Hamid Khatibi (Ph.D.) was born in 1973. He received his B.Sc. in electronics and his master in Control system from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran. In 2004 he joined Laboratoir d’Automatique at EPFL where he accomplished a PhD in control system engineering. In 2012, he joined UNIC at Cornell, where he is doing his research about cross-coupled oscillators.
During his study, he has been a recipient of several awards such as: Jacob’s Scholarship (Cornell-2012), Exceptionally valuable performance prize (EPFL-2007), Honored master student (among all engineering students (Iran-1999), Ranked first among all B.Sc. and M.Sc. students (Sharif-1997 and 1999), best B.Sc. thesis contest (Sharif-1999), gold medal in national Physics Olympiad (1992-Iran) and silver medal in Computer Programming Olympiad. He has taught Physics for more than ten years and has been the manager of two Special Business Units of FANAP Co. (ICT Subsidiary of PASARGAD Financial Group-Tehran-Iran). He has also been a circuit designer in several companies during 1994 to 2003. He has been the author of several papers in control system engineering. His research interests include RF circuit design and convex optimization.