Hamad Alotaibi is an electronic engineer who joined the Center of Microwave Sensor Technology in November 2017. He is working with the University of Michigan, particularly with the CMOS group, in the design and optimization of phase locked loop and voltage controlled oscillator for the Si-based fully integrated FMCW radar for the autonomous cars. He is interested in electronics, semiconductors and digital communication electronics.
Hamad received his BS degree in Electrical Engineering with the highest honor from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) in 2017. He also did several internships and joined study abroad programs during his Bachelor degree. One semester of his BS was taken at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta as part of a highly selective exchange program at KFUPM.
One-year internship was spent at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) in the semiconductor Nano-fabrication lab. He has collaborated with the structured materials industries company at the USA and greatly participated in the innovation of a new design of a compound semiconductor material growth machine (MOCVD). He has authored and co-authored several patents and papers and attended different conferences in the Kingdom and abroad during his studies at KAUST and his time at the CMST.