Daniel Iancu has been with Sandbridge Technologies as the Director of Emerging Technology and Communication Chief Architect since 2001. His current interests are mainly in research and development in the fields of wireless communications and software-defined radios authoring more than 50 articles and about 20 patents. He received his M.S. degree in physics and electronics from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania. He held a Teaching Assistant position at the Electronics Department at the same university in 1980. As a Teaching Assistant, besides teaching, he spent ten years of research in various areas of high-frequency physics and electronics with applications in DSP and communication systems. In 1986, he obtained his Ph.D. degree in the field of high-frequency physics. During the postdoctoral program, he spent two years of research in the new area (at that time) of high-temperature superconductors and their applications to high-frequency communication systems. After arriving to USA in 1990, he held several leading positions in DSP, wired, and wireless communications. He is now a Member of IEEE Industry DSP Standing Committee, and the lead Guest Editor of special issue on software-defined radio and broadcasting.
Biography Updated on 6 August 2008