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- RFIC design
- Phase-locked loop
- Electron spin resonance
- PCB design
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
Anh Chu was born in 1988 in Vietnam. He got his B.E degree in 2011 in Electrical Engineering from Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST), Vietnam. From 2011 to 2013, he worked as an electronic engineer at the Institute of Materials Science, Vietnam. In 2015, he got his M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from Lund University, Sweden. His master thesis concerned the design of noise-cancelling LNA and harmonic-rejection mixer for wideband direct-conversion receivers. From July 2015 to October 2017, he was with Institute of Microelectronics, University of Ulm, Germany to pursue his PhD in the field of IC-based LC oscillators for electron spin detection. Since November 2017, he has been with the Institute of Smart Sensors, University of Stuttgart to continue his PhD project. His main research interests include RF design, phase-locked loop and magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
Outside work time, Anh Chu enjoys spending time with family, doing sports and reading.