Kent H. Lundberg, Ph.D, P.E.
Visiting Professor of Engineering
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My research interests are in classical feedback control systems and analog circuit design. I am currently working on educational items (applets, web labs, lecture demos, student DIY kits, books, and course notes.
Analog and hybrid computing have left an indelible mark on electrical engineering, and I am interested in this technological legacy. I edited a special issue of IEEE Control Systems Magazine on the history of analog computing in June 2005 and have worked on a virtual reconstruction of Vannevar Bush's differential analyzer. I am also interested in the history of analog-to-digital converters, digital-to-analog converters, and analog-circuit-design techniques in general (such as "What is the earliest reference to a cascode topology using transistors?").
My publications, presentations, invited talks, and unpublished materials are summarized on my publications page.
Advanced Circuit Techniques (MIT 6.331). Sample-and-hold circuits, digital-to-analog converters, analog-to-digital converters, high-speed amplifiers, power conversion, and phase lock loops. Last taught Fall 2013.
Other pages and links about me:This page (well, the page has changed, so technically, this filename) has been accessed at least times since November 4, 1997.
Kent H Lundberg (email address)
Last updated 3 February 2019.