Prof. Dr.

Jens Anders

Institute Director
Institute of Smart Sensors

Contact

+49 711 685 67250
+49 711 685 67222

Pfaffenwaldring 47
70569 Stuttgart
Deutschland
Room: 3.114

Office Hours

By appointment

Please contact Bärbel Groß

Journals, conferences, and books:
  1. 2018

    1. D. Djekic, G. Fantner, K. Lips, M. Ortmanns, and J. Anders, “A 0.1% THD, 1-MΩ to 1-GΩ Tunable, Temperature-Compensated Transimpedance Amplifier Using a Multi-Element Pseudo-Resistor,” IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, 2018.
    2. J. Schmidt et al., “Proof of concept for an optogalvanic gas sensor for NO based on Rydberg excitations,” Applied Physics Letters, 2018.
    3. M. Rajabzadeh, D. Djekic, M. Häberle, J. Becker, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Comparison Study of Integrated Potentiostats: Resistive-TIA, Capacitive-TIA, CT Σ∆ Modulator,” in IEEE International Symposium on Circuits & Systems (ISCAS), Florence, Italy, 2018.
    4. D. Djekic, K. Lips, J. Behrends, G. Fantner, M. Ortmanns, and J. Anders, “Ein Multielement-Pseudowiderstand im Rückkoppelpfad eines Transimpedanzverstärkers für hochsensitive Strommessungen,” in Workshop Analogschaltungen, University of Freiburg, Germany, 2018.
    5. M. Häberle, D. Djekic, G. Fantner, K. Lips, M. Ortmanns, and J. Anders, “An integrator-differentiator TIA using a multi-element pseudo-resistor in its DC servo loop for enhanced noise performance,” in 44th European Solid State Circuits Conference (ESSCIRC), Dresden, Germany, 2018.
  2. 2017

    1. J. Chi, J. Wagner, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Digital Interferer Suppression and Jitter Reduction in Continuous-Time Bandpass Sigma Delta Modulators,” IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS 2017), Baltimore, USA, May 2017.
    2. D. Djekic, G. Fantner, J. Behrends, K. Lips, M. Ortmanns, and J. Anders, “A Transimpedance Amplifier Using a Widely Tunable PVT-Independent Pseudo-Resistor for High-Performance Current Sensing Applications,” in 43rd European Solid State Circuits Conference (ESSCIRC), Leuven, Belgium, 2017.
    3. M. Haas, B. Schweizer, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “A miniaturized UWB antenna for implantable data telemetry,” International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine an Biology Society (EMBC) 2017, JeJu, Korea, Jul. 2017.
    4. M. Eschelbach et al., “Comparison of Prospective Motion Correction with 19F NMR Field Probes and an Optical Camera,” 25th Annual Meeting and Exhibition of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM 2017), Honolulu, HI, USA, 2017.
    5. D. Djekic, K. Lips, J. Behrends, G. Fantner, M. Ortmanns, and J. Anders, “Linearisierter, Temperatur- und Prozess-unabhängiger Transimpedanzverstärker für hochsensitive Stromausleseschaltungen,” in Kleinheubacher Tagung, Miltenberg, Germany, 2017.
    6. A. Al Marashli, J. Anders, J. Becker, and M. Ortmanns, “A 107 dB SFDR, 80 kS/s Nyquist-rate SAR ADC using a hybrid capacitive and incremental Σ∆ DAC,” 2017 Symposium on VLSI Circuits (VLSI Circuits), Kyoto, Japan, Jun. 2017.
    7. A. V. Matheoud et al., “Single-chip electron spin resonance detectors operating at 50 GHz, 92 GHz, and 146 GHz,” Journal of Magnetic Resonance 278, 113-121, 2017.
    8. J. Handwerker, M. Perez-Rodas, M. Ortmanns, K. Scheffler, and J. Anders, “Towards CMOS-based In-vivo NMR Spectroscopy and Microscopy,” IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS 2017), Baltimore, USA, May 2017.
    9. J. Anders et al., “Energy-based modeling of CMOS voltage-controlled oscillators for continuous-wave- and rapid scan ESR experiments,” 59th Rocky Mountain Conference on Magnetic Resonance, Quebec, Canada, Jul. 2017.
  3. 2016

    1. J. Wagner, S. Reich, R. Ritter, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Finite GBW in Single OpAmp CT Σ∆ Modulators,” 23rd IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems (ICECS), Monaco, Dec. 2016.
    2. P. Vogelmann, M. Haas, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Design eines Sample-and-Hold Verstärkers für einen 16-Bit SD-Modulator in 180nm CMOS,” Analogworkshop 2016, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Mar. 2016.
    3. M. Haas, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “A bidirectional neural interface featuring a tunable recorder and electrode impedance estimation,” IEEE/CAS-EMB Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference (BioCAS) 2016, Shanghai, China, Oct. 2016.
    4. J. Anders et al., “Using CMOS voltage-controlled oscillators for ultra-fast rapid scan ESR experiments,” 58th Rocky Mountain Conference on Magnetic Resonance, Breckenridge, USA, Jul. 2016.
    5. M. Haas, U. Bihr, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “A Bidirectional Neural Interface IC with High Voltage Compliance and Spectral Separation,” IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS 2016), Montréal, Québec, Canada, May 2016.
    6. D. Djekic, M. Ortmanns, G. Fantner, and J. Anders, “Linearisierte Pseudo-Widerstände mit hoher Robustheit für die Raster-Ionenstrommikroskopie,” in Analogworkshop 2016, Leibniz Universität Hannover, 2016.
    7. A. Al Marashli, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “A Hybrid Comparator for High Resolution SAR ADC,” IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS 2016), Montréal, Québec, Canada, May 2016.
    8. A. Elkafrawy, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Design and validation of a 10-bit current mode SAR ADC with 58.4 dB SFDR at 50 MS/s in 90 nm CMOS 89: 283. doi:10.1007/s10470-016-0788-z,” Analog Integr Circ Sig Process (2016), Jul. 2016.
    9. D. Djekic, M. Ortmanns, G. Fantner, and J. Anders, “A Tunable, Robust Pseudo-Resistor with Enhanced Linearity for Scanning Ion-Conductance Microscopy,” in IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS 2016), Montréal, Québec, Canada, 2016.
    10. J. Anders, J. Handwerker, M. Ortmanns, and G. Boero, “A low-power high-sensitivity single-chip receiver for NMR microscopy,” Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 2016.
    11. D. Djekic, M. Häberle, M. Ortmanns, K. Lips, J. Behrends, and J. Anders, “Hochohmige, robuste Pseudo-Widerstände mit verbesserter Linearität für die elektrisch detektierte Magnetresonanz,” in Kleinheubacher Tagung, Miltenberg, Germany, 2016.
    12. J. Becker, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “A Continuous-Time Field Programmable Analog Array with 1 GHz GBW,” 23rd IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems (ICECS), Monaco, Dec. 2016.
    13. J. Handwerker, B. Schlecker, U. Wachter, P. Radermacher, M. Ortmanns, and J. Anders, “A 14 GHz, battery operated, point-of-care ESR spectrometer based on a 130 nm CMOS ASIC,” Solid-State Circuits Conference Digest of Technical Papers (ISSCC), 2016 IEEE International, Jan. 2016.
  4. 2015

    1. A. Elkafrawy, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “A 10-bit Reference Free Current Mode SAR ADC with 58.4 dB SFDR at 50 MS/s in 90 nm CMOS,” IEEE Nordic Circuits and Systems Conference (NORCAS), Oslo, Norway, Oct. 2015.
    2. M. Eschelbach, Y. C. Chang, J. Handwerker, J. Anders, A. Henning, and K. Scheffler, “Tracking Motion and Resulting Field Fluctuations Using 19F NMR Field Probes,” 23rd Annual Meeting and Exhibition of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM 2015), Toronto, Canada, 2015.
    3. S. Fahmy, M. Dietl, P. Sareen, M. Ortmanns, and J. Anders, “A BW-tracking semi-digital PLL with near-optimal VCO phase noise shaping in low-cost 0.4 µm CMOS achieving 700 fs rms phase jitter,” IEEE Nordic Circuits and Systems Conference (NORCAS) 2015, Oslo, Norway, Oct. 2015.
    4. M. Lorenz, R. Ritter, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Estimation of Non-Idealities in Sigma-Delta Modulators for Test and Correction Using Unscented Kalman Filters,” Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, IEEE Transactions on, Mar. 2015.
    5. C. Chu, J. Anders, J. Becker, and M. Ortmanns, “Finite GBW Compensation Technique for CT Delta-Sigma Modulators with Differentiator Based ELD Compensation,” IEEE NEWCAS 2015, Grenoble, France, Jun. 2015.
    6. A. Elkafrawy, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “A 10-bit 150 MS/s Current Mode SAR ADC in 90 nm CMOS,” 11th IEEE Conference on PhD Research in Microelectronics and Electronics (IEEE PRIME 2015), Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, Jun. 2015.
    7. A. Elkafrawy, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Design and Validation of a Current Mode Based SAR ADC in 90 nm CMOS,” Kleinheubacher Tagung, Miltenberg, Germany, Sep. 2015.
    8. A. Al Marashli, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Design study on a SAR ADC using an incremental sigma-delta-DAC,” 11th Conference on PhD Research in Microelectronics and Electronics (IEEE PRIME 2015), Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, Jun. 2015.
    9. T. Liu, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “A Bidirectional Optical Transcutaneous Telemetric Link for Brain Machine Interface,” Electronic letters, Sep. 2015.
  5. 2014

    1. A. Al Marashli, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Ein SAR A/D Umsetzer mit neuartigem Rückkopplungs-D/A Umsetzer für hohe Auflösungen,” Kleinheubacher Tagung, Miltenberg, Germany, Sep. 2014.
    2. T. Liu, U. Bihr, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Performance Evaluation of a Low Power  Optical Wireless Link for Biomedical Data Transfer,” IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS),  Melbourne, Australia, Jun. 2014.
    3. M. Lorenz, T. Brückner, R. Ritter, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “A Square Root Unscented Kalman Filter for Estimating DAC and Loopfilter  Nonidealities in Continuous-Time Sigma-Delta Modulators,” IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), Melbourne, Australia, Jun. 2014.
    4. U. Bihr et al., “A Neural Recorder IC with  HV Input Multiplexer for Voltage and Current Stimulation with 18V Compliance,” IEEE ESSCIRC 2014, Venedig, Italien, Sep. 2014.
    5. C. Chu et al., “A 1.92-GS/s CT ΔΣ modulator with 70-db DR and 78-db SFDR in 15-MHz bandwidth,” IEEE NEWCAS 2014, Trois-Rivières, Kanada, Jun. 2014.
    6. B. Schlecker, M. Dukic, B. Erickson, M. Ortmanns, G. Fantner, and J. Anders, “Single-Cycle-PLL Detection for Real-Time FM-AFM Applications,” Biomedical Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions on, Vol. PP, no. 99, Apr. 2014.
    7. G. Gualco, J. Anders, S. Alberti, A. Sienkiewicz, L. Forro, and G. Boero, “Cryogenic single-chip electron spin resonance detector,” Journal of Magnetic Resonance 247, 96-103, Oct. 2014.
    8. A. Elkafrawy, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “A High Resolution Transimpedance Amplifier for Use in a 10-bit 200 MS/s Current Mode SAR ADC,” 57th IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems (MWSCAS), College Station, Texas, USA, Aug. 2014.
    9. J. Handwerker, A. Hoffmann, M. Eschelbach, K. Scheffler, M. Ortmanns, and J. Anders, “A distributed active NMR sensor array for artifact correction in ultra high field MRI applications,” 48th annual conference of the German Society for Biomedical Engineering, Hannover, Germany, Oct. 2014.
    10. T. Liu, U. Bihr, J. Becker, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “In Vivo Verification of a 100 Mbps Transcutaneous Optical Telemetric Link,” IEEE/CAS-EMB Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference 2014, Lausanne, Switzerland, Oct. 2014.
    11. T. Brückner, C. Zorn, J. Anders, J. Becker, W. Mathis, and M. Ortmanns, “A GPU-Accelerated Web-Based Synthesis Tool for CT Sigma-Delta Modulators,” Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, IEEE Transactions on, vol.61, no.5, pp.1429,1441, May 2014.
    12. A. Elkafrawy, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “A High Speed Current Steering DAC Based Current Mode SAR ADC,” Analog Circuits Workshop, Vienna, Austria, Feb. 2014.
    13. A. Elkafrawy, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Design of a High Resolution Transimpedance Amplifier for a High Speed Current Mode SAR ADC,” Kleinheubacher Tagung, Miltenberg, Germany, Sep. 2014.
    14. U. Bihr, M. Haas, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Comparison of Different Compression Schemes for Neural Spike Signals,” BMT 2014, Hannover, Germany, Oct. 2014.
    15. A. Al Marashli, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Employing Incremental Sigma Delta DACs for High Resolution SAR ADC,” 21st IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems  (ICECS), Marseille, France, Dec. 2014.
    16. T. Liu, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Design of an Optical Transcutaneous Forward Data Telemetry  for Brain Machine Interface,” 48th annual conference of the German Society for Biomedical Engineering, Hannover, Germany, Oct. 2014.
    17. H. Xu, M. Lorenz, U. Bihr, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Wide-Band Efficiency-Enhanced CMOS Rectifier,” IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), Melbourne, Australia, Jun. 2014.
    18. U. Bihr, H. Xu, C. Bulach, M. Lorenz, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Real-Time Data Compression of  Neural Spikes,” IEEE NEWCAS 2014, Trois-Rivières, Kanada, Jun. 2014.
    19. T. Liu, Z. Cai, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “A Bootstrap Transimpedance Amplifier for  High Speed Optical Transcutaneous Wireless Links,” 10th Conference on Ph.D. Research in Microelectronices and Electronices, Grenoble, France, Jul. 2014.
  6. 2013

    1. J. Handwerker et al., “An Active TX/RX NMR Probe for Real-Time Monitoring of MRI Field Imperfections,” IEEE Biomediocal Circuits and Systems Conference (BiOCAS) 2013, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Oct. 2013.
    2. B. Schlecker, G. Fantner, M. Ortmanns, and J. Anders, “Novel Electronics for High-speed FM AFM in Life Science Applications,” 21st European Conference on Circuit Theory and Design (ECCTD), Dresden, Germany, Sep. 2013.
    3. M. Lorenz, T. Brückner, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “An Advanced Unscented Kalman Filter Algorithm for Parameter Estimation in Continuous-Time Sigma-Delta Modulators,” 20th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems (ICECS), Abu Dhabi, UAE, Dec. 2013.
    4. J. Handwerker, V. Bonehi, M. Eschelbach, K. Scheffler, M. Ortmanns, and J. Anders, “An active transmit/receive NMR magnetometer for field monitoring in ultra high field MRI scanners,” BMT 2013, Graz, Austria, Sep. 2013.
    5. C. Chu, T. Brückner, J. G. Kauffman, J. Anders, J. Becker, and M. Ortmanns, “Analysis and Design of High Speed/High Linearity CT Delta Sigma Modulators,” IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), Beijing, China, May 2013.
    6. T. Liu, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Design Optimization of the Optical Receiver in Transcutaneous Telemetric Links,” IEEE Biomediocal Circuits and Systems Conference (BiOCAS) 2013, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Oct. 2013.
    7. A. Elkafrawy, J. Anders, T. Brückner, and M. Ortmanns, “Design of a Current Steering DAC for a High Speed Current Mode SAR ADC,” 20th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems  (ICECS), Abu Dhabi, UAE, Dec. 2013.
    8. J. Anders and M. Ortmanns, “Frequency noise of CMOS LC tank oscillators operating in weak inversion,” 21st European Conference on Circuit Theory and Design (ECCTD), Dresden, Germany, Sep. 2013.
    9. J. Anders, G. Boero, J. Handwerker, and M. Ortmanns, “A fully-integrated detector for NMR microscopy in 0.13 µm CMOS,” IEEE Asian Solid-State Circuits Conference (A-SSCC) 2013, Singapore, Nov. 2013.
    10. B. Schlecker, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “PLL-basierte Demodulation von FM Signalen für frequenzmodulierte Hochgeschwindigkeitsrasterkraftmikroskopie,” 15. Workshop Analogschaltungen 2013, Reutlingen, Germany, Feb. 2013.
    11. B. Schlecker, M. Ortmanns, and J. Anders, “Treiberelektronik zur Anwendung in frequenzmodulierter Rasterkaftmikroskopie,” Kleinheubacher Tagung, Miltenberg, Germany, Sep. 2013.
    12. U. Bihr, T. Ungru, H. Xu, J. Anders, J. Becker, and M. Ortmanns, “A Bidirectional Neural Interface with a HV Stimulator and a LV Neural Amplifier,” IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), Beijing, China, May 2013.
    13. T. Liu, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “System Level Model for Transcutaneous Optical Telemetric Link,” IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), Beijing, China, May 2013.
    14. G. Boero, G. Gualco, R. Lisowski, J. Anders, D. Suter, and J. Brugger, “Room temperature strong coupling between a microwave oscillator and an ensemble of electron spins,” Journal of Magnetic Resonance Vol. 231: 133-140, Jun. 2013.
    15. T. Brückner et al., “Discrete-Time Simulation of Continuous-Time ΣΔ Modulators With Arbitrary Input Signals,” 20th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems (ICECS), Abu Dhabi, UAE, Dec. 2013.
    16. A. Elkafrawy, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “An Approach to High Speed SAR ADCs,” Kleinheubacher Tagung, Miltenberg, Germany, Sep. 2013.
    17. U. Bihr, J. Anders, J. Becker, and M. Ortmanns, “A high-voltage neural stimulator combined with a low voltage recorder,” BMT 2013, Graz, Austria, Sep. 2013.
  7. 2012

    1. J. G. Kauffman, V. Rieger, R. Ritter, J. Anders, and M. Ortmanns, “Design of a 5bit 1GSps VCO Quantizer for a CT Delta Sigma Modulator,” Conference on Ph.D. Research in Microelectronics & Electronics (PRIME), Aachen, Germany, Jun. 2012.
    2. J. Anders, M. Ortmanns, J. Brugger, and G. Boero, “Fully-integrated CMOS arrays for NMR microscopy,” Workshop “‘Innovative Verarbeitung bioelektrischer und biomagnetischer Signale’” - BBS2012, Berlin, Germany, 2012.
    3. J. Anders, M. Ortmanns, K. Scheffler, and G. Beoro, “Active Integrated Tracking Detectors for MRI-Guided,” Interventions, BMT 2012, Jena, Germany, 2012.
    4. J. Anders, M. Ortmanns, and G. Boero, “Noise in Frequency-Sensitive ESR Detectors,” MATHMOD, Vienna, Austria, 2012.
    5. J. Anders, A. Angerhofer, and G. Boero, “A single-chip CMOS detector for K-band ESR spectroscopy,” JMR, 2012.
    6. J. Handwerker, M. Ortmanns, and J. Anders, “Multiplexingstrategien für vollintegrierte CMOS NMR Empänger für die NMR Mikroskopie,” Kleinheubacher Tagung, Miltenberg, Germany, Sep. 2012.
    7. B. Schlecker, M. Ortmanns, and J. Anders, “Hochgeschwindigkeitsdetektoren für frequenzmodulierte Rasterkraftmikroskopie,” Kleinheubacher Tagung, Miltenberg, Germany, Sep. 2012.
    8. J. Anders, P. SanGiorgio, X. Delgianni, F. Santini, K. Scheffler, and G. Boero, “Integrated active tracking detector for MRI-guided interventions,” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 67(1), p.290-296, 2012.
    9. J. Anders, M. Ortmanns, and G. Boero, “Frequency noise in current-starved CMOS LC tank oscillators,” In: Nonlinear Dynamics of Electronic Systems, Proceedings of NDES 2012  (2012), S. 1-4, 2012.
  8. 2011

    1. V. Badilita et al., “3D solenoidal microcoil arrays with CMOS integrated amplifiers for parallel MR imaging and spectroscopy,” Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS), 2011 IEEE 24th International Conference, pp.809-812, Jan. 2011.
    2. J. Anders, P. SanGiorgio, and G. Boero, “A fully integrated IQreceiver for NMR microscopy,” Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 209(1), p. 1-7, 2011.
  9. 2010

    1. J. Anders, P. SanGiorgio, G. Boero, X. Deligianni, S. Patil, and K. Scheffler, “An Integrated CMOS Detector for MR Image Guided Interventions,” Int. Soc. Magn. Reson. Medicine (ISMRM) Meeting, Stockholm , Sweden, May 2010.
    2. J. Anders, P. SanGiorgio, and G. Boero, “A quadrature receiver for µNMR applications in 0.13µm CMOS,” ESSCIRC, 2010 Proceedings, pp.394-397, Sep. 2010.
  10. 2009

    1. S. Patil, J. Anders, R. Umathum, R. Bock, G. Boero, and K. Scheffler, “The interventional device tracking using miniaturized micro coils,” Int. Soc. Magn. Reson. Medicine (ISMRM) Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, Apr. 2009.
    2. J. Lee, S. Park, J. Kang, J. Seo, J. Anders, and M. Flynn, “A 2.5 mW 80 dB DR 36 dB SNDR 22 MS/s Logarithmic Pipeline ADC,” IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, 44(10), p. 2755-2765, 2009.
    3. J. Anders, P. SanGiorgio, and G. Boero, “An Integrated CMOS Receiver Chip for NMR-Applications,” Proceedings of the IEEE 2009 Custom Integrated Circuits Conference, p. 471-474, 2009.
    4. J. Anders, S. Reymond, and G. Boero, “A Low-Noise CMOS Receiver Frontend for NMR-based Surgical Guidance,” 13th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering, Vols 1-3, 23(1-3) p. 89-93, 2009.
    5. J. Anders, G. Chiaramonte, P. SanGiorgio, and G. Boero, “A singlechip array of NMR receivers,” Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 201(2), p. 239-249, 2009.
    6. J. Anders, J. K. Bremer, and W. Mathis, “Mixed-Logic Dynamical System Modeling of Sigma Delta-Modulators and its Application to Stability Analysis,” IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (Iscas), Vols 1-5, p. 3122-3125, 2009.
  11. 2008

    1. J. Anders and G. Boero, “A Low-Noise CMOS Receiver Frontend for MRI,” IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference - Intelligent Biomedical Systems (Biocas), p. 165-168, 2008.
    2. J. Anders, J. Dragon, and W. Mathis, “Untersuchung des Einflusses des Ozillatorrauschens auf das Signal-Rauschverhältnis am Mischerausgang,” Kleinheubacher Tagung, 2008.
    3. J. Anders, W. Mathis, and M. Ortmanns, “A New Optimization Approach for the Automatic Design of Sigma-Delta-Modulators,” IEEE Int. Symp. on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), Seattle, USA, 2008.
  12. 2007

    1. J. Anders, S. Krishnan, and G. Gronthoud, “Re-configuration of sub-blocks for effective application of time domain tests,” Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition, Vols 1-3, p. 707-712, 2007.
    2. J. W. Lee, S. Park, J. Kang, J. Seo, J. Anders, and M. Flynn, “A 2.5mW 80dB DR 36dB SNDR 22MS/s logarithmic pipeline ADC,” Symposium on VLSI Circuits, Digest of Technical Papers, p. 194-195, 2007.
    3. J. Anders, W. Mathis, and M. Ortmanns, “Entwurf von zeitkontinuierlichen Sigma-Delta Modulatoren - Äquivalenz zwischen zeitkontinuierlichen und zeitdiskreten Systemen,” Advances in Radio Science 5, pp. 221-224, 2007.
    4. J. Anders and W. Mathis, “On the modeling and the stability of continuous-time Sigma Delta-modulators,” IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Vols 1-11, p. 9-12, 2007.
  13. 2006

    1. J. Anders and W. Mathis, “Noise Analysis Of Phase Locked Loops Using Stochastic Differential Equations,” MATHMOD, Vienna, 2006.
    2. J. Anders, W. Mathis, and M. Ortmanns, “Direkter Entwurf von zeitkontinuierlichen Sigma-Delta-Modulatoren - Optimale Rauschformung und erweiterte Stabilitätsbetrachtungen,” Kleinheubacher Tagung, 2006.

Jens Anders received the master’s degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, in 2005, the Dipl.-Ing. degree from the Leibniz University of Hannover in 2007, and the Ph.D. degree from the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne in 2011.

From 2013 to 2017, he was an Assistant Professor of biomedical integrated sensors with the Institute of Microelectronics at the University of Ulm. Dr. Anders is currently a Full Professor and the Director of the Institute of Smart Sensors at the University of Stuttgart. He has authored or co-authored several books and book chapters as well as approximately 100 journal and conference papers.

His current research interests include multiphysics problems and circuit design for sensing applications, including materials science as well as biomedical and quantum sensing.

He is a fellow of the Center for Integrated Quantum Science and Technology (IQST, https://www.iqst.org).

Dr. Anders served/is serving as a Program Committee Member of the IEEE Sensors, ESSDERC and ESSCIRC conferences. He received the 2003 President’s Award of the Leibniz University of Hannover, the 2006 Best Thesis Award of the VDE Chapter Hannover, the E.ON Future Award 2007, the VDE ITG ISS Study Award 2008, the VDE ITG Outstanding Publication Award 2012, the ICBME 2008 Outstanding Paper Award, and the IEEE Sensors 2017 Best Live Demo Award.

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