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I studied communiation technology at the University of Applied Sciences Ulm and received my B.Eng. degree in 2016. In 2018 i received my M.Sc. degree from the University of Ulm. My thesis “Signal- und Taktrekonstruktion für ein subretinales Implantat” (Signal- and clock recovery for a retinal implant) was supervised by Professor Rothermel from the Institute of Microelectronics at the University of Ulm.
I have been working as a research assistant for Professor Rothermel since September 2018. My current research interests are analog, digital and signal processing circuits for a subretinal stimulator.
S. Moll, H. Schütz, R. Steinhoff: In this project we develop CMOS circuits optimized for the usage in medical implants. The emphasis is on low-power, optimized silicon area, and optimized performance ... [more]
[rp] = Bachelor theses, [mt] = Master theses