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Asen Asenov was born on 30 January, 1954 in Bulgarian, is a Scientist and entrepreneur. At 66 years old, Asen Asenov height not available right now. We will update Asen Asenov's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Scientist and entrepreneur
Age 66 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 30 January 1954
Birthday 30 January
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Nationality Bulgarian

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As a head of the Device Modelling Group in the institute of Microelectronics Asenov and his colleague Evgeni Stefanov developed the first integrated two dimensional TCAD Process and Device Simulators IMPEDANCE. Little know in the western world due to the Iron Curtain IMPEDANCE was licensed and used in USSR, Poland and East Germany. As a head of the Department of Electronics and Electrical engineering, together with Professor Chris Wilkinson he played instrumental role in the establishment of the James Watt Nanofabrication Centre. Prof. Asenov is a pioneer in understanding the impact of the statistical variability associated with the discreteness of charge and granularity of matter as a maker or breaker of the contemporary and future CMOS technology. He directed the development of the first ‘atomistic’ TCAD simulator GARAND.


Asenov was a co-founder, CEO and a qualifying director of Gold Standard Simulations (GSS) Ltd. Apart from selling GARAND licences, GSS developed the first TCAD based Design Technology Co-Optimisation (DTCO) tool chain. The GSS customer basis grew up rapidly including most of the major semiconductor players. In 2016 GSS was acquired by Synopsys resulting in the establishment of the Synopsys TCAD R&D centre in Glasgow. Asenov is also the founder and the CEO of Semiwise, a semiconductor technology and device IP company. He is a non-executive director of Surecore, a memory IP company, and Ngenics, an EDA company.


Asen Asenov (FIEEE, FRSE) received his MSc degree in solid state physics from Sofia University, Bulgaria in 1979 and a PhD degree in physics from The Bulgarian Academy of Science in 1989. He has ten years of industrial experience as a head of the Process and Device Modelling Group in the Institute of Microelectronics, Sofia. In 1989–1991 he was a Visiting Professor at the Physics Department of Technical University of Munich, Germany. He joined the Department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering at the University of Glasgow in 1991, and served as a Head of Department in 1999-2003. He was appointed as the James Watt Professor in Electrical Engineering in 2003.


Asen Asenov (born 30 January 1954 in Sofia) is an Bulgarian scientist and entrepreneur in the field of microelectronics and device modelling and one of the pioneers in Technology Computer Aided design (TCAD). Currently he is the James Watt Chair in Electrical Engineering at the University of Glasgow and the Leader of the Glasgow Device Modeling Group.