Bertan Bakkaloglu (M’94, S’08, F’17) received his PhD from Oregon State University in 1995. He joined Texas Instruments Inc. Mixes Signal Wireless Design Group, Dallas, TX working on analog, RF and mixed signal front ends for wireless and wireline communication ICs. He worked on system-on-chip designs with integrated battery management and analog baseband functionality as a design leader. In 2004 he joined Arizona State University, Electrical Engineering Department, Tempe, AZ as an associate professor. He is currently a professor and his research interests include RF and PA supply regulators, high efficiency DCDC power converters, linear regulators, low-noise power management circuits, biomedical and instrumentation circuits and systems, high speed data converters and built-in-self-test circuits for analog ICs. Dr. Bakkaloglu has been a technical program chair and general chair of IEEE RFIC conference and an associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems and IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques. He is the founding member of IEEE Solid State Circuits Society Phoenix Chapter, and Microwave Theory and Techniques Society RFIC (TC-23) Subcommittee Chair. He is an IEEE Fellow and member of National Academy of Inventors.