SOBOT Robert


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Prof. Robert Sobot received the B.Sc. degree in engineering physics (a five years program) from the University of Belgrade, former Yugoslavia, in 1989, and the M.A.Sc. (a two year program)  plus  Ph.D. (a four year program) degrees in electrical engineering (microelectronics) from Simon Fraser University, Canada, in 1996 and 2005 respectively.
Prior to 1994 he worked for number of companies in Europe and North America on various projects including MEMS pressure sensors, silicon IR detectors and radio controlled systems. From 1996 to 2001 he was with PMC-Sierra Inc., Canada, first as an Analog Circuit Designer, then as a Team Leader.
Prof. Sobot joined the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Western University as an Assistant Professor in 2006, and in 2012 was promoted to Associate Professor (tenured). During his tenure at Western University, he established  Implantable  Systems Laboratory.
During 2012/13 he is visiting researcher at Université Pierre et Marie Curie at Sorbonne (LiP6). From 2013 to 2015 he was serving as one of the Research Directors of The Innovation Center for Information Engineering at Western University.
As of September 2014, he joined ENSEA in France as a Full Professor.
During summer of 2018 he was visiting teaching professor at Wuhan University, China.
Prof. Sobot published six textbooks  and two book chapters on the topics of “Wireless Communication Electronics ” and  “Applied Mathematics for Engineers”.  In addition he published 61 peer reviewed journal and conference papers, and he holds one patent on analog/mixed-signal  IC circuits.
He is a Member of IEEE, Circuits and Systems Society and Solid-State Circuits Society.

Research activities

  • Implantable telemetry systems,
  • Biomedical IC applications,
  • RF ICs for wireless communications,
  • Brain to machine interface,
  • Sigma-Delta modulation and
  • Analog adaptive equalization

Ongoing projects

  • Implantable telemetry systems,
  • Biomedical IC applications,