Laufende Doktorarbeiten am Institut für Elektronik EIT4:

  • "On-chip Monitoring, Sensing and Calibration of Millimeter - Wave Circuits", Jonas Kammerer
  • "Robustness of high-speed Interfaces", Sebastian Koch
  • "Constrained-Random and Coverage-Driven Verification of Mixed-Signal Systems", Sebastian Simon
  • "Methodology to Assess the Application Fitness for Microelectronic Products", Christine Forster
  • "Project ADMONT: Design of an integrated High-Voltage Driver for piezo-electric biomedical systems", Bernadette Kinzel
  • "SAR ADC Design in a 28nm CMOS FD-SOI Technology", David Borggreve
  • "Sigma-Delta ADC Design in 28nm CMOS-SOI Technology for Sensor Applications", Pragoti Pran Bora
  • "New systematic approach for simulation-assisted analysis of safety-related multitechnological systems in the design and development phase", Stefan Ebenhöch
  • "Analyse und Optimierung der Signalverarbeitung von Halbleiterstrahlungsdetektoren", Florian Rettenmeier
  • "Advanced Behavior Modeling of Integrated Circuits to Automotive Transient Disturbance Pulses Including Destruction Levels", Michael Ammer
  • "Pulsed High Current Characterization of Highly Integrated Circuits and Systems", Johannes Weber
  • "Multi-Objective Optimization based Development of Power Electronics for Automotive Applications", Jonas Stricker
  • "Voltage controlled osscillator design for RF-applications based on a 22nm FDSOI Technology", Piyush Kumar