Senior Development Manager
Samsung Research Institute Noida
Samsung Electronics.
Noida, India

Research area of interest

Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Design
Analog and Mixed Signal Circuit Design
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Employment

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Education

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Publications

Journals
  1. Genemala Haobijam and Roy Paily, “Efficient Optimization of Integrated Spiral Inductor with Bounding of Layout Design Parameters,” Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing , Vol 51, no.3, pp 131-140, June 2007. Download Paper, DOI 10.1007/s10470-007-9061-9, Copyright © 2007, Springer Netherlands
  2. Genemala Haobijam and Roy Paily, “Performance Study of Fixed Value Inductors and their Optimization using Electromagnetic Simulator,” Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Vol 50, no. 5, pp 1205-1210, May 2008. Download Paper, DOI 10.1002/mop.23310, Copyright © 2008 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  3. Genemala Haobijam and Roy Paily, "Design of Multilevel Pyramidically Wound Symmetric Inductor for CMOS RFIC's," Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing, Vol 63, no. 1, pp 9-21, April 2010. Download Paper

International / National Conferences
  1. Genemala Haobijam and Roy Paily, “Design and Optimization of On Chip Spiral Inductor for Silicon RFIC’s,” in Proc. 10th IEEE VLSI Design and Test Symposium, pp. 23-31, Aug. 2006, Goa, India. Download Paper
  2. Genemala Haobijam and Roy Paily, “Systematic Analysis, Design and Optimization of On-Chip Spiral Inductor for Si based RFIC’s,” in Proc. IEEE Annual India Conference, INDICON, Sept. 2006, Delhi, India.Download Paper IEEEXplore DOI 10.1109/INDCON.2006.302818
  3. Genemala Haobijam and Roy Paily, “Multilevel pyramidically wound symmetric spiral inductor,” in Proc. 11th IEEE VLSI Design and Test Symposium, pp. 11-20, Aug. 2007, Kolkata, India. Download Paper
  4. Genemala Haobijam and Roy Paily, “Multilevel symmetric spiral inductor with reduced area and higher self resonating frequency,” in Proc. Indian Microelectronic Society Conference, Aug, 2007, Chandigarh, India.Download Paper
  5. Genemala Haobijam and Roy Paily, “A 2.4 GHz CMOS VCO with Multilevel Pyramidically Wound Symmetric Inductor in 0.35µm Technology,” in Proc. IEEE Annual India Conference, INDICON, Sept. 2007, Bangalore, India. 
  6. Genemala Haobijam and Roy Paily, “Quality Factor Enhancement of CMOS Inductor with Pyramidal Winding of Metal Turns ” In Proc. 14th International Workshop on The Physics of Semiconductor Devices (IWPSD), pp 729-732, Dec. 2007, Mumbai, India.Download Paper IEEEXplore DOI 10.1109/IWPSD.2007.4472624
  7. Genemala Haobijam, Manikumar Kothamasu and Roy Paily, “RFID Circuit Design with Optimized CMOS Inductor,” in Proc. 15th International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communication, Dec. 2007, Guwahati, India.Download Paper IEEEXplore DOI 10.1109/ADCOM.2007.28
  8. M. Kothamasu, Genemala Haobijamand Roy Paily, “Wireless Power Transmission in an RFID Tag for Monitoring Biomedical Signals,” in Proc. 10th International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications, Dec. 2007, Jaipur, India.Download Paper
  9. Genemala Haobijam, Deepak Balemarthy and Roy Paily, “A 2.4 GHz CMOS Differential LNA with Multilevel Pyramidically wound Symmetric Inductor in 0.18μm Technology,” In Proc. Workshop on Image and Signal Processing (WISP), Dec. 28-29, 2007, Guwahati, India.
  10. Rohan Kesireddy, Roy Paily, Jyothi Bhaskarr and Genemala Haobijam, “Pulse Width modulated DC-DC Buck Converter using On-chip Inductor,” in Proc. 12th IEEE VLSI Design and Test Symposium, July 2008, Bangalore, India.Download Paper
  11. S. R. Munnagi, Roy Paily, R. S. Kshetrimayum, Genemala Haobijam and M. Kothamasu, “Sensor Integration in an RFID Tag for Monitoring Biomedical Signals,” in Proc. 12th IEEE VLSI Design and Test Symposium, July 2008, Bangalore, India.Download Paper
  12. S R Munnagi, Genemala Haobijam, M Kothamasu, Roy Paily and R S Kshetrimayum, “CMOS Capacitive Pressure Sensor Design and Integration with RFID Tag for Biomedical Applications,” accepted for IEEE Region 10 Conference TENCON, Nov. 2008, Hyderabad, India.
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Awards                                                                                                                                                              

  • First Prize in Design Contest, 22nd International Conference on VLSI Design, Jan. 2009. Design of Multilayer Pyramidically Wound Inductor and Fully Integrated 2.4 GHz VCO in UMC 0.18µm RFCMOS Process
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    EE Times India
    IIT, Guwahati win @ VLSI 2009
  • IIT Mandi Foundation Day Award 2012, Recognition for excellence in teaching and for getting good appreciation from my students
  • IIT Mandi Foundation Day Award 2011, Recognition of my teaching and contribution in Institute building

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Professional Membership

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society
IEEE Women in Engineering
VLSI Society of India


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