Jonathan Buse

Dr Buse obtained his BEng and PhD in Electrical Engineering and Electronics from the University of Liverpool in 2006 and 2010, respectively. Following on from his doctoral studies, Jonathan has been involved in electronics engineering research and development. He has experience in electronics design (including schematic capture, layout and analogue simulation), HDL design, instrument automation, embedded programming, signal processing, and testing. Past projects he has worked on include active matrix control, particularly active matrix electrowetting on dielectric, and power transmission line phasor measurement.

CORE SKILLS

  • PCB Design, Schematic Capture, Layout, Analogue Simulation, Testing
  • HDL Design, State Machines, Test Benches
  • Embedded programming, Microprocessors, Digital Signal Processors
  • Active Matrix driving, Active Matrix Electrowetting on Dielectric
  • OrCAD, Matlab, Quartus
  • VHDL, C, Python

PATENTS

  • R. J. Amos, B. J. Hadwen, A. M. S. Adrian, E. J. Walton, C. J. Brown and J. Buse (2016), ‘An Electrowetting on Dielectric (EWOD) Device and a Method of Controlling an EWOD Device’, WO 2016/166944 A1, October 20
  • B. J. Hadwen and J. Buse (2016), ‘A Method of Driving an Active Matrix Electro-Wetting on Dielectric Device and an Active Matrix Electro-Wetting on Dielectric Device’, WO 2016/110901 A1, July 14
  • Q. H. Wu, J. Buse and T. Ji (2011), ‘Apparatus and Method for Measuring a Phasor of an Electrical Power System Signal’, WO 2011/089421 A1, July 28