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Faculty Director:

Prof. Brian Floyd

PhD Students:

Jeff

Jeffrey Bonner-Stewart received his B.S. degree from Duke University. His research focuses on widely tunable reflection-mode N-path filters.

Sandip

Sandeep Hari received his B.S. degree from National Inst. Techn. Karnataka, India. His research focuses on mmWave N-path and efficient clock generation.

Tiantong

Tiantong Ren received his B.S. degree in China and his M.S. degree from NC State. His research focuses on multi-band mmWave transmitters.

Jacob

Jacob Dean received his B.S. from Western Michigan Univ. His research focuses on wideband frequency-selective RF and mmWave receivers.

Yuan

Yuan Chang received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Bejing Univ. Posts and Telecomm. His research focuses on autonomous mmWave phased arrays.

Zhangjie

Zhangjie Hong received his B.S. degree from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. His research focuses on phased array built-in self-test and calibration.

Cody

Cody Ellington received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from NC State. As a class of 2019 NDSEG Fellow, his research focuses on widely tunable mmWave filters for high-throughput wireless communications.

Ian

Ian Glenn received his B.S. degree from NC State. His research interests include mmWave transceivers and phased arrays.

Bharadwaj

Bharadwaj Padmanabhan received his B.S. degree from SASTRA University in India. His research interests include RF through mmWave N-path systems.

Ashwini

Ashwini Pondeycherry Ganesh received her B.S. degree from Anna University in India. His research interests include mmWave communication systems.

Ajit

Ajit Attarde received his B.S. degree from Walchand College of Engineering in India. His research interests include RF power amplifiers and compact antenna systems.

Sriram

Sriram Bharadwajreceived his MS degree from UT Dallas and is currently employed by Qorvo, developing RF front end modules. His area of research is mmWave IC design.

MS Students:

Sakshi

Sakshi Agrawal received her B.S. degree from Birla Institute of Technology in India. Her research interests include mmWave phased arrays and their calibration.

Michael

Michael Stetzler received his B.S. degree from the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. He works full time at Analog Devices while pursuing his MS. His research interests include test and calibration of arrays.

iNCS2 Alumni:

Ph.D. Students:

  1. Zhengxin (Jason) Tong, Ph.D. 2015, now at ADI
  2. Anirban Sarkar, Ph.D. 2016, now at Samsung
  3. Kevin Greene, Ph.D. 2017, now at Anokiwave
  4. Yi-Shin (Daniel) Yeh, Ph.D. 2018, now at Sivers Semiconductor
  5. Weihu (Fred) Wang, Ph.D. 2018, now at Anokiwave
  6. Charley Wilson, Ph.D. 2019, now at Lumeova
  7. Vikas Chauhan, Ph.D. 2019, now at SpaceX

M.S. Students:

  1. Ashok Kumar Pusuluri, M.S. 2013, now at ADI
  2. Avinash Bhat, M.S. 2017, now at Intel
  3. Aparna P. Ramakrishnan, M.S. 2019, now at Itron
  4. Madhuja Ghosh, M.S. 2019, now at Silicon Labs
  5. Ayush Malhotra, M.S. 2020, now at Qorvo

B.S. Students:

  1. Alex Metzger, B.S. 2020

Visiting Scholars:

  1. Takeji Fujibayashi, visiting scholar from Asahi Kasei Microdevices, Japan, 2011-2014.
  2. Yohsuke Takeda, visiting scholar from Asahi Kasei Microdevices, Japan, 2011-2014.
  3. Prof. Dong Kam, visiting scholar from Ajou University, S. Korea, 2017-2020.
  4. Seulgi Yu, visiting Ph.D. student from Ajou University, S. Korea, 2018-2019.
  5. Simon Schönherr, visiting undergraduate student from Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), Germany, 2018.