Dr. Yeh is currently a Texas Instruments assignee at the Semiconductor Research Corporation, where he is senior director and manages four research programs: i) Analog/Mixed-Signal Circuits, Systems, and Devices, ii) Artificial Intelligence Hardware; iii) Computer-aided Design and Test; iv) and the India Research Program. In his position he funds and supports university research projects addressing high-speed, low-power, robustness, and manufacturability issues in the integrated circuit design space for digital, analog, mixed-signal, and RF products. He also funds and supports university research to enable neuro-inspired, cognitive and learning abilities which address the vast range of future data types and workloads as intelligence is enabled from edge devices to the cloud. He also funds and supports university research addressing computer-aided design algorithms and testability issues used in the design and manufacturing of integrated circuits. Finally, he funds and supports university research projects in India, on behalf of the members who have a presence in that country.
Dr. Yeh joined Texas Instruments in 1990 and has been elected as a Senior Member Technical Staff. He has held positions in the Semiconductor Process and Device Center, Design Automation Division, High Performance Analog, and Analog Technology Development groups. He is a Senior Member of IEEE, and is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (BS, MS, Ph.D).