Optimal Design of Circuits for Optoelectronic Devices
Dr. Vuza collaborated between 1998 – 2002 with
Senior Engineer Dr. Marian Vladescu from Electromagnetica Goldstar on a series
of researches concerning the optimal design of circuits for optoelectronic
devices, focusing on optoelectronic sensors. The results obtained were
concerned with the comparative evaluation of performances of optoelectronic
sensors based on different types of synchronous demodulation, by employing both
theoretical methods (Fourier analysis) as well as numerical experiments (SPICE
simulations). The results made the subject of the communications listed below.
- Evaluation of Synchronous
Detection Signal Processing Performances in Optical Sensors , at the
5-th International Symposium for Design and Technology in Electronic
Modules organized by the "Politehnica" University of Bucharest,
the Center for Technological Electronics and Interconnection Techniques
and the Institute for Hydraulic and Pneumatic Researches of Bucharest,
- Computation of the Ripple
in the Response of the Optical Sensors with Synchronous Detection Signal
Processing, at the National Conference in
Optoelectronics organized by the Romanian Society for Optoelectronics, the
Division for Information Science and Technology of the Romanian Academy of
Scientists, "Politehnica" University of Bucharest,
"Politehnica" University of
Pitesti, the Military Academy, the Institute for Electronical Optics and
- Optimization of
Synchronous Detection Signal Processing Circuits for Intensity-Modulated
Optical Sensors, at the 23rd International Spring Seminar on
Electronics Technology organized by the Department of Electronics
Technology of Budapest University of Technology and Economics, May 2000.
Included in conference proceedings at pag. 395-400.
- Signal Processing Method
for Optical Sensors - Implementation, Simulation and Experimental Results,
at the 5th International Symposium on Microelectronic Technologies and
Microsystems MTM 2001, Pitesti. Included in conference proceedings at
- Intensity Modulated
Optical Sensor with Enhanced Signal Processing Capabilities, at the
Tenth International Scientific and Applied Science Conference Electronics
Et'2001, Technical University - Sofia, Faculty of Electronics and
Electronic Technology, September 26 - 28, 2001 Sozopol.
Another direction of collaboration concerned modern
methods for student's training in the field of Circuit Modelling. Some results
were presented at the conferences listed below.
- Training Program in
Electronic Passive Components Education. Authors: Paul Svasta, Virgil
Golumbeanu, Ciprian Ionescu, Norocel Dragos Codreanu, Daniel Leonescu,
Marian Vladescu, Dan Tudor Vuza. Conference presented at the Electronic
Components and Technology Conference, San Diego 2002. Included in
conference proceedings at pag. 780-787.
- Search System for the
Passive Electronic Components Best Fitted to a Project. Authors: Paul
Svasta, Dan Tudor Vuza, Marian Vladescu. Communication presented at The
8th International Symposium for Design and Technology of Electronic
Modules, Cluj- Napoca 2002. Included in conference proceedings at pag.