Spanish National Research Council · University of Seville
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Semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) start-ups

Moises E. Robinson, President and Co-founder at Vidatronic, Inc.

Dr. Robinson will provide some background/history into his two semiconductor start-ups experiences: RocketChips and Vidatronic. Dr. Robinson will discuss the start-ups motivations, problems and markets addressed, successes and issues, Dr. Robinson would also like to spend some time providing some recommendations (and answering questions) for young semiconductor professional and entrepreneurs.

MOISES E. ROBINSON, Ph.D. was born in Panama City, Panama in 1968. He got his B.S (Summa Cum Laude) and M.S Degrees in Electrical Engineering in 1989 and 1991 from Texas A&M University, and he received his PhD. in Computer and Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in 2015. Dr. Robinson is a Senior Member of the IEEE with over 25 technical publication and over 25 patents issued to his name. Through his 28 year industrial career, Dr. Robinson has held various senior technical and management positions at various semiconductor companies including Cirrus Logic, Xilinx and AMD. In 1998, Dr. Robinson joined RocketChips as a Director of Engineering. RocketChips focused on high-speed SERDES IP and was purchased by Xilinx in 2001. In 2010, Dr. Robinson co-founded Vidatronic, a start-up semiconductor and system company focusing on power management and CMOS RF power amplifiers.


Instituto de Microelectrónica de Sevilla IMSE-CNM
Salón de Grados
November 16, 2018  ·  13:00 h.