Dr. Paul Whatmough
Paul N. Whatmough received the B.Eng. degree (first class Hons.) in electronic communications engineering from the University of Lancaster in 2003, the M.Sc. degree (with distinction) in communications systems and signal processing from the University of Bristol in 2004, and the engineering doctorate in VLSI signal processing from University College London, in 2012, all in the U.K.
From 2005 to 2008, he held the position of Research Scientist at Philips Research Labs, Redhill, U.K. (which became NXP Semiconductors Research in 2006). In 2008, he joined the Silicon R&D department at ARM Ltd., Cambridge, U.K. while working towards the industrial doctorate degree. His current research interests are in low-power circuits, algorithms and architectures relating to wireless, DSP and embedded computing.
Dr. Whatmough is a member of the IET and IEEE. He was the recipient of the IET Student Project Award in 2003, the IEEE Communications Chapter Award in 2004 and the European Wireless Technology Conference (EuWiT) Young Engineering Prize in 2008.