Research Interests: Sensor interface circuits, MEMS, signal processing, controls
Dr. Kline joined Chirp Microsystems in 2016. His research interests include sensor interface circuits, MEMS inertial sensors, signal processing, and controls. He previously worked on power electronics, specifically capacitive power transfer for contactless charging and LED lighting applications. He was an intern at National Instruments in Austin, Texas in 2007 and Intrinsity in Bee Cave, Texas in 2008.
He received his PhD and worked as a postdoctoral researcher at UC Berkeley until 2014, advised by Prof. Bernhard E. Boser. He received his BS from Texas A&M University in 2008 and his MS from the UC Berkeley in 2010. Mitchell was born in Temple, TX in 1986.