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Jeremy Bregman 836 Ashland Avenue, Apartment #3

Santa Monica, CA 90405

Stanford University, Stanford, CA [9/2014 – 3/2-16]
Masters of Science: Electrical Engineering (GPA 3.9/4.0)
Electronic Devices, Lasers, Photonics, Optoelectronics
Stanford University, Stanford, CA [9/2011 – 6/2014]
Bachelor of Science: Major degree in Electrical Engineering (GPA 3.65/4.0)
Photonics, Solid State, and Electromagnetics focus

Hardware Design Engineer – Source Photonics West Hills, California [10/2017-Present]
• SerDes Channel and RF Simulation of Transceiver lasers + subsystems for 400G Data Center Interconnects: NRZ + PAM4
• Development of compliance testing standards/methodology for product lifecycle verification in accordance with MSA
• Hardware debug of electrical or optical subsystem performance: moving from prototype to production

Development Engineer – HRL Laboratories Malibu, California [6/2016 – 10/2017]

• Research + Development: Simulation, Design, Fabrication, and Testing of Tactical-grade + Navigation-grade MEMS
gyroscopes for aerospace, automotive, and defense applications
• Development (S,D,F,T) of a Phononic Crystal Toolkit: Engineering periodicity into MEMS devices to enable on-chip
generation and manipulation of surface/bulk acoustic waves.
• First in the world single-crystal Piezoelectric 6H Silicon Carbide MEMS Resonators as Phonon Generation Sources

Graduate Research – Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University [9/2015 – 3/2016]

Photonic Crystal-based Fiber-tip Hydrophone
• Design and fabrication of optical-fiber based Silicon acoustic pressure sensor. Experimental demonstration of Fabry-
Perot interferometry and improved reflection while incorporating a 2D photonic Crystal into the sensor diaphragm.

Teaching/Laboratory Assistant for Undergraduate Classes [1/2015 – 3/2016]

• Introductory Electronics, the Electrical Engineering Profession, Electromagnetic Sensors for IoT

Tech/Dev Engineer (Photonics) - Illumina San Francisco, California [6/2015 – 9/2015]

• Optimization of Photonic-Crystal based devices to enhance the Signal-to-Noise Ratio 5-10x in Illumina’s commercial
fluorescence-based DNA Sequencing platform.

Engineer - Banpil Photonics Santa Clara, California [6/2014 – 10/2014]

• Electrical and Optical characterization of III-V infrared detectors for multispectral imaging and telecommunication
interconnect applications.

Undergraduate Research – Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University [10/2013 – 3/2014]

Carbon Nanotube Field-Effect Transistors (Prof. Phillip Wong)
• Worked with Ph.D students to improve the density of Single Walled-Carbon Nanotube aligned growth processes
• Responsible for FET device fabrication and characterization to achieve CMOS-comparable drive currents

Silicon Thin-Film Solar Cells (Prof. James Harris) [6/2013 – 9/2013]

• Optimized the transparency and sheet resistance of a nanopatterened top metallic electrode
• Simulation of electrical and optical characteristics; Verification with device fabrication and testing

Cladding Injected Photonic Crystal Laser design + fabrication (Prof. James Harris) [6/2012 – 9/2012]
• Project included designing and optimizing a GaAs-based photonic crystal waveguide capable of lasing
• Directly contributed to modification of waveguide epitaxy to maximize both optical and electrical confinement
• Programming Software: FEA (Comsol), FDTD (Lumerical), Sentaurus Device Simulator, PC1D Solar-cell modeler,
MatLab, Java, C++, Gwyddion (Image Processing), Simulation + Testing Automation Environments
• Device Fabrication: Experience working in MEMS & Nanofabrication Clean Rooms: Contact/Optical/E-beam
Lithography, Wet/Dry Etching, Metallization, CVD, Wafer Bonding, Wafer Grinding/CMP, Process metrology
• Characterization: Optics Bench, Photodiode Q.E, Optical Trans/Refl, Diode IV Curve, Solar Cell EQE , SEM, AFM, VNA,
Lock-in Amplifiers, mechanical Ring-down measurements, Laser Doppler Vibrometry,
• Languages: Proficient in French || Music: Classical Cello (study at Manhattan School of Music, NYC 9 years)

• EE101a (Circuits I): Designed and built a single-stage, broadband, 10x Gain Analog Audio Amplifier
• EE101b (Circuits II): Designed and built a multi-stage analog MOSFET amplifier (2x on launch, 3x on detection) for
conversion of audio into IR signal, propagation through free space, detection, and then recreation of the audio signal
using a piezoelectric speaker.
• EE40 (Lab TA): Designed and built an analog implementation of Pulse-Width-Modulation using 555timers. Delivers
oscillating power to an LED display. Photoresistors allow for user manipulation of the oscillation frequency.
• EE234 (Photonics Lab): Designed and attempted to build an optical tweezing set-up for particle and cell manipulation
based on crossing HeNe lasers. Involved 3D printing of custom optical components.
APPPHYS233 (Biophysics Imaging Lab): Successfully built optical tweezers and other optical microscopy/investigation
techniques for analyzing biological samples. Other projects involved: SERS and DIC microscopy.
• PSYCH221 Applied Vision Systems): Worked on post-process recreation of underwater color/images using the
IntelRealSense RGB + Depth sensors and the absorption spectrum of water.
• APPPHYS304 (Laser Lab): Built a number of different laser systems for probing device operation. See syllabus online.

• Piezoelectric Single Crystal 6H Silicon Carbide MEMS Resonators
o R. Perahia, L.D. Sorenson, J.L. Bregman, L.X. Huang, M.S. White, K.S. Holabird, and D.T. Chang, Hilton Head (May 2018) -
• Monolithic Silicon-on-Nothing Photonic Crystal Pressure Sensor
o J. Bregman, K. Wong, O. Solgaard. IEEE Transducers (July, 2017) DOI: 10.1109
• Development of High-Performance SWIR InGaAs Focal Plane Arrays
o J. Bregman, R. Nagi, R. Olah, P. Odour, A. Dutta SPIE Photonics West Conference Paper (Feb, 2015) [9388-25]
• Nanostructured dielectric layer – A new approach to design nanostructured solar cells
o Y. Chen, Y. Kang, Y. Huo, D. Liang, L. Zhao, J. Jia, J. Kim, L. Yao, J. Bregman, J. Harris. IEEE PVSC-40 (621-A6, 2014)
• Optical Properties and Dimensions of AuNP Assemblies
o J. Bregman, T. Christiansen, M. Lahav, M. Orbach. M. Van der Boom. ISSI Research Report (2011 – Internal
• MoO3 Films Spin-Coated rom a Nanoparticle Suspension or Efficient Hole-Injection in Organic Electronics
o J. Meyer, R. Khalandovsky, P. Gorn, A. Kahn. Advanced Materials (vol. 23, is. 1, 2010). Acknowledged


• Stanford Dept. of El. Engineering: Agilent Departmental Design Project 2014 & 2015
• Stanford Dept. of El. Engineering: Honorable Mention – Digital Logic Design Project 2013
• Bessie F. Lawrence InterNat’l Summer Science Institute Scholarships (ISSI) || Hubert M. Alyea Award for Chemistry
• IEEE Society, Stanford Chapter – Co-Chair + Industry Liaison (2013-2016): Establish relationships with companies and
start-ups in Silicon Valley. Develop interest in research and industry collaboration.
• Stanford Concert Network –Event Coordinator (2012-2014): Production and Hosting of music events on campus for
university-sponsored or student-run activities.