Dr. Sungyong Jung
Ph.D. Georgia Institute of Technology
He 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 program pertains to the design, simulation, test, and verification of sub-micron CMOS analog and mixed-signal circuits. He spent two years in Quellan Inc. located in Atlanta, GA as an advance circuit engineer developing optical transceiver including encoder, decoder, and equalization filter for high-speed optical communication systems to improve spectral efficiency. GaAs hetero-junction bipolar transistor (HBT) was used to design optical transceiver circuitry. He is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX.
His research interests centers on 1) analog and mixed signal circuit design for biosensing applications, 2) ultra-wide bandwidth (UWB) wireless circuits and systems, 3) integrated circuits and systems for optical communications, and 4) digital signal processing. He has published more than 50 papers in journals and conferences. At UTA, he has established analog and mixed signal integrated circuit (AMIC) design laboratory.
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