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Pantani Liu PANTANI LIU  


Chang-shun Liu was born in 1978, Taipei, Taiwan (R.O.C.). He got his BS and MS degrees both from National Taiwan University, Taiwan, in 2001 and 2003 respectively, in Electrical Engineering, with focus on CMOS Analog Circuit Design.

From 2003 to 2007, he was with Realtek Semiconductor Corp., Hsin-chu, Taiwan, investigating high resolution and wide bandwidth Sigma-delta A/D converters. From 2008 to 2011, he was with MediaTek Inc., Hsin-chu, Taiwan, where he worked on high performance and low-voltage continuous-time Sigma-delta A/D converters and dynamic element matching. Since fall 2011, he has been a PhD student of electrical and computer engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology, GA. He is currently a member of IMEMS Lab where he is working under supervision of Prof. Farrokh Ayazi. His research interests include high-performance analog and mixed-signal interfaces circuits for MEMS devices, and data converter system design.


BS in Electrical Engineering - National Taiwan University, Taiwan 2001

MS in Electrical Engineering - National Taiwan University, Taiwan 2003

Research Focus

Analog/Mixed-Signal CMOS Integrated Circuit Design
Interface IC Design for MEMS Sensors
Data Converter System Design

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