Tina Smilkstein

Assistant Professor

Phone: 805-756-2497
E-mail: tsmilkst@calpoly.edu
Office: 20-318
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Course Schedule - Winter 2015

Course Section Date/Time Room
Digital Design CPE 133-03 Monday, Wednesday, Friday
11:10 a.m.-noon  
Room: 020-0132 
Digital Design CPE 133-04 Monday, Wednesday, Friday
12:10 p.m.-1 p.m.  
Room: 020-0132 
Semiconductor Device Electronics EE 306-01 Monday, Wednesday
4:10 p.m.-5:30 p.m.  
Room: 020-0136 
Semiconductor Device Electronics Laboratory EE 346-02 Tuesday
12:10 p.m.-3 p.m.  
Room: 020-0148 

Education

Ph.D./M.S. University of California, Berkeley (Electrical Engineering) B.A. Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan (Business Administration)

Teaching and Research Interests

Research Expertise & Interests: Analog and digital integrated circuits, clock distribution/clock signal integrity, and healthcare technology including energy scavenging for electronic prosthetics, unobtrusive monitoring of the older and disabled to extend independent living, enabling technologies and sensory prosthetics.

Resources

  • Bionics - Hugh Herr
    A gentleman I met back when he was working on ankles.....
  • Cal Poly Cadence Resource page
    This page will eventually contain instructions on using Cadence at Cal Poly, example circuits, tutorials and where to go for help.
  • CPE129 Jeopardy
  • Kato also from the school I trained at (In white)
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  • Take care of yourselves and others
    Cal Poly is one of the best environments I've ever been in. Students are, at least in class, generally sharing, patient, cooperative, supportive and a bunch more words that mean they are open to students' difference. I love that so many students are this way but there is always more to learn about other people in the world and things you can do to make things better for all students.
  • The neat thing about table tennis is that styles can be almost completely offensive or defensive. The green team is a defensive team. The purple team is an offensive team. Equipment is different.
  • Team that I used to train with (in purple)
    The neat thing about table tennis is that styles can be almost completely offensive or defensive. The green team is a defensive team. The purple team is an offensive team. Equipment is different.

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