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Seyed Ruhallah Qasemi

PhD student

I am doing my research as a Ph.D. student at Integrated circuits and systems (EKS) on implantable biomedical sensors. Currently designing a low-power wireless optical sensor system on a chip (SoC).

Research Focus

I finished my master's degree in integrated circuit design focused on optical transceiver CMOS front ends and low noise amplifiers (LNA) for ultra-wideband (UWB) communication.

I continued my research path with my current Ph.D. journey targeting the design of an implantable wireless optical sensor for fluorescence detection as an integrated system on a chip. The project is funded by the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF) for the design of a micro-ASIC for implantable optical fluorescence detection.

Teaching Activity

Teacher assistant for projects, laboratories, and tutorials for the following courses:
TSEK37 Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits
TSEK06 VLSI Design
TSTE86 Digital Integrated Circuits

Public Profiles

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Maryam Rafati, Seyed Ruhallah Qasemi, Atila Alvandpour (2022) A Dynamic Range Extension Technique for Pseudo-Resistive Transimpedance Amplifiers Based on Two-Step Conversion 2022 IEEE NORDIC CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS CONFERENCE (NORCAS) Continue to DOI
Maryam Rafati, Seyed Ruhallah Qasemi, Atila Alvandpour (2022) A configurable fluorescence sensing front-end for ultra-low power and high sensitivity applications Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing, Vol. 110, p. 3-17 Continue to DOI


Seyed Ruhallah Qasemi, Maryam Rafati, Atila Alvandpour (2020) A Low Power Front-end for Biomedical Fluorescence Sensing Applications 2020 IEEE Nordic Circuits and Systems Conference (NorCAS) Continue to DOI