Antony Sou is an expert integrated circuit designer with extensive experience in metal-oxide, organic and silicon semiconductor technologies having worked for several major global technology companies in multiple worldwide locations. He is the author of the handbook, “Practical Guide To Organic Field Effect Transistor (OFET) Circuit Design”, has patents relating to high speed serial communications links such as USB and PCI-Express, and has also published in leading journals and presented at conferences.
During his time at The EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Large-Area Electronics, Antony was a postdoctoral researcher in the Optoelectronics Group of the Cavendish Laboratory where he researched circuit design with metal-oxide and organic transistors, cooperating closely with industrial partners on flexible applications. He gained his PhD on the principles of OFET modelling and circuit design under the supervision of Professor Henning Sirringhaus at the University of Cambridge. Antony is currently employed by PragmatIC, engaged on the research and design of large-scale mixed-signal integrated chips on flexible transparent plastics.