Group 2

Group 2 Chair: Craig Nelson
Senior Staff Scientist, NIST
Phase noise metrology and low noise circuit and system design

Michael Tobar
Professor, School of Physics, University of Western Australia

Bichoy Bahr
Research Scientist, Kilby Labs Dallas, Texas Instruments
CMOS-MEMS resonators and RBTs, phononic crystals, MEMS-based oscillators, crystal oscillators, CMOS L-C oscillators, injection locking, synchronization, fractional PLLs, and phase-domain modeling

Sarah Bedair     
US Army Research Labs 

Michael Driscoll    
Consultant

Serge Galliou    
Professor, FEMTO-ST CNRS Univ.Bourgogne Franche Comte / ENSMM Besancon France

Wan-Thai Hsu    
CTO, TXC Corporation

Xianhe Huang
Professor, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Crystal oscillator, Quartz crystal microbalance (QCM),Crystal filter, Crystal resonator

Olivier Llopis    
CNRS Research Director, LAAS
Microwave sources, Oscillators, Microwave optics, Microwave and millimeter wave generation with optics, Phase noise, Nonlinear noise, Noise metrology, Noise modelling, Optical fiber, Optical resonators, Superconductors, Cryoelectronics

Markus Lutz
Founder and Executive Vice President, SiTime Corporation

Ajay Poddar 
Chief Scientist, Synergy Microwave Corp.

Ulrich Rohde     
Professor, Brandenburgische Technische Universität, Cottbus, Germany

Enrico Rubiola    
Professor, CNRS FEMTO-ST Institute, Dept. Time & Frequency, Besancon, FRANCE
Oscillators, Phase noise, frequency stability, frequency synthesis, microwave photonics, precision electronics

Kia Hock Tan    
Associate Professor, Industrial Engineering, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia
Oscillator characterization

Michael Underhill
CEO, Underhill Research Limited
Frequency control, frequency synthesizers , low noise oscillator techniques, SDR, radar, phase noise, time jitter reduction, control theory, magnetic logic,  IC electronics, fundamental electromagnetics, antennas and propagation, near-field-energy-conversion, electromagnetic strings, pulsars, gravity, generation and detection of gravity waves, dark matter/energy, an electromagnetic theory of everything, continuous-red-shift and the age of the universe