Paul Franzon

Cirrus Logic Distinguished Professor Director of Graduate Programs
Paul Franzon

My teaching and research focuses on building microsystems (systems constructed of silicon chips, both analog and digital, and silicon micomachined components) for applications in computing, communications, sensors, robotics, and signal processing.


Education

1982 BS in Physics and Mathematics, Univ. Adealaide, Australia
1984 BS in Electrical Engineering, Univ. Adelaide, Australia
1988 PhD in Electrical Engineering, University of Adelaide, Australia


Awards & Honors

  • 2007 - Australian Defence Medal
  • 2007, 2005 - ECE Graduate Teacher of the Year Award (NC State)
  • 2007 - ECE Most Helpful Teacher of the Year Award (NC State)
  • 2006 - ECE Teacher of the Year Award (NC State)
  • 2006 - IEEE Fellow
  • 2005 - ALCOA Distinguished Research Award (NC State)
  • 2003 - Alumni Undergraduate Distinguished Professor (NC State)
  • 2003 - NSW Australia Expatriate Scientist Award
  • 2001 - Academy of Outstanding Teachers (NC State)
  • 1997 - IEEE Student Branch, Teacher of the Year (NC State)
  • 1993 - NSF Young Investigators Award
  • 1990 - US Army Commendation Medal

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