Professor, Head of the EE Department at the Bar-Ilan
University in Israel.
Present interests include analog and digital, sampled-data and
adaptive filters, neural networks for signal processing, and the
application of signal processing techniques to biological signals.
Earlier Professor Moschytz was with RCA Labs in Zürich, Bell
Telephone Labs, Holmdel, NJ, where he supervised a group designing
analog and digital integrated circuits for data communications, and
at ETH, Zürich, as Professor and Director of the Institute for
Signal and Information Processing. Author of "Linear Integrated
Networks: Fundamentals" and "Linear Integrated Networks:
Design", and co-author of the "Active Filter Design
Handbook", and "Adaptive Filter" (in German). Editor
of "MOS Switched-Capacitor Filters: Analysis and Design",
and co-editor of "Tradeoffs in Analog Design". Authored
many papers in the field of network theory, design, and sensitivity
and holds several patents in these areas.
Professor Moschytz has held the position of president of the
IEEE Circuit Systems Society, and is a member of the Swiss
Electrotechnical Society. He has been on the Board of Directors and
Executive Committee of the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society as
well as on the Editorial Board of the Proceedings of the IEEE and
of several other journals (including the new IEEE-CAS Magazine). He
has been associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Circuits and
Systems, of the CAS Newsletter, and of several other technical
journals. He is a Life-Fellow of the IEEE, has received the IEEE
CAS Education Award, and is an elected member of the Swiss Academy
of Engineering Sciences.
Professor Moschytz has been a member of the CEI-Europe faculty
Professor Moschytz lectures in the area of Analog
Signal Processing and Related Bipolar and CMOS Circuit