Microelectronics Research Examples and Outcomes

Date(s):

Location:
Jacobs Hall, Room 2504, Jacobs School of Engineering, 9500 Gilman Dr, La Jolla, San Diego, California 92093

Sponsored By:
Professor Gabriel Rebeiz

Speaker(s):
Yasar Gurbuz
Sabanci University
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Abstract:

In this talk, I will talk on recent project outcomes of my research group, Sabanci University -Microelectronics Research Group. The project results will include a hand-held biomedical device module that is capable of detection and quantification of cancer and cardiovascular disease markers from human blood samples for point-of-care applications, SiGe-based Multi-Quantum Well Bolometer Array Structures with highest temperature coefficient of resistance (TCR-%5.5), along with the new generation Digital Readout Integrated Circuits-DROICs, for low-cost IR camera applications, and highly efficient nano-Metal-Insulator-Metal (MIM) Photovoltaic diode arrays (%32) for visible and near-IR applications. The talk will also include some research examples/results of SiGe BiCMOS-technology based RF Front-End Circuits and Systems, including 6-bit resolution X-Band (8-12 GHz) Transceiver, 5G (28 GHz) Full-Dublex Transceiver, and W- and D-Band (94 and 140 GHz) Receivers for Dicke Radiometer applications with less than 0.5 K NETD.


Speaker Bio:
Dr. Gurbuz joined Sabanci University- Microelectronics Engineering Program as a faculty member in 2000 and become a full professor in 2009. Since 2000, he has supervised 26 MSc., 14 PhD and more than 80 undergraduate senior graduation thesis works. At Sabanci University, he has directed 27-externally funded/sponsored research projects from inter/national companies and research funding agencies in Europe, USA, and Turkey, and published more than 60 journals, 80 conference proceedings and 9 international patents/applications in his area of expertise, including RF Integrated Circuits/Systems, Analog and Mixed-Signal Integrated Circuits, RFMEMS, Sensors/Detectors and Actuators, Nanoelectronics/Devices. (http://sumer.sabanciuniv.edu)

Contact:
Travis Spackman
Tel: (858) 822-4697
email: tspackman@ucsd.edu