Robert Baker is an articling student in our Toronto office. He received his Juris Doctor from the University of Toronto.
Robert completed his M.A.Sc. in Electrical Engineering at the University of Toronto, where he designed and characterized high-speed chips for fiber optics and wrote his thesis entitled, “Large Swing Optical Modulator Drivers for 100+ GBaud Applications.”
Robert obtained his B.A.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, where he wrote his thesis entitled, “Predicting Phase-Locked Loop Stability Using Stochastic Bounds.”
Prior to his legal studies, Robert interned as a programmer at Cineplex Entertainment in Toronto, and at Ontario Die International in Kitchener, Ontario. He also interned as a hardware engineer at NVIDIA Corporation in Santa Clara, California, and Apple Inc. in Cupertino, California.
- Industry Involvement
- In the Media
- Student Member, IEEE
- Member, IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society
- “SiGe BiCMOS Linear Modulator Drivers with 4.8-Vpp Differential Output Swing for 120-GBaud Applications,” (co-authors: J. Hoffman, P. Schvan, and S. P. Voinigescu), IEEE RFIC Symposium, June 2017
- “Phase-locked loop stability based on stochastic bounds,” (co-authors: B. Leung and C. Nielsen), Analog Integr. Circuits Signal Process, November 2015, Vol. 85(2), pp. 323-333