Tim Schumacher, M. Sc.
He received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuernberg, Germany, in 2014 and 2017, respectively. His master thesis addressed the partial design of an integrated pipelined analog-to-digital converter. He joined the Institute for Integrated Circuits (IIC) at the Johannes Kepler University, Linz in 2017 as a research assistant and is working towards his Ph.D. degree in Electronics and Information Technology. His current research interests are focused on integrated ultra-low-power receivers.
Fields of Activity
Energy-efficient analog circuits
Receiver for Short-Range-Devices (SRD) applications
Interdisziplinärer Wissenstransfer in Electronic Based Systems (EBS) zur Stärkung der Akteure der Wertschöpfungskette
APMC 2019 Student Price for the presentation on “A 1.2-V Triple-Mode Low-Power Receiver Front-End for 900-MHz SRD-Band Applications” at the Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference (APMC) in Singapore; December 2019
Best Student Contribution Award sponsored by x.test GmbH at the 7th Workshop of the Radio Frequency Engineering Working Group of the Österreichischen Forschungsgemeinschaft. September 2019
Schumacher T., Faseth T., Pretl H.:
A 1.2-V Triple-Mode Low-Power Receiver Front-End for 900-MHz SRD-Band Applications: 2019 Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference Proceedings, 2019
Schumacher T., Pretl H.:
A 180-nm 1.2-V LO Divider with Quadrature Phase Generation for Low-Power 868–915MHz SRD-Band Applications: Austrochip 2018, 2018
Schumacher T., Stadelmayer M., Faseth T., Pretl H.:
A Review of Ultra-Low-Power and Low-Cost Transceiver Design: 2017 Austrochip Workshop on Microelectronics (Austrochip), Seite(n) 29-34, 2017
Pretl H., Faseth T., Schumacher T., Stadelmayer M., Sadjina S., Schmickl S., Hager E.:
From Microwatt to Gigabit: Challenges of Modern Radio Design, in Springer Vienna, in e&i Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik, Vol. 135, Nr. 1, Springer Verlag, Seite(n) 76-82, 2018