The Boston University Electronics Design Facility designs and builds advanced electronics in support of research science and education. The EDF develops a broad range of instrumentation, from small “black box” circuits for a lab to large systems. Areas of specialty include RF, low-noise circuits, programmable logic and impedance controlled fine-line multi-layer printed circuit boards (PCB). Since 1986 the EDF has contributed to research at the Framingham Heart Study, Fermi National Lab, CERN, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and many other sites.
- 2 Senior Engineers
- 1 Electronics Engineer
- 1 Technician / Administrator
- 3-5 Student Technicians
Eric Hazen (Director) founded the EDF in 1986. He has over 40 years experience in electronics design, software development and project management. Mr. Hazen is skilled at embedded system design, software development and analog and digital circuit design.
E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 617-353-6120 Office: PRB 461 (in the back)
Shouxiang Wu (Senior Engineer) has been with the EDF since 1999. Previously he worked with Nobel laureate Samuel Ting on the L3 experiment at CERN. Mr. Wu has considerable expertise in fast synchronous logic design, printed circuit board layout, and analog design.
E-mail: email@example.com Phone: 617-353-5102 Office: PRB 467
Dan Gastler (Electrical Engineer) has been with the EDF since 2013. He has a Ph.D. in Physics and extensive experience in data acquisition, printed circuit board design, logic design using FPGAs and software development.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 617-353-9135 Office: PRB 457
Chris Lawlor (Administrative Coordinator) has been with the EDF since 2004. He handles administrative and technical tasks for the EDF, including record-keeping, purchasing, prototype assembly and testing, and equipment repair.
E-mail: email@example.com Phone: 617-353-4117 Office: PRB 461