In March 2010 he joined Infineon in Neubiberg, Germany. Afterwards he worked at IMEC, Belgium and at Intel Corporation, before he came back to Infineon in August 2015 as mm-wave Design Lead and Principal Engineer leading a research group working on pre-development of mm-wave radar and communication products. His work has been recognized by the IEEE MTT Outstanding Young Engineer Award. Since 2014 he was guest lecturer at the Ruhr-University Bochum and University of Erlangen, Germany. In September 2019 he joined the University of Magdeburg, Germany, as a full professor holding the Chair for Electronics. His research interests include mm-wave circuits, RF systems, mm-wave measurement techniques and RF-ESD. He authored and co-authored 88 papers in international journals and conference proceedings, 11 patent applications and published a book on mm-wave circuits for radar applications.
- analog Circuits
- Systems on Chip and Systems in Package
- radar and communication systems concept engineering
- biomedical circuits and systems
- RF-ESD co-design
- mm-Wave modeling and characterization techniques
- electromagnetic modeling of packaging transitions
- chip/package/PCB co-design and co-optimization
- Design of highly-integrated systems on chip and systems in package
- Radar systems
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