Rincón-Mora Chosen as IEEE CASS Distinguished Lecturer

<p>Gabriel Rincón-Mora</p>

Gabriel Rincón-Mora

Gabriel Rincón-Mora has been selected as a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society for 2022-2023. He is a professor in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), where he is a member of the electrical energy and electronic design and applications groups.

Rincón-Mora will deliver lectures on unraveling feedback translations and on switched-inductor power supplies with a particular focus on compact control loops. This most recent appointment as an IEEE CASS Distinguished Lecturer will be the third time that he has been appointed to this position. 

The mission of the CASS Distinguished Lecturer Program is to serve the needs of the members of the CAS Society to enhance their professional knowledge and vitality by keeping them informed of the latest research results and their practical applications.

A member of the ECE faculty since 2001, Rincón-Mora leads the Georgia Tech Analog, Power, and Energy Integrated Circuits Lab. He has published 11 books, with one in production; eight handbooks; four book chapters; and over 190 articles; he has had 42 patents issued. In addition, Rincón-Mora has had over 26 commercial power-chip products released to production, presented over 150 keynotes/speeches/seminars, and produced 25 educational videos.

Rincón-Mora is a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, Fellow of the IEEE, and Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology. Prior to joining the ECE faculty, he was a design team leader at Texas Instruments (TI) from 1994-2003 and an adjunct professor with Georgia Tech from 1999-2001. During his career at Georgia Tech, Rincón-Morahas served as director of the Georgia Tech Analog Consortium from 2001-2004, director of the TI Analog Fellowship Program from 2001-2015, and Visiting Professor at National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan in 2011-2019. He has taught for Georgia Tech ECE in China every fall semester since 2008, with the first five years spent at Shanghai Jiao Tong University and the last eight years at Georgia Tech-Shenzhen. 

Rincón-Mora has been inducted into Georgia Tech's Council of Outstanding Young Engineering Alumni and named one of "The 100 Most Influential Hispanics" by Hispanic Business magazine. He received the National Hispanic in Technology Award from the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Charles E. Perry Visionary Award from Florida International University, Three-Year Patent Award from Texas Instruments, Orgullo Hispano Award from Robins Air Force Base, Hispanic Heritage Award from Robins Air Force Base, State of California Commendation Certificate from Lieutenant Governor Cruz M. Bustamante. He was also included in "List of Notable Venezuelan Americans" in Science, and he has received a Service Award and Certificate of Appreciation from IEEE CASS. 

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