Rick Carley

ST Microelectronics Professor – ECE Affiliated Faculty – DSSC
Department Data Storage Systems Center
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Office 2119 Hamerschlag Hall
Telephone (412)-268-3597
Fax (412)-268-2859
Assistant Judy Bandola

Research Interests

My research interests include:

  1. The design of analog circuits and systems for mixed-signal ICs and System-On-a-Chip (SOC) ICs - especially data converters, signal conditioning circuits, and communications / RF circuits.
  2. Development of CAD Tools to support the analog IC design flow.
  3. Design of integrated microelectromechanical systems and control/sensing electronics - for both inertial sensing and for IC-based mass data storage devices.

In the News

  • Analog Devices Awards Highest Technical Honor to ECE Alumnus
  • CSSI Participates in DAC; Hosts Alumni & Friends Reception
  • Center for Wireless and Broadband Networking Hosts 3rd Annual Spring Review
  • ECE Faculty Among Most Cited in *IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design*
  • Rutenbar Receives Jatras (E47) Chair and Aristotle Award
  • Leaders of NeoLinear and TimeSys Named Emerging Entrepreneurs of the Year
  • Carley First Recipient of STMicroelectronics Professorship
  • Rutenbar and Carley Presented With SRC Technical Excellence Award
  • ECE Technology Drives Purchase of Analog Software Vendor Neolinear
  • ECE Alumnus Promoted to Senior Principal Research Engineer
  • CHIPS Computer-on-a-Chip Research Top Story in EE Times
  •  Rick  Carley

    Carnegie Mellon, 1984

    Research Area



    CAD and design of analog signal processing circuits and MEMS systems


    PhD, 1984
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    SM, 1978
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    SB, 1976
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology