Dr. Dominik Schmidt is a core faculty member at ITU while serving as a technology analysis and investor at QVT Financial LP, and former senior director of Technology Development at Intel. At Intel, Dr. Schmidt helped design one of the first mobile cellular product with an Intel CPU. Dr. Schmidt also co-founded three companies including Airfly Communications Corporation, which was acquired by Intel. Dr. Schmidt has more than 80 patents granted or pending. At ITU, he is also supervising the university’s Bioelectronics Research Lab.
He received a Bachelor’s degree from University of California at Berkeley with a double major in electrical engineering and materials science. He received double Master’s degrees from Stanford University in electrical engineering and technology management. Dr. Schmidt also earned a doctorate in electrical engineering with a focus on ultra fast mixed-signal circuits and a minor in aeronautical engineering with a focus on space-based communications from Stanford University. He is also a senior member of IEEE, ARRL, NSPE, AAAS, SPIE, MRS and the Naval Institute.
Dr. Dominik Schmidt is the Director of ITU’s Bioelectronics Research Lab. Previously Senior Director of Technology Development at Intel, he has co-founded 3 companies, including Airﬂy Communications, which was acquired by Intel, & has more than 80 patents granted or pending. Qualiﬁcations: BS in Electrical Engineering & Materials Science, UC Berkeley. Master’s Degrees in Electrical Engineering & Technology Management, Stanford. PhD in Electrical Engineering, Stanford.