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Jay Esfandyari, PhD

STMicroelectronics Inc.

Jay Esfandyari holds a master's degree and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Technology of Vienna, Austria. In addition to more than 60 publications and conference contributions, he has more than 20 years of industry experience in Semiconductor Technology, integrated circuits fabrication processes, MEMS & sensors design and development, sensor networking, product marketing, business development and product strategy. Jay is currently the Director of Global Product Marketing Strategy at STMicroelectronics. He can be reached at 972-971-4969,


Harmonious User Experience with Leading Sensor Technology   September 30, 2016
By: Jay Esfandyari, PhD

This article focuses on gesture recognition as part of human computer interaction (HCI) and gives an overview of hardware and software implementation of gesture recognition and its applications.

MEMS Pressure Sensors in Pedestrian Navigation   December 1, 2010
By: Gang Xu,Jay Esfandyari, PhD,Massimo Mascotto

Taking advantage of performance improvements in, and the reduced size of MEMS sensors, we discuss how to use MEMS pressure sensors to aid the altitude measurements from a GPS receiver when used for pedestrian navigation.




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