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About Branimir Pejcinovic

Professor Pejcinovic is a co-director of IC Design and Test Lab, a unique facility for digital, mixed-mode and high-frequency test and characterization of ICs. His research interests are in the areas of semiconductor device characterization, design and simulation (including SiGe BJTs, GaAs FETs, strained-SOI CMOS, low-bandgap FETs and avalanche photodetectors) as well as signal integrity. Most recently he helped establish a THz measurement facility at PSU and is pursuing research in THz applications, including a development of novel sensors that integrate THz and nano-material technologies, e.g. ZnO nanowires. He is also conducting research in engineering education at both undergraduate and graduate levels. He was a Technical Program Committee co-chair for two conferences: International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems (ICECS) 2002 and MELECON 2004, as well as a guest editor for special issues of Analog Integrated Circuits And Signal Processing journal and Telecommunication Systems Journal.

Positions

Present Professor, Portland State University Electrical & Computer Engineering
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Curriculum Vitae




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Education

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1990 Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Amherst ‐ Electrical Engineering
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Conference Publications (18)

Recent Works (1)

Journal Articles (7)