Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ralf Brederlow
Chair for Circuit Development
Prof. Ralf Brederlow‘s (*1970) research area are integrated CMOS circuit designs and intelligent sensor systems. With the support of microelectronic analog and digital circuits those can be connected to a much more precise, versatile, and also more flexible sensor system.
Ralf Brederlow has studied physics at university of Wuerzburg and TU Munich. He did his doctor in electrical engineering in a cooperation of Corporate Research of Siemens AG and the TU Berlin. In 1999 he joined Infineon as development engineer and project manager. At that time he worked on technical and scientific questions towards analog circuit- and technology concepts for microelectronics. Since end of 2006 he was group lead and later IP development lead at Texas Instruments. His responsibility was analog and digital circuit development for an energy optimized micro-controller product family (MSP430). At that time he has developed several fundamental concepts for circuit design and architectures, as used in many sensor in the internet of things today. 2015 he took a lead in founding a branch of Texas Instruments research organization (Kilby Labs) in Freising. Until early 2019 he worked there on new concepts for intelligent sensors and circuits for short range communications.