and testing

Bioelectronic circuits for wireless neural interfaces: Recording and Stimulation

Sigma Delta ADC and DACs architecture and circuit design

Ultrasound Pre-Amplifier and multiplexing

Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCOS) Pixel driver and interface

Broadband Phase Lock Loop Design and Modeling

Ultra Wide Band (Ghz) Transceiver Design: VCOs, PLLs, Antenna Drivers, Buffers

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