Dr. Ferenc Kovács received the M.Eng. from the Technical University of Budapest in 1959, the Academic degree Technical Sciences (Ph.D.) in 1981 and the Doctor of Hungarian Academy of Sciences degree in 2001. He joined the Research Institute for Electronics ”HIKI” in 1959 where he worked on the field of microelectronic design and testing. Since 1982 he has been Associate Professor on the Department of electronic devices, technical University of Budapest, getting the Professor title in 2001. Since 2001 he is also a Professor on the Peter Pazmany Catholic University, Faculty of Information Technology, now as professor emeritus, former Vice dean for the research field and head of the Jedlik Research Laboratory. He published more than 310 technical papers and 9 books on the high-frequency application of semiconductors, VLSI Circuits and Intelligent Sensors. His further areas of research are the development of integrated circuit test equipment, real-time applications of VLSI circuits, low-power design of CMOS circuits and the design of low-power biomedical instruments.