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I am a Ph.D. student working on memristor-based RF circuits, both front-end and back-end. My current work includes RF memristor modeling and the integration of memristive switches in RF circuits. The non-volatility, small footprint and low-energy switching, combined with high RF performance make memristors excellent candidates for reconfigurable RF devices.
I am also interested in VLSI, CMOS RF and mixed-signals. In the past I worked on Low-Power Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN).
N. Wainstein and S. Kvatinsky. “An RF Memristor Model and Memristive Single-Pole Double-Throw Switches”. IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS) 2017, (in press).
Suárez R.A. , Siri R., Wainstein N., Abal G. “GOES-East satellite images processing in Uruguay and future perspectives”. 2015 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Satellite Conference. May, 2015.
González, M., Schandy, J., Wainstein, N., Barboni, L., Gomez, A., Croce, C. “Wireless image-sensor network application for population monitoring of lepidopterous insect pest (moths) in fruit crops”. IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference (I2MTC) Proceedings, May 2014.
González, M., Schandy, J., Wainstein, N., Beltran, M., Martínez, N., Barboni, L., Gómez. “A Wireless Sensor Network Application with Distributed Processing in the Compressed Domain”. Activity Monitoring by Multiple Distributed Sensing (AMMDS), August 2014, Revised Selected Papers.
Wainstein, N., Kvatinsky, S. “RF Memristor Modeling”. International Conference on Memristive Materials, Devices & Systems (MEMRISYS 2017).