Jeremy Muldavin named Outstanding Young Engineer

Photo of Jeremy MuldavinDr. Jeremy B. Muldavin, assistant leader of the Advanced Silicon Technology Group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, received a 2011 IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) Outstanding Young Engineer Award. This award recognizes MTT-S members under the age of 38 who have distinguished themselves through technical achievements in the microwave profession, service to the MTT-S, or both. One of the IEEE's transnational societies, the MTT-S promotes the advancement of microwave theory and its applications, including radio-frequency (RF), microwave, millimeter-wave, and terahertz technologies.

Dr Muldavin joined Lincoln Laboratory in 2001; his early work was in RF microelectromechanical (MEM) systems for which he developed record low-loss and high-performance RF MEM switches and varactors. As a group leader, he directs projects to design and develop three-dimensional integrated circuits, RF and optical MEM systems, advanced packaging, and digital focal-plane array readout integrated circuits. He holds a BSE degree in engineering physics from the University of Michigan, where he performed research in high-energy spin physics. He earned MSE and PhD degrees in electrical engineering, with a major in electromagnetics and a minor in communications, also at the University of Michigan. His graduate research focused on micro-machined circuits and devices for RF and millimeter-wave circuit and antenna applications.

Dr. Muldavin has served for nine years on the IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium Steering Committee, for four years as a chair of the MTT-S Boston section, and as the registration chair for the 2009 IEEE International Microwave Symposium.

Posted June 2011

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