Mohammad Abu Khater received his B.Sc in Electrical Engineering from the University of Jordan in 2004, and his M.S and Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from Purdue University in 2009 and 2015, respectively.
He was with ALBAHITH (Younivate), a Qualcomm 3G licensee, as a hardware electronics engineer. There, he developed several hardware platforms including CDMA2000 modems (1900MHz PCS band), High-Speed USB computer interfacing boards, and SLIC circuits for fixed wireless terminals. He joined Intel Labs in summer 2011 where he worked on power delivery systems in the circuit research lab. He was also with Qualcomm in 2014 where he worked on passive RF front ends.
Khater was awarded the Fulbright scholarship in 2007 to pursue his graduate
studies. Currently he is a post doctoral researcher at Purdue University. He is
working under Prof. Dimitrious Peroulis. His research interests include
tunable filters control, RF-MEMS, low-power supplies, RF-MEMS reliability and
performance testing, and high-performance PCB layout techniques.
Dr. Abu Khater is a recipient of the Magoon award for excellence in teaching in 2012. He is also the coach of the Purdue Judo Club, midwest collegiates champions in 2012, 2013, and runner ups in 2014 and 2015.
em@il: mabukhat _AT_ purdue.edu
Mailing address: Elecctrical Engineering 465 Northwester Ave. , West Lafayette, IN-47907
Office: WANG 3082
Tel: +1 (765) 337-7121
2016- Jan. 01: Started as a Post doctoral researcher at Purdue University