Dr. Hugh Barnaby joined the ASU faculty in 2004. His primary research focuses on the analysis, modeling and experimental characterization of extreme environment effects in semiconductor materials, devices and integrated circuits. As part of this research, he also develops design and processing techniques that enable the reliable operation of electronics in these environments.
In addition, Barnaby has ongoing research activities in wireless (RF and optical) IC and data converter design, radiation-enabled compact modeling, and memristor technologies and applications. He has been an active researcher in the microelectronics field for 18 years in both industry and academics, presenting and publishing more than 100 papers during this time.
Dr. Garrett Schlenvogt is a Senior Applications Engineer within the Silvaco TCAD division, based out of Silvaco’s east coast sales/support office in North Chelmsford, Massachusetts. He has been with Silvaco for 5 years, with responsibilities including presales and support of Silvaco TCAD customers for a wide variety of applications including: Advanced CMOS, Display Technologies, Sensors and Power/RF devices. Additionally, Garrett has lead multiple research proposals and collaborations for Silvaco, working with both academic and commercial institutions. Prior to joining Silvaco, he was a research assistance at Arizona State University, with research focused on reliability simulation and modeling of CMOS technologies for harsh environments.
Dr. Schlenvogt holds a BSE, MS, and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona.