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Behnam Behroozpour, Ph.D. 2016

Electrical Engineering
Advisor: Prof. Boser
(510) 642-6239
Research Interests: Integrated Circuits, RFICs, Data Converters, Optoelectronic Systems

BIOGRAPHY
Behnam is a Ph.D. candidate in Integrated Circuits area working in Prof. Boserís research group. He received his B.Sc. degree in Electronics from Sharif University of Technology in Iran and his M.Sc. degree in Microsystems & Microelectronics from University of Twente in Netherlands. His research interest includes optoelectronic systems and he is currently involved in developing laser detection and ranging (LADAR) devices for 3D imaging.

Frequency Modulated Laser Source for 3D Imaging [BPN665]
In recent years we have seen a growing demand for 3D cameras for applications such as gaming, entertainment, and autonomous vehicles. Present solutions suffer from high power dissipation and large size. This project leverages heterogeneous integration of standard CMOS electronics with high performance optical components including lasers, photo-diodes, interferometers and waveguides to reduce size, cost, and power dissipation.


Current Active Projects:
BPN665
BPN721
 

     Last Updated: Thu 2015-May-07 00:47:03

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