Dr. Khalil received his BSEE and MSEE degrees from the University of Minnesota in 1992 and 1993, respectively. In 2008, he received his PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University. He is currently serving as an assistant professor at the ECE department and the ElectroScience Lab, The Ohio State University.
Prior to joining Ohio State, Prof. Khalil spent 16 years at Intel Corporation where he held various technical and leadership positions in wireless and wireline communication groups. While at Intel, he was appointed the lead engineer at the advanced wireless communications group, where he played an instrumental role in the development of the industry's first Analog Front-end IC for third generation radios (3G). He established Intel's first analog device modeling methodology for mixed signal circuit design and also contributed to the development of Intel's first RF process technology. He later co-founded a startup group to develop Intel's first RF front-end IC, as a principle leader of the radio transmitter chain. During his work at Intel, Prof. Khalil received the prestigious Intel Quality Award in 2005. He is a senior member of IEEE and serves in the steering committee for the RFIC Symposium.
Prof. Khalil's current research areas of interest include: RF and mm-wave circuits and systems, sub-THz circuits, front-end actives and passives, high performance clocking circuits, GHz A/D and D/A circuits.