Professor Enrique Miranda is known worldwide as a specialist for compact modeling of electronic devices, in particular memristors. These compact models are needed to simulate the devices in programs like SPICE. Such simulations allow the scientists in research and circuit development to try out ideas for new uses of such components on the computer without having to actually build the circuit. This greatly accelerates the development process and simulation also allows a look at all the internals of the circuit. Prof. Miranda is particularly adept to describe complex component behavior with comparatively “small” models, so that the simulations do not become slow.
At TU Darmstadt, he works closely with the research groups of Professor Lambert Alff, , and Professor Christian Hochberger, Advanced Thin Film Technology Group, to better understand memristors and to be able to produce targeted memristors with specific properties. He is already involved in a number of projects. Miranda researches and teaches at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. However, he was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He initially began his doctoral work in physics there, but was then lured away by an attractive offer to UAB. In 1999, he completed his first PhD in Electronics Engineering at UAB and then returned to Buenos Aires. In 2002, he completed his second PhD in Physics there and taught for a few years before moving again to Barcelona in 2006. He has won numerous honors and awards around the world and has authored well over 300 publications. Miranda is Distinguished Lecturer from the IEEE-Electron Devices Society since 2003. Institute of Computer Systems
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