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Osama Ullah Khan

Status: Ph.D. Student
Advisor: David Wentzloff


Background Information
Osama Ullah Khan received his B.Eng. in Electronic Engineering from NED University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi, Pakistan in 2007 with the accolade of being the department Gold Medalist. He joined University of Michigan Ann Arbor in fall 2008 to pursue his M.S/PhD in Electrical Engineering. Prior to joining graduate school he was working as an Assistant Manager (Technical) in RF Lab at SRDC (Satellite Research and Development Center) SUPARCO (Pakistan Space & Upper Atmosphere Research Commission). During summer 2009, he interned at Qualcomm Inc. as an RF hardware engineer. He completed his M.S. in Electrical Engineering in May 2010 from University of Michigan Ann Arbor and is currently pursuing his doctorate, also at University of Michigan. His research interests include Analog/RF and mixed signal circuit design.

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