Central to our clients' success are the people who comprise Epoch Microelectronics. Our team of highly specialized IC designers understands and exercises the knowledge, attention to detail, and integrity that is critical to successful IC design. Combined with the innovative, creative and challenge-seeking attitude at Epoch Microelectronics, Inc., this commitment is the driving force behind delivering excellence to our customers.

 

Ken Suyama is the President and co-founder of Epoch Microelectronics, Inc. Prior to founding Epoch, Dr. Suyama served Columbia University as a Research Scientist and Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering. Dr. Suyama’s technical interests covers all facets of analog and radio frequency (RF) integrated circuitry including RF integrated circuits, data converters, CAD for switched-capacitor circuits, RF MEMS, etc. While pursuing his doctoral degree at Columbia University, he worked on CAD software called SWITCAP2 for simulation of switched capacitor circuits which is used in many companies and universities. Dr. Suyama has coauthored more than 50 technical journals and international conference papers and holds a few patents and patents-pending.

Dr. Suyama is also President of the Board of Trustees for the Catalyst Foundation, which fosters doctoral level inter-disciplinary university research that incorporates the area of electrical engineering. He is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE).

Ken Suyama holds both M.S. (’82) and Ph.D. (’89) degrees in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University. He received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Davis in 1980.

 

Aleksander Dec is the Vice President and Co-Founder of Epoch Microelectronics, Inc. Prior to founding Epoch, Dr. Dec conducted research at Columbia University on Microwave CMOS VCOs utilizing RF-MEMS devices. In addition, Aleksander Dec worked at Silicon Circuit Research Department of Lucent Technologies, Inc. on mixed-signal and RF IC design for GSM transceivers.

Dr. Dec has more than 13 years of experience in analog and RF IC design, including GSM & WCDMA cellphone, Satellite & Cable TV, WLAN, and audio applications. Dr. Dec has authored or co-authored 16 conference and journal publications, and holds multiple patents.

Aleksander Dec is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE) and holds B.S. (’93), M.S. (‘95), and Ph.D. (’98) degrees in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University.

 

Epoch Microelectronics is always looking for talented individuals to join our team. Epcoh offers competitive salaries, a 401k plan and other generous benefits. To view our current openings, please click here.