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Izv. prof. dr. sc. Dražen Jurišić
Systems for Analog and Mixed Signal Processing in Integrated Technology
In spite of the prevailing trend of all digital systems and many undoubted advantages of using digital systems instead of analog, hardware which communicates the real outside world remains exclusively analog. This analog part, which is a part of the overall mixed system, containing both analog and digital parts, has common name “analog-front end” (AFE). Electronic circuits contained in AFE will, therefore, remain an important part of most integrated systems. However, they present one of the bottlenecks in high performance design such as low power consumption, small chip area, low noise, low signal distortion, etc. Because analog circuits possess important inherent advantages in some cases, we expect further improvements in theirs design. Because of that reason, research of new and better analog electrical circuits (in IC design) will play an important role in the future. New and advanced systems on chip will continue to appear. One of the types of analog circuits that have been traditionally late in the development is that of electrical filters. In this paper we present several new ideas in developing analog filters.
Dražen Jurišić is associate professor of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the University of Zagreb in Croatia where he received his B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering in 1990, 1995 and 2002, respectively. In 2005 he was elected as assistant professor and in 2011 as associate professor. He is involved in teaching lectures in undergraduate course on ’Electrical circuits’, and in graduate course on ’Analog and mixed signal processing’. Present interests include analog and digital signal processing and filter design. From 1997 until 1999 he was with Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zürich, Switzerland, as holder of Swiss Federal Scholarship for Foreign Students doing Ph.D. research in the field of analog active-RC filters. He was rewarded with the silver plaque ’Josip Loncar’ for his Ph.D. thesis. Since November 2008 he is visiting Bar-Ilan University, Israel and till now he spent 16 months there as a researcher. He is a member of KoREMA and IEEE-CAS society.
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