Campus Box 7911
NC State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-7911
Dr. John M Wilson
Adjunct Assistant Professor
During his MS program, he worked in power electronics designing amplifiers for use in the line interactive measurement of single and three-phase induction motor impedance. As a student at North Carolina State University, he taught numerous circuits labs and courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. His Ph.D. focused on the design of rotating MEMS tunable capacitors with linear tuning, and the development of an integrated masking technique to enable low-loss metallized RF MEMS devices in a polysilicon only.
In 1996, he worked in the Networking Hardware Division of IBM designing analog circuits for use in ethernet transceivers. From 1997 to 1998 he consulted on the design of transceivers for capacitively coupled interconnect, and in 2000 he worked as part of a small start-up company designing analog circuits for a 5uW Radio Frequency Identification Tag.
Currently, he is a Research Assistant Professor at North Carolina State University leading a research effort on AC coupled Interconnect and 3D-ICs, while continuing his own work in the area of RF MEMS.
- 1993 - BS, Electrical Engineering, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
1995 - MS, Electrical Engineering, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
2003 - PhD, Electrical Engineering, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
| Primary Research Interests
- Electronic Circuits and Systems (Including Analog Circuits, Digital Circuits, VLSI)