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Dr. Sungyong Jung
Ph.D. Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002
M.S. Yeungnam University, 1993
B.S. Yeungnam University, 1991
Areas of Expertise
Analog and mixed signal Integrated Circuit (IC) design, opto-electronic (OE) IC design, RF IC design, IC design for ultra-wide bandwidth (UWB) wireless communications, systems-on-a chip (SOC) implementation, optical system simulation and implementation, modeling of high speed circuit parasitic, and digital signal processing.
Sungyong Jung received his Ph.D in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. His doctoral research focused on CMOS optical transceiver circuit design including circuit parasitic effects and analysis. He also worked on optimization of optical interconnect system and mixed signal circuit design during his Ph.D program. Much of the research he has performed during his graduate pertains to the design, simulation, test, and verification of sub-micron CMOS analog and mixed-signal circuits. Before he joined UTA, he was an advance circuit engineer in Quellan Inc. located in Atlanta, GA developing transceivers for high-speed optical communication systems to improve spectral efficiency. GaAs hetero-junction bipolar transistor (HBT) was used to design optical transceiver circuitry.
Dr. Jung joined the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington in 2002 as an Assistant Professor. His research interests centers on analog and mixed signal circuit design, IC design for the optical and the wireless communication, systems-on-a chip implementation, UWB transceiver design, modeling of high speed circuit parasitic, digital signal processing. He has published more than 20 journal and conference papers, and has 2 U.S. patent pending.