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Chien-Ming (Jemmy) Nieh

Office:      588 New Engineering Building

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 Research Interests

  • Antenna Design
  • RF/Microwave Integrated Circuits and Systems
  • Signal integrity at high-speed serial I/O and DDR4
  • Graphene device model and circuit designŸ

Biography

  • Chien-Ming (Jemmy) Nieh has received his Bachelor degree in Electrophysics from National Chiao-Tung University in 2005 and M.S. degree in Photnics from National Chiao-Tung University in 2007. He joined AUO company as a R&D engineering from 2008 to 2009. He joined Intel as a graduate intern in 2012. He is currently pursuing his phD degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Florida. 

Honors and Awards

  • the 3rd place of the "Student Competition in High sensitivity Radar"  in IEEE MTT Society Annual Conference, June 2014.
  • technical award from Intel in 2013                                                 
  • Three-time Colleague-nominated Goodie Drawer Award @ Intel, in 2012
  • Achievement Award in ECE of UF from 2010 to 2012
  • Rank the 2nd place in the degree of M.S. in the department of Photonics, NCTU in 2007
  • Awarded scholarship from Wintek corp. in 2004.

Previous Research

papers

  • Chien-Ming Nieh, Jenshan Lin, “Adaptive Beam-Steering Antenna for Improved Coverage of Non- Contact Vital Sign Radar Detection,” in IEEE MTT-S Int. Microw. Symp., Tampa, FL, June 1st-5th, 2014.
  • Chien-Ming Nieh, Tien-yu Huang, and Jenshan Lin, “Antenna Radiation Pattern Effects on a Short-Range Vibration-Detection Radar System,” in IEEE International Symp. Antenna propagation (ISAP), Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Dec. 2nd-5th, 2014
  • Chien-Ming Nieh , Jongbae Park, “Far-end Crosstalk Cancellation using Via Stub for DDR4 Memory Channel,” 2013 IEEE Electronic Component Technology Conference (ECTC), Las Vegas, NV, May 28th- 31st , 2013
  • Chien-Ming Nieh , , JianXuan Tu, Te-Yu Jason Kao, Tze-Min Shen, Xiaogang Yu, Ron-Chi Kuo, Jenshan Lin, “Noncontact Micro-Radar System-on-Chip and System-in-Package for Remote Monitoring of Vital Signs and Vibrations,” IEEE Wireless and Microwave Technology Conference (Wamicon), Orlando, FL, April 7th -9th , 2013
  • H.Y. Lu, Chien-Ming Nieh , Y.J. Chen, Po-Tsun Liu, T.C. Chang and Sien Chi, “Enhancement of Brightness Uniformity by a New Voltage-Modulated Pixel Design for AMOLED Displays” Taiwan Display Conference. 2006

Patents

  • Chien-Ming Nieh, Tsung-Ting Tsai:, “Driving Circuit For Pixel of An Active Matrix Organic Light Emitting Diode Display and Method for Diving Pixels of An Active Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode Display” U.S. Patent No. US 20120098810 A1, CN. Patent No. CN 101980330 A, Apirl, 2012
  • Tsung-Ting Tsai , Chien-Ming Nieh, “Pixel Driving Circuit of An Organic Light Emitting Diode” U.S. Patent No.US 20120105421 A1, CN. Patent No. CN 102005182 A, May, 2012
  • Chien-Ming Nieh,  “Electroluminescent Display Panel and Pixel Structure”  U.S. Patent No. US 20110298694 A1, CN patent No. CN 101894860 A, Dec. 2011

Working Experience

  • Graduate Intern at Intel from Feb. 2012 to Nov. 2012 
    • Perform rigorous correlation between full wave simulation and measurement for different components, such as transmission lines, vias, imperfect ground plane on board and package at multi-GHz. Correlation results help build up the standard modeling techniques for such components.
    • Design novel structures on strip line and microstrip line for crosstalk reduction in high-speed I/O channel, which are enablers of high speed I/O channel for Intel 22nm System-On-Chip(SOC) products.
    •  Evaluate a few on die routing plans by full wave simulation at 10 GHz for cost reduction in next-generation core processors.
  • R&D at AUO corporation
    • Design and implement 14 inch AMOLED panel with IGZO transistors, which was the 1st one in the world then. High mobility device helps to increase the aperture ratio, which increase the panel brightness and saves the power consumption.. Design compensation circuits for AMOLED panel in 2.4 inch display to improve the panel uniformity and reliability. The circuit compensates the voltage drop due to the IR drop and OLED degradation. Three patents with this technology were published.