Bram Veraverbeke

  • Cryo-CMOS
  • Mixed-signal and analog circuits
  • Low-power integrated circuits
Bram Veraverbeke
Bram Veraverbeke
Phd student
Analog and power management circuits
Quantum and cryogenic circuits
+32 16 33 07 22

Current research topic

Career overview

Bram Veraverbeke was born in Leuven, Belgium in 1998.

In 2021, he received the M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from the KU Leuven, Belgium. The subject of his Master’s thesis was “Design of fully integrated high-voltage switched-capacitor DC-DC converters in GaN”.

Currently, he is am FWO funded research assistant at MICAS where he is working towards a PhD degree on Cryo-CMOS circuits for quantum computing, under the guidance of Prof. dr. ir. Filip Tavernier.


A 240V to 47.5 V Fully Integrated Switched-Capacitor Converter in GaN Achieving 62.6% Efficiency at 220 mW/mm² Bram Veraverbeke, Tim Thielemans, Tuur Van Daele, and Filip Tavernier · Conference Proceeding · Jan 1. 2022 2022 17th Conference on Ph.D Research in Microelectronics and Electronics (PRIME); 2022; pp. 249 - 252

Awards & honors

2023: Analog Devices' Outstanding Student Designer Award


  • Teaching assistent for Elektronische basisschakelingen (B-KUL-H01M3A)
  • Teaching assistent for Elektronische netwerken (B-KUL-H01Z2A)
  • Ombuds for the master of electrical engineering