Elyse Rosenbaum

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Professor
407 Coordinated Science Lab MC 228
1308 W. Main St.
Urbana Illinois 61801
(217) 333-6754

Primary Research Area

  • Circuits
Elyse  Rosenbaum
Elyse Rosenbaum

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Education

Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, Dec. 1992

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Teaching Statement

My teaching interests are primarily in the areas of compact modeling, reliability physics and circuit design.

Graduate Research Opportunities

Research opportunities exist for students with interests in device physics, circuit design and electromagnetics. Students must have good communication skills and an electrical engineering background.

Research Interests

Compact modeling of ESD protection devices; Circuit-simulation of ESD events; Development of ESD test systems; Design of high-speed, self-protecting I/O circuits; Gate dielectric reliability; ESD protection for 3D ICs, Latch-up; Modeling of system-level ESD

Research Areas

  • Circuits
  • Device modeling
  • Digital integrated circuits
  • Integrated circuit reliability
  • Nanotechnology
  • Semiconductor electronic devices

Teaching Honors

  • Incomplete List of Teachers Rated as Excellent by Their Students, Fall 2010
  • Incomplete List of Teachers Rated as Excellent by Their Students, Spring 2010
  • Incomplete List of Teachers Rated as Excellent by Their Students, Spring 2006
  • Incomplete List of Teachers Rated as Excellent by Their Students, Spring 2004
  • Incomplete List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students, Spring 1998.
  • Incomplete List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students, Spring 1996.

Research Honors

  • IEEE Fellow for "contributions to electrostatic discharge reliability of integrated circuits," 2011
  • Best Student Paper Award, 2010 EOS/ESD Symp. (Co-author and research supervisor)
  • Best Poster Award, 2010 IEEE Int. Reliabillity Physics Symp. (Co-author)
  • Best Student Paper Award, 2009 EOS/ESD Symposium. (Co-author and research supervisor)
  • Best Student Paper Award, 2008 IEEE International Reliability Physics Symposium (Co-author and research supervisor)
  • 2006 IBM Faculty Award
  • 2005, Bliss Faculty Scholar Award, UIUC
  • Best Student Paper Award, 2003 EOS/ESD Symposium. (Co-author and research supervisor)
  • August 2003: First runner up, 2002 Motorola Wireless and Beyond Design Exposition.
  • 1996 NSF CAREER Award
  • 1991 Roger A. Haken Best Student Paper Award (Int'l Electron Devices Meeting)
  • 1991 Semiconductor Research Corporation Technical Excellence Award

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