Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
T.S. Kalkur, Professor
EN Room 220
Areas of Interest:
Microelectronics circuit design, device physics, Ferroelectrics for tunable RF Circuit applications, Nano-crystalline memories, Polarization switching data converters, Deep Submicron Device and circuit modeling, MEMS based sensors and switches, radiation hardened circuit design.
Recent Ph.D. Students:
Dr. Jong Kim, “Circuit Design Techniques for High Speed Output Buffers”, Spring 2007
Dr. Asad Jamil, “Tunable high-K based Phase Locked Loops” Spring 2006
Dr. Ali Mahamud, “Active Phase Shifter using Tunable High-K”, Fall 2005
Dr. Shunming Sun, “Polarization Switching D/A converter”, 2004,
Employment: Black Forest
Dr. Younus Lotfi, “LC Tank Based VCOs”, 2004,
Employment: Vitesse Semiconductors,
“Micro Heater Array Development for NASA” with Professor Jungo Kim,
b) “Simulation of Quadfet with Silvaco tools” with Dr. Richard Mirin, NIST.
c) “Tunable High Dielectric constant based Phase Locked Loops”, NSF.