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Dr. Edgar Krune

krune@iit-berlin.de
+49 (0)30 310078 5478

Focal areas of work

  • Autonomous driving
  • Electronics
  • Sensors
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Electromobility
  • Photonics

Curriculum Vitae

Edgar Krune studied electrical engineering with a focus on electronics, information technology and communication systems at the TU Berlin. There he subsequently carried out research in the field of silicon photonics and received his doctorate for a thesis on low-jitter optical clock distribution for high-speed analog-to-digital converters. Since 2017, Edgar Krune has been working as a research associate/consultant at the iit in the context of research funding. He is supervising publicly funded research projects, in particular on autonomous and electric driving and linked topics such as electronics, sensors or artificial intelligence.

Publications

  • Knoll, Dieter; Lischke, Stefan; Awny, Ahmed; Kroh, Marcel; Krune, Edgar; Mai, Christian; Peczek, Anna; Petousi, Despoina; Simon, Stefan; Voigt, Karsten; Winzer, Georg; Zimmermann, Lars (2016): BiCMOS silicon photonics platform for fabrication of high-bandwidth electronic-photonic integrated circuits2016 IEEE 16th Topical Meeting on Silicon Monolithic Integrated Circuits in RF Systems (SiRF)
  • Krune, Edgar; Krueger, Benjamin; Zimmermann, Lars; Voigt, Karsten; Petermann, Klaus (2016): Comparison of the jitter performance of different photonic sampling techniquesJournal of Lightwave Technology
  • Krueger, B.; Makon, R.E.; Landolt, O.; Hidri, O.; Schweiger, T.; Krune, E.; Knoll, D.; Lischke, S.; Schulze, J. (2017): A monolithically integrated, optically clocked 10 GS/s sampler with a bandwidth of> 30 GHz and a jitter of< 30 fs in photonic SiGe BiCMOS Technology, 2017 IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference (CICC)
  • Wilsch, Benjamin; Elrofai, Hala; Krune, Edgar (2018): Challenges And Opportunities of Artificail Intelligence for Automated Driving, Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications 2018: Smart Systems for Clean, Safe and Shared Road Vehicles
  • (2018): Chips for Artificial Intelligence for the Automotive Industry, IIT - Competitiveness of the European automotive manufacturing industry
  • (2017): Performance analysis of low jitter high-speed photonic analog-to-digital converters in silicon photonics, TU Berlin Bibliothek

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