Xin Yin

XinYin.jpg Xin (Scott) Yin received the M.Sc. degree in Electronics Engineering from Fudan University, China in 2002 and Ph.D. degree in Electronic Engineering from Ghent University, Belgium in 2009. Since 2007, he has worked as a staff researcher in IMEC-INTEC and since 2013 he has been a professor in the INTEC department at Ghent University. He was and is active in European and International projects such as PIEMAN, EUROFOS, MARISE, C3PO, DISCUS, Phoxtrot, MIRAGE, SPIRIT, WIPE, Teraboard, STREAMS, 5G-PHOS and GreenTouch consortium. His research interests include high-speed opto-electronic circuits and transmitter/receiver subsystems, with emphasis on burst-mode receivers and clock data recovery ICs for optical access networks, and low power mixed-signal integrated circuit design for datacom/telecom/5G applications. He has authored and co-authored more than 150 journal and conference publications in the field of high-speed electronics and fiber-optic communication. In 2014, he led a team including researchers from imec, Bell Labs USA/Alcatel-Lucent and Orange Labs, which won the GreenTouch 1000x award in recognition of the invention of the Bi-PON protocol and sustained leadership. He has become a member of the ECOC technical program committee (TPC) since 2015.



Phone +32 9 264 33 36

Research explorer