A/Prof Ma Fan Yung is currently Adjunct Associate Professor in NUS Electrical and Computer Engineering. He is also Co-founder and VP Engineering (Power Management) in HaloV Singapore.
With more 30 years of experience, Fan Yung is a technical expert in analog design CMOS, BiCMOS with proven silicon in delta-sigma converters, temperature sensors, power management and transceivers. He is also a technical reviewer for internal and external analog designs. He is skilled in mixed signal design robustness and digital noise rejection issues in standard CMOS technology. He is also a TÜV SÜD certified Functional Safety Engineer Level 1 (ISO 26262).
He was previously Principal (Mixed Signal Concept) in Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific, where he developed CMOS temperature sensors, from concept, architectures to calibration. With Infineon, he was inventor of 19 patents. Earlier in his career, he was Manager/Staff Engineer (Design) at Harris Semiconductor and as the analog design lead, he was involved in the development of the world's first high order modulator single shot sigma-delta ADC product.
Fan Yung has a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (Honors Cooperative Programme) from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Electrical Engineering from University of Toronto.
During his corporate career, Fan Yung has designed and developed numerous products, including:
- 1.5/3.3V 0.13u CMOS Power Management Unit (10uA SLEEP mode)
- 1.8V 0.18u and 1.5V 0.13u CMOS Temperature Sensor
- 16-bit 8-channel sigma-delta instrumentation BiCMOS ADC at 3 kSamples/s
- Electronics - Product Design & Development