Ankesh Jain

Explore the world of analog circuit design at IIT Delhi



If you are passionate about circuit designing and interested in exploring and researching it more, then you have come to a right place. Speaking about myself, I am an Assistant professor in IIT Delhi (Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi) working in the area of analog and mixed signal circuit design.

Currently, I am working on developing new architectures for high speed ADCs with an improved linearity. Before joining here, I have worked with Prof. Maurits Ortmanns (University of ULM), where we have designed ultra low voltage CTDSM (working with 0.4V power supply and achieving 12 bit resolution in 50kHz signal bandwidth) as well as wide bandwidth CTDSM (achieving 12 bit resolution in 50MHz signal bandwidth). I have worked with Prof. Shanthi Pavan at IIT Madras for getting my doctorate degree where we have designed several CTDSMs, one of which was clocked at 6GSps and achieved 11 bit resolution in 60MHz signal bandwidth . I have also worked at Freescale semiconductor for two years. There, I was working on PLL and clock synthesizers.

If you are interested in pursuing higher studies in area of analog and mixed signal circuit design then you can always write to me at ankesh@ee.iitd.ac.in

Recent highlights of our group

Prof. Ankesh Jain has been elected as a member of Analog signal processing technical committee of IEEE circuit and system society.

Prof. Ankesh Jain has been elevated to senior membership of IEEE.

Prof. Ankesh Jain has been invited to serve as reviewer for B.Tech. second year book on Analog circuit and devices by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) India.

Prof. Ankesh Jain has been invited to teach a course on Analog circuit design by Technical University of Munich, Asia campus Singapore.

Prof. Ankesh Jain has been awarded TUM Global visiting professorship award 2022 by Technical university of Munich, Germany.

Our work on "Electrical Energy Injection Using Hybrid SECE for High Performance Nonlinear Mechanical Energy Harvesting" has been accepted in Midwest symposium on circuits and systems (MWSCAS) 2021, Congratulations Jatin and Pratibha!!

Our work on "System Level Modeling and Optimization of Hybrid Vibration Energy Harvesters" has been accepted in International symposium on circuits and systems(ISCAS) 2020, Congratulations Mounika!!