Ph.D. (Electrical Engineering), Stanford University, January 1986
M.S. (Electrical Engineering), Stanford University, June 1981
B.S. (Electrical Engineering), Stanford University, June 1979
I have research in the areas of test of analog and mixed signal circuits, design of on-chip wireless systems, and IC interconnect and package characterization. My recent work combines electronic design, packaging, and embedded software design for wireless sensor systems in collaboration with leading researchers in entomology (mosquitos, flies, etc.), power systems, and biomedicine. Current designs and prototypes include microclimate weather stations and wireless temperature sensors for blood monitoring. I am also developing workshops for training industry engineers IC test of analog devices.