Mark Budnik, Ph.D.
Mark Budnik, Ph.D.
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Gellersen Hall, Room 228
B.S. – University of Illinois
M.S. – Purdue University
Ph.D.- Purdue University
- Advanced Microcontroller Topics
- Computational Techniques for Electrical and Computer Engineers I
- Computational Techniques for Electrical and Computer Engineers II
- Embedded Microcontrollers
- Embedded Microcontrollers Laboratory
- Embedded System Emulation
- Linear Circuits Laboratory I
- Managing Technology and Innovation
- Nanotechnology Initiatives
- Signals and Systems
- Senior Design I
- Senior Design II
- Assistive therapy devices for individuals on the autism spectrum – During the past two years, we have developed three generations of vibration therapy devices intended to minimize symptomatic behaviors of children on the autism spectrum.
- Nanotechnology – Education – Students have the opportunity to learn about nanotechnology and develop new teaching techniques to introduce these lessons to their peers and neighboring K-12 institutions.
- Nanotechnology – Energy Storage
Students have the opportunity to explore the realm of one-dimensional nanometer-scale (0.000 000 001 meter) devices and see how they can be used for energy storage applications.
Areas of Specialization
- Analog and digital circuit design
- Assistive devices
- Computational tools
- Embedded system design
- Engineering pedagogy
- Industry collaboration
- K-12 outreach
- Signals and systems
- American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
- “A Power Delivery and Decoupling Network Minimizing Ohmic Loss and Supply Voltage Variation in Silicon Nanoscale Technologies,” IEEE Transactions on VLSI, December 2006 (K. Roy)
- “Bridging Theory into Practice: First Steps Toward the Development of an Electrical Engineering Book of Knowledge,” 2010 ASEE Conference on Industry and Education Collaboration (CIEC), February 2010
- “Introduction to Nanotechnology: Implementation of a Cooperative Program for Gifted and Talented Elementary School Children,” 2009 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), October 2009 (D. Beck, G. Vrabel)
- “An International, Multi-Disciplinary, Academic-Industrial Partnership for an Undergraduate Engineering Capstone Course Sequence,” 2009 International Symposium on Academic Globalization (AG), July 2009
- “A Carbon Nanotube Capacitor,” 2009 IEEE Nanotechnology Materials and Devices Conference (NMDC), June 2009 (E.W. Johnson)
- “Entrepreneurship Throughout an Electrical And Computer Engineering Curriculum,” 2009 ASEE Annual Conference, June 2009 (D. Tougaw, E. Johnson)
- “Encouraging Scientific Imagination in Elementary Students,” 2009 ASEE Illinois/Indiana Section Conference, March 2009 (L. Sanders)
- “An Innovative Opportunity for Industry and Education Collaboration,” 2009 ASEE Illinois/Indiana Section Conference, March 2009 (P. Cooke)
- “A Thin, Vertical, Parallel Plate Capacitor with Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotube Electrodes,” 2008 Proceedings of the 2008 IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology (NANO), Arlington, TX, August 2008 (J.D. Wood, E. Johnson)
- “Electrical Models for Vertical Carbon Nanotube Capacitors,” Proceedings of the 2008 IEEE Great Lakes Symposium on VLSI (GLSVLSI), May 2008 (J.D. Wood, E. Johnson)
- “An Active Suppression Circuit for the Reduction of di/dt Event Supply Voltage Variation,” Proceedings of the 2008 Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC), Austin, TX, February 2008 (J. Wood, N. Spagnuolo, K. Roy)
- “A Carbon Nanotube Capacitor Structure,” 2007 International Semiconductor Device Research Symposium (ISDRS), December 2007 (J.D. Wood)
- “Motivation, Inspiration, and Economics of an International Service Project,” Proceedings of the 2007 National Capstone Design Course Conference, Boulder, CO, June 2007 (P. Johnson, K. Sevener, J. Will)
- “Managing Senior Projects – Educating Graduates and Undergraduates in a Senior Project Course,” 2007 ASEE Annual Conference, June 2007 (M. Hagenberger, P. Johnson, D. Tougaw, J. Will, K. Sevener)
- “Integrating Entrepreneurship in Senior Design Projects,” The 2007 National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA) Conference, March 2007 (D. Tougaw, J. Will, P. Johnson, M. Hagenberger)
- “Fundamentals of Power Semiconductors for Automotive Applications, 2nd Edition” – Infineon Technologies Corporation 2008
- “A Distributed Power Delivery and Decoupling Network Minimizing Ohmic Loss and Supply Voltage Variation in Silicon Nanoscale Technologies” – copyrighted TX6-476-829 February 25, 2007
- “Fundamentals of Power Semiconductors for Automotive Applications, 1st Edition” – Infineon Technologies Corporation 2006
- Zuhdi Aljobeh, Ph.D., P.E.
- Daniel Blood, Ph.D.
- Mark Budnik, Ph.D.
- Jack Chan, Ph.D.
- Michael Doria, Ph.D.
- Scott Duncan, Ph.D.
- Georges El-Howayek, Ph.D.
- Craig Goehler, Ph.D.
- Jay Grossman, Ph.D., P.E.
- Michael Hagenberger, Ph.D., P.E.
- Jacob Henschen, Ph.D.
- Eric Johnson, Ph.D.
- Peter Johnson, Ph.D.
- Reva Johnson, Ph.D.
- Sami Khorbotly, Ph.D.
- Peter Krenzke, Ph.D.
- Bethany Luke, Ph.D.
- Dan Maguire, Ph.D.
- Jennifer Marley, Ph.D.
- Shahin Nudehi, Ph.D., P.E.
- Carmine Polito, Ph.D., P.E.
- Anne Raich, Ph.D.
- Doug Tougaw, Ph.D., P.E.
- Luke Venstrom, Ph.D.
- Phil Walter, Ph.D.
- Peter Weiss, Ph.D., P.E.
- Ruth Wertz, Ph.D.,P.E.
- Jeffrey Will, Ph.D.
- Dan White, Ph.D.
- Di Zhang, Ph.D.