Senior Analog and Mixed-Signal Engineer, Intel Corp.

Intel Corp.

University of Mississippi

Georgia Institute of Technology


Barry Muldrey is an expert AI/ML circuit-design-analysis and EDA executioner 😛

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Did you know?

  • Barry had a short first-career in the music industry, working as a recording engineer and occasionally producer and studio musician.

  • While finishing his undergraduate, Barry launched a startup music recording technology company.

  • Barry holds a Ph.D. from the Georgia Institute of Technology where he researched novel applications of AI/ML to circuit model validation, model debugging, post-Si model validation, and automated testing of mixed-signal systems.

  • From 2019 to 2021, Barry was a junior professor at the University of Mississippi where he co-founded a B.S. Computer Engineering curriculum and degree program. There, he created several novel courses which gave students in-depth and hands-on experience with mobile phone SoC firmware design and hybrid IoT cloud system design and deployment.

  • From 2021 to the present, Barry is a Senior Engineer in Intel’s Server DDR (Analog IP) group where he enables advanced circuit and system simulation as well as conducts multi-abstraction gigascale-data analysis.

  • Barry’s hobbies include playing, recording, and performing music, woodcraft, and welding.


  • Analog Verification
  • Circuit Validation
  • Design Testing
  • Artificial Intelligence (Active Learning)
  • Analog Computing


  • Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2019

    Georgia Institute of Technology

  • M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2014

    Georgia Institute of Technology

  • B.S. in Electrical Engineering, 2009

    University of New Orleans




OpenAI Gym -like interface for ML in circuit simulator environments.


Dupehawk is a fast multilevel hashing duplicate-data detector.


CLI tool for performing operations over multiple side-by-side git repos.


Python extension for reading Cadence binary psf circuit simulation output.


Parallelizable python front-end for Cadence Spectre simulator.


Songbirt is a lightweight web-based songbook for musicians


Python RPC client/server for ATE automation.


Xanity is an experimentation benchtop. Experiments are easily parameterized and chained into dataflow graphs. Experimental data and meta-data are transparently managed. System virtual environments are managed and made portable.


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