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Our Team

Blue Cheetah’s team combines years of academic brilliance with deep product expertise. We are leaders in the full stack of analog/mixed-signal IP design and how to accelerate it — from the science of analog and digital circuits all the way up to the software frameworks enabling our agile approach.

Leadership

Krishna Settaluri | CEO and Co-Founder

Krishna received his PhD in electrical engineering from UC Berkeley in December 2018, specializing in design automation of high speed silicon photonic links using analog generator technology. Krishna has worked at Apple, Google, and Caltech, and has consulted for multiple startups in the past. Prior to his PhD, Krishna received his M.Eng and B.Sc. from MIT in 2012 and 2011, respectively.

Eric Chang | CTO and Co-Founder

During his PhD at UC Berkeley, Eric pioneered and designed an open-source analog generator framework (BAG) now used by graduate students at a number of universities as well as engineers at large companies and other start-ups. Prior to his PhD, Eric worked at Oracle and received his B.Sc in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences from UC Berkeley.

Nathan Narevsky | COO and Co-Founder

Nathan leveraged analog generators to design high-speed communication circuits as a PhD student at UC Berkeley. He has also worked on a wide variety of other circuits, including array radio systems, biomedical devices, and power management while at Berkeley, and designed power management and communication systems for next generation microprocessors at Intel.

Elad Alon | Chief Scientist and Co-Founder

In addition to his role as Chief Scientist and co-founder at Blue Cheetah, Elad is also a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at UC Berkeley. He is a co-Director of the Berkeley Wireless Research Center and ADEPT Lab at Berkeley, has lead a number of academic as well as industrial efforts in integrated circuit design and design automation, and is an IEEE Fellow. Elad received his Ph.D., M.S., and B.S. degrees from Stanford University.

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We are always looking for leading analog, mixed signal, digital, and software engineers with a drive to change the circuits world.
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