Associate Professor Torsten Lehmann

My Expertise

Torsten Lehmann has expertise in electronics design, development and characterisation; in particular he has expertise in the design of circuits and systems and solid-state circuits - also known as micro-chips, integrated circuits, microelectronics, nanoscale electronics, application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs), or very-large scale integrated (VLSI) circuits.  He has further expertise in the area of electronics for biomedical applications; in particular in implanted electronics.


Fields of Research (FoR)

Electronics, sensors and digital hardware, Analog electronics and interfaces, Electronic sensors, Microelectronics, Photonic and electro-optical devices, sensors and systems (excl. communications), Quantum engineering systems (incl. computing and communications), Electronics, sensors and digital hardware not elsewhere classified, Rehabilitation engineering, Medical devices, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Microelectronics and Integrated Circuits, Circuits and Systems, Biomedical Engineering

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Dr Torsten Lehmann is Associate Professor in Microelectronics with the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications. His research interests include:

  • Solid-state circuits and systems
  • CMOS circuits at cryogenic temperature
  • Ultra low-power CMOS design
  • Bio-medical microelectronics
  • Cochlear implants and vision prostheses
  • High-performance analogue circuits in deep sub-micron CMOS


School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications (Building G17)
Room 343


+61 2 9385 5374
+61 2 9385 5993

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