Prof. PUT, PhD, DSc Paweł Śniatała
Professor in Institute of Computing Science, Poznań University of Technology, Vice Rector of Poznan University of Technology for International Relations
Prof. PUT, PhD, DSc Paweł Śniatała Vice-Rector of Poznan University of Technology for International Relations (2020-2024) and the Coordinator of the EUNICE European University project (https://eunice-university.eu/ ). He received the M.S. degree in Telecommunication, M.S. degree in Computer Science and Ph.D. degree in Microelectronics – all from Poznan University of Technology, Poland. He obtained the habilitation degree (D.Sc.) in electronics in 2016. From 1998 to 2002 he worked at the Department of Computer Engineering at the Rochester Institute of Technology (USA). He returned to Poznan University of Technology to take a position at the Faculty of Computing. He hold a position of the Vice-Dean for Industrial Cooperation in the period 2016-2020. He has also graduated the international MBA study in joint program George State University and Poznan University of Economics.
His area of interests focuses on VLSI circuits for digital and mixed analog-digital signal processing systems: Ultra-Low Power ASIC design, Implantable IC, Signal/Image processing hardware-software co-design, Hardware accelerators. However, following his computing science background, he is also involved in research projects related to eHealth area and Cybersecurity issues. He was involved in several industrial projects e.g.: control and monitoring systems for gas mine systems, control systems for water treatment plant and teletechniques systems for airports. Currently he is involved in H2020 project CAPABLE – “CAncer PAtients Better Life Experience” (https://capable-project.eu/). He served in several international PhD and MS committees (Portugal, USA). He was a visiting professor in several universities outside Poland in: USA, Portugal, Peru, Taiwan. He is an author and co-author of over 100 papers including three monographs:
Śniatała P., „CMOS Current Mode ΣΔ Modulators”, Poznan Monographs in Computing and Its Applications, Poznań 2016;
Śniatała P., Amini, M. H., Boroojeni K. G. “Fundamentals of Brooks–Iyengar Distributed Sensing Algorithm; Trends, Advances, and Future Prospects”, Springer 2020.