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Master- / Bachelor - topics

Our Latest Thesis Offers

In our group, we offer recent and interesting topics for students looking for a final project. We are glad about prospective applicants and always offer some challenging and exciting research projects. If you are interested, please get in touch with our scientific stuff. 


Next to topics in the area of circuit design, we also focus in modeling and CAD methodology. Therefore, we offer the following topics:

·         Analog and digital circuit design in the Cadence Virtuoso Design Framework

·         Modelling and simulation of state-of-the-art RF transceiver systems

·         Development and implementation of CAD simulation tools

·         Hardware design and deployment of circuit boards and circuits for our measurement systems


Could we rise your interest? Please take a look at the following list of topics, come along and have a chat with our research staff or send us a message!

Analog Topics



Bachelor/Master thesis:

Implementation of a Transmission-Line Phase Shifter for High Frequency PSK Transmitters

More info here
Contact: Patrick Kurth


Bachelor/Master thesis:

Design of a Ring Oscillator with Center Frequency Calibration for improved Stability in Phase-Locked Loops

More info here
Contact: Patrick Kurth


Master thesis:

Design of a Ring-Oscillator-based Type-II Charge-Pump Phase-Locked Loop as Reference Generator for a Milli-Meter-Wave Sub-sampling Phase-Locked Loop

More info here
Contact: Patrick Kurth


Bachelor/Master thesis:

High frequency Clock and Data Input Stages

More info here
Contact: Urs Hecht


Measurement and Modeling


Bachelor/Master thesis:

Wide Temperature VCSEL Model

More info here
Contact: Urs Hecht

Digital Topics

Bachelor/Master thesis:

Other Topics

Most topics and objectives given can be adjusted and combined up to individual preferences and background.

Just drop a short email stating your interest and intended direction. You will receive a response as soon as possible to set up a meeting for more detailed explanation and consulting at your convenient time.

All projects are suitable and  scalable for students interested in mixed signal circuit design, RF signal processing, and integrated chip technologies.

Important: all tasks are preceded and accompanied with intense training provided by experienced researchers and supervisors.


A thesis can comprise a subset of tasks like (non-exhaustive): general literature and theoretic studies, CMOS circuit and chip designs – from schematic, layout and tape-out, to related instrumentation and measurement tasks (laboratory work), printed-circuit board design, and hardware programming (FPGA, DSP).

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Head of Chair

Prof. Friedel Gerfers
Phone: +49 30 314-78181
Room: EN 423

For consultation hours, please contact us via e-mail.

Assistant to Chair
Sara Tennstedt
Room: EN 417
Phone: +49 30 314-78180


Currently no open office hours - please contact us via e-mail or phone in advance. Thank you.

Postal Address

Technische Universität Berlin
FG Mixed Signal Circuit Design
Sekr. EN 4
Einsteinufer 17

10587 Berlin