Analog and RF Design Engineer


Curtis Mayberry is an electrical engineer specializing in the design of analog and RF integrated circuits. He is currently a master’s student at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Education

2012-present

Georgia Tech SealGeorgia Institute of Technology

M.S. Electrical Engineering

Minor: Mathematics
Activities: Graduate Research Assistant, Graduate Teaching Assistant, Graduate Student Government Senator, IEEE

 

2007-2011

Iowa State SealIowa State University of Science and Technology

B.S. Electrical Engineering, Magna Cum Laude
Minors: Mathematics and Economics
Activities: Multi-core Research Group, IEEE, Eta Kappa Nu (HKN), Tau Beta Pi, Order of the Rose and Chessman, BWR Hall Council, Fresman Leaders in Engineering

 

2003-2007

Ames High School

Activities: Rugby, Soccer, Boy Scouts (Eagle Scout), DECA

 

Skills

Technical Skills: Analog Circuit Design, RF Circuit Design, Cadence, PCB Design, System Design, Soft Skills: Leadership, Communications, Teamwork, Organization, Teaching Ability

Graduate Coursework Plans

Master’s Plan with Thesis (pdf)

Graduate Communication Certificate

Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results (ti:ger)

Undergraduate Coursework Plans

Program of Study (pdf)

General Education Component and Educational Objective (pdf)

Publications

 Google Scholar Profile

Peng Shao; Mayberry, C.L.; Xin Gao; Tavassoli, V.; Ayazi, F., “A Polysilicon Microhemispherical Resonating Gyroscope,” Microelectromechanical Systems, Journal of , vol.23, no.4, pp.762,764, Aug. 2014

Abstract: This letter reports, for the first time, an integrated polysilicon microhemispherical resonating gyroscope (μHRG) with selfaligned drive, sense, and tuning electrodes, all fabricated using a single wafer process. The polysilicon hemispherical shell is 700 nm in thickness and 1.2 mm in diameter, resulting in a 1:3000 aspect ratio three-dimensional (3-D) microstructure. The quality factor of the wineglass mode is measured to be 8500 at 6.7 kHz with an as-fabricated frequency mismatch of 105 Hz between the two m = 2 degenerate modes. The modes are electrostatically matched and aligned using the tuning electrodes with a resulting mode-matched quality factor of 11100. Initial characterization of the sensitivity of the μHRG shows a scale factor of 4.4 mV/o/s.

URL: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=6832448&isnumber=6866285

Honors & Awards

Steven C. Jasper Memorial Scholarship 2011-2012

Raymond & Hazel Williamson Scholarship 2010-2011

Bob and Maria Evans Scholarship 2009-2010

M.L. Jack Burgess Scholarship 2009-2010

“In recognition of high attainments in scholarship and in expectations of achievement in the profession of engineering”

Raymond & Hazel Williamson ScholarshipBob and Maria Evans Scholarship M.L. Jack Burgess ScholarshipSteven C. Jasper Memorial Scholarship

 

Eta Kappa Nu

 

Eta Kappa Nu Member 2010

Elected Eta Kappa Nu President 2011