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Roozbeh Tabrizian

Roozbeh Tabrizian, Ph.D., is an is an associate professor and the Alan Hastings Faculty Fellow at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Florida.  He received his doctorate in electrical and computer engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Tabrizian earned the NSF CAREER award in 2018. His research activities include theoretical and experimental investigation of phononic devices, resonant micro- and nano-systems, and mixed-domain physical sensors.

NEMS Barcodes that Use Nano-Sized Arrays for Clandestine, Tamper-Proof Tracking IDs
Multi-Band Synchronous Frequency-Reference Chain for Carrier-Aggregated 5G Networks
Dispersive Acoustic Waveguide for High Quality Factor Resonators that Operate at Extreme Frequencies
Nano Acoustic Resonator to Improve 5G Wireless Communication Networks
Non-Reciprocal Frequency Limiter to Meet High Data Requirements of Emerging Wireless Communication Systems
Digitally Tunable Acoustic Resonator for 5G Communication Systems
High-Performance, Acoustically Coupled Filter for Reconfigurable RF Front Ends
High-Performance Resonator for Use in Super-High-Frequency Wireless Transceivers