PublicationsBelow follows a list of publications for which I am the first author. Hover over a publication to view its abstract.
- Load-dependent power transfer efficiency for on-chip coils (Journal, Springer—Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing, 2021)
- Maximal Q Factor for an On-Chip, Fuse-Based Trimmable Capacitor (Journal, MDPI—Electronics, 2019)
- Chip-Coil Design for Wireless Power Transfer in Power Semiconductor Modules (Conference, PRIME-LA, 2018)
- High-Temperature Characterisation and Analysis of Leakage-Current-Compensated, Low-Power Bandgap Temperature Sensors (Journal, Springer—Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing, 2017)
- Single Chip Wireless Condition Monitoring of Power Semiconductor Modules (Conference, NORCAS, 2015)
- Leakage Current Compensation for a 450 nW, High Temperature, Bandgap Temperature Sensor (Conference, NORCAS, 2015)
During 2014–2019, I did my Ph.D. at Luleå University of Technology. The goal of my project was to “improve the reliability in energy production plants”. My way to approach that goal was to design integrated circuit temperature sensors for monitoring of power transistors in order to predict when devices are about to fail. This way, failing devices can be replaced before they cause any damage or production outages.
During my Ph.D., I was working on low-power, high-temperature operation of silicon temperature sensor chips and wireless energy transfer to such chips which have tiny coils on them. This essentially means that I do research on integrated circuit design, semiconductor physics and on electromagnetics. To read more about my research, check out my doctoral thesis, my university page or see below for a list of my first-author publications.
Back in 2013 I did my master's thesis at Luleå University of Technology in collaboration with Svenska Kullagerfabriken AB. It is about how brain-like computing (read more about the algorithm that was used here) can be realized with an FPGA and be used in the field of condition monitoring of bearings.