IHP, Germany

Prof. Dr. Miloš Krstić

Miloš Krstić obtained Dr-Ing. Degree in Electronics from Brandenburg University of Technology, Cottbus, Germany (2006). He is the Head of the System Architectures department at IHP. Since 2016 he is also professor for “Design and Test Methodology” at the University of Potsdam, Germany. He has been managing many international and national R & D projects in IHP (GALAXY, EMPHASE, IC-NAO, ENROL, RTU-ASIC, SEPHY, DIFFERENT, VHiSSi, RESCUE, etc.), and has authored and coauthored over 150 publications, and holds 8 patents.

Marko Anđelković

Marko Anđelković received his Dipl-Ing. degree in Electronics from the Faculty of Electronic Engineering (University of Niš) in 2008. Since 2010 he was employed as a scientific researcher at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering in Niš, where he was working on characterization of custom-made dosimeters, evaluation of dosimetric properties of commercial semiconductor components, and design of readout electronics for experimental evaluation of various types of dosimeters. Since 2016 he is with IHP, where he is employed as a research associatein the System Architectures Department. His research interests include characterization and modelingof radiation-induced effects in digital circuits, and rad-hard desing.He has participated in several national, bilateral and EU-funded projects, and has authored/co-authored 10 papers in peer-reviewed journals and more than 30 papers at international/nationalconferences.

Dr. Zoran Stamenković

Zoran Stamenković is a scientist at the IHP GmbH, Frankfurt (Oder), Germany. He acquired his PhD degree in electronic engineering from the University of Niš, Serbia in 1995. Dr. Stamenković has published more than 150 scientific book chapters, theses, journal papers and conference papers, and given more than 25 invited talks in the field of design and test of integrated circuits and systems. He is the lead editor (and a co-author) of the book Silicon Systems for Wireless LAN. His research interests include hardware/softwareco-design, SOC design for wireless communications, fault-tolerant circuits and systems, and integrated circuit yield and reliability modelling. He serves as a program committee member of many scientific conferences (among them DDECS, IOLTS, EWDTS, DTIS, MIEL, and TELFOR). Dr. Stamenković was the general chair of DDECS15 and the program chair of DDECS18 and DDECS20. He is a regional editor of the Journal of Circuits, Systems, and Computers and a senior member of the IEEE.

Dr Markus Ulbrich

Markus Ulbrich received his MSc and PhD degrees from the Brandenburg University of Technology, Cottbus, Germany. Before joining IHP he was employed as a test engineer in the field of high-volume diagnostics at Intel Deutschland GmbH. Since 2016 he has with the Design and Test Methodology team led by Prof. Milos Krstic, and since 2020 he leads the Fault Tolerant Computing group within the System Architectures Department. He has well-founded experience in the design and validation of integrated circuits, and is working on the investigation of fault-toleranttechniques and design of fault-tolerantchips for space and automotive applications. He has authored and coauthored around 10 peer-reviewed conference papers.

Anselm Breitenreiter

Anselm Breitenreiter received his MSc degree in Computer Engineering from the Technical University of Berlin. Since 2015 he is with the IHP, employed as a scientific researcher within Design and Test Methodology Group led by Prof. Miloš Krstić. Before joining IHP, he was employed at IAV GmbH and MAZ Brandenburg GmbH. He has deep theoretical background in electronics, and profound experience in the design and validation of analog and digital integrated circuits. He is working on the investigation of rad-hard techniques and design of rad-hard chips for space applications.