Ulf Schlichtmann holds a doctorate in electrical engineering from TUM, as well as a technology business degree. He spent about 10 years in the semiconductor industry (Siemens, Infineon) in various engineering, management and executive positions, working on design automation, design libraries, IP reuse, and product development. In 2003, he joined TUM as professor and head of the Chair of Electronic Design Automation. From 2007-2013 he served as Dean and Vice Dean of TUM’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). Since 2013, he serves as Associate Dean of Studies for International Programs, overseeing both the Department’s educational programs in Singapore and English language programs in Munich. Since 2016, Ulf is an elected member of TUM’s Academic Senate as well as the TUM Board of Trustees. Ulf is a member of the German National Academy of Science and Engineering. Ulf’s current research interests include computer-aided design of electronic circuits and systems, with an emphasis on designing reliable and robust systems. His research also addresses emerging technologies, such as microfluidic biochips and photonic interconnects.
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