Dr. Justin B. Jackson
Ph.D. at University of Utah
M.E. at University of Utah
M.B.A. at Weber State University
B.S. at Weber State University
Room 236-D, Mail Code 1803
ECE 2700 - Digital Circuits
ECE 3110 - Microelectronics I
ECE 6110 - Digital VLSI Design
ECE 6130 - Advanced Semiconductor Devices
Research Areas of Interest
My area of expertise is in semiconductor physics and fabrication. My current research interests lie in software-defined radio (SDR), printed semiconductor materials, and Very-Large-Scale Integrated (VLSI) circuit design. I am currently working with undergraduate and graduate students on projects in these areas, including developing Networking Protocol Discrimination Techniques in SDR for Antenna Characterization and 3D Printed Solar Cells. I have recently worked with a graduate student designing a VLSI chip for a communication system to transmit and receive data from sensors implanted in a human body.
My graduate research at the University of Utah was focused in the nanotechnology sector. I designed, developed, and fabricated silicon nanowires, nanoscale devices, and quantum electronics and have several patents from this work. I am excited about our new engineering building to be completed and the inclusion of a microscopy lab and a clean room. Having these capabilities at Weber State University will allow me, along with other faculty and students, to work in these exciting areas.
VLSI chip for biomedical applications
(Photo credit to J. Olive)