Research Interests: Microelectromechanical (MEMS) Circuits and Systems;
MEMS Applications in Communicaiton (Particularly Wireless);
Analog, Digital, and Mixed-signal Integrated CircuitsJob Interests: Academic,
Received his BS and MS in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with high-honors in 2008 and 2011, respectively, from University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran.
He is currently in his second year pursuing a PhD from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley, working with Professor Clark Nguyen.
His current research interests are micromechanical filter design for RF channel selection and fabrication of MEMS devices, and in the long term to realize a fully micromechanical RF transceiver. He is expected to graduate in 2016.
Bridged Micromechanical Filters [BPN701]
The overall project aims to explore the use of bridging between non-adjacent resonators to generate
loss poles in the filter response toward better filter shape factor, sharper passband-to-stopband
roll-off and better stopband rejection.