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David J. Allstot received the B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Portland (1969), Oregon State University (OSU) (1974), and the University of California, Berkeley (1979).
He has held industrial positions at Tektronix, Inc., and Texas Instruments, Inc., and several academic positions including Prof. of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University (1990-1995), and the Boeing-Egtvedt Chair Professor in the College of Engineering (1999-2012) and Chair of the Dept. of Electrical Engineering (2004-2007) at the University of Washington. He was a Visiting Professor at Stanford (2012), and the MacKay Professor in Residence and Executive Director of the Berkeley Wireless Research Center at UC Berkeley (2013-2016). He has been a Professor of EECS at OSU since 2017.
Prof. Allstot has advised ~75 M.S. and 40 Ph.D. graduates and published ~325 papers. Major research awards include the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Baker Award (1980), IEEE Circuits and Systems Society (CASS) Darlington Award (1995 and 2010), IEEE Intl. Solid-State Circuits Conf. (ISSCC) Beatrice Winner Award (1998), IEEE CASS Charles A. Desoer Technical Achievement Award (2004), Semiconductor Industry Association University Research Award (2008), IEEE CASS Mac Van Valkenburg Award (2011), and the IEEE Trans. on Biomedical Circuits and Systems Best Paper Award (2015).
Major teaching awards include the Semiconductor Research Corporation Aristotle Award (2005) and the IEEE CASS John Choma Education Award (2018). He also received the IEEE CASS Meritorious Service Award (2019).
He has been active in leadership roles throughout his career in service to the IEEE and the IEEE Circuits and Systems and Solid-State Circuits Societies.
Dr. Allstot is a Fellow of IEEE (1992) and a Member of the National Academy of Engineering (2020).