Assistant Professor

Dusan Milosevic

Analog electronics is the critical link between the digital world of signal processing, information storage and artificial intelligence, and the analog world of our senses and perceived reality.

Group / Unit
Mixed-signal Microelectronics
Department / Section
Electrical Engineering
Floor / room

Research Profile

Dusan Milosevic is an Assistant Professor of analog and RF electronics with the Mixed-Signal Microelectronics research group at the TU/e department of Electrical Engineering. His interests are in the design of power amplifiers and other RF building blocks, as well as circuit techniques for ultra-low-power RF applications and RF energy harvesting. In this research area, the focus is mainly on IC design for wireless communication, at frequencies ranging from several MHz up to the mm-wave band, both for high-data-rate and for ultra-low-power communication. The main technological challenges are in the high frequencies involved (from tens of GHz, up to the maximum frequencies that can be handled in advanced IC technology nodes), the ultra-low power performance, and high power efficiency. These challenges are being addressed through innovative circuit topologies and system architectures, and by combining analog circuit techniques with digitally-assisted control functions.

Academic Background

Dusan Milosevic received the MSc (Dipl.Ing.) degree in electronics and telecommunications engineering from the University of Nis, Serbia, in 2001, and the PhD degree in electrical engineering from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), The Netherlands, in 2009. During his PhD research, he was focusing on switched-mode RF power amplifiers and techniques for high-efficiency linear amplification. Since 2010, he has been an Assistant Professor in the Mixed-signal Microelectronics group at TU/e. He teaches several courses in the field of analog and RF electronics and was a co-supervisor of four graduated PhD candidates. His research interests include RF and microwave power amplifiers, ultra-low power RF front ends and RF energy harvesting systems.

Educational Activities

  • RF transceivers 1: fundamentals
  • RF transceivers 2: Design
  • Electronics: selected topics
  • Electronics: selected topics
  • Electronic circuits 1

Ancillary Activities

No ancillary activities