Ph.D. - Electrical and Computer Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology - 1999
M.S. - Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Houston - 1995
B.S. - Electronics and Information Systems
Zhongshan University - 1992
High-speed communication circuits
Sensor interface circuits
X. F. Lin, H. Lee, and J. Liu, A Continuous-Time Adaptive FIR Equalizer with INV-AIL Delay Line for 2.5Gb/s Data Communication, in Proceedings of IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference, Sept. 2005, pp. 413-416. 2005 - Publication
X. F. Lin, S. Saw, and J. Liu, A CMOS 0.25-m Continuous-Time FIR Filter with 125 ps per Tap Delay as Fractionally Spaced Receiver Equalizer for 1Gbps Data Transmission, IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits, vol. 40, pp. 593-602, March 2005. 2005 - Publication
G. B. Zhang, H. Lee, and J. Liu, A 35 nW/pixel 2D Visual Motion Sensor, in Proc. IEEE European Solid-State Circuits Conference, Sept. 2005, pp. 419-422. 2005 - Publication
X. F. Lin and J. Liu, A Digital Power Spectrum Estimation Method for the Adaptation of High-speed Equalizer, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I, vol. 51, pp. 2436-2443, Dec. 2004. 2004 - Publication
The University of Texas at Dallas [2005–Present]
Analog IC Designer
Texas Instruments [2000–2000]
The University of Texas at Dallas [1999–2005]
Current projects include: adaptive equalization and clock/data recovery circuits for high-speed data communications; low-power CMOS motion detection imagers; rad-hard sensor interface circuits for satellite; power and data transmission circuits for battery-less and wireless sensors; and high-speed A/D converters.
Honors and Awards
- New Faces of Engineering in National Engineers Week, 2004
RICHARDSON, Texas (Jan. 20, 2004) — Dr. Jin Liu, an assistant professor of electrical engineering at The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD), has been selected one of the world's top 12 "New Faces of Engineering" as part of the annual National Engineers Week, to be held this year on Feb. 22-28.
The New Faces of Engineering program was begun in 2003 to showcase rising young stars in engineering in order to encourage young people to consider entering the profession. Initially limited to engineers in the United States, this year's competition was expanded to include professionals from around the world. Nominees for the program must hold an engineering degree, have been employed as an engineer from two to five years and be involved in projects that significantly impact the public welfare or further professional development and growth.