Gregor Lasser was born in March 1983 in Vienna, Austria. He attended grammar school from 1993 to 2001 in Vienna. Mr Lasser has been studying Telecommunication Engineering at the Vienna University of Technology since 2001 with a one year break in 2002/2003 for alternative civilian service. With finishing his diploma thesis entitled “Development of UHF Frontend Modules for a comprehensive RFID Rapid Prototyping System” he earned his master degree in October 2008 with distinction. In October 2014 he finished his Ph.D. thesis entitled “Passive RFID for automotive Sensor Applications”, also with distinction. For the presentation of his Ph.D. thesis he received the ETIT faculty award of TU-Wien in 2015.
His research interests at TU-Wien included RFID tags and reader hardware for sensor applications, intelligent antennas, and RF measurement techniques.
He is now with the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he works on efficient broadband power amplifiers and antenna systems for direction finding and HF communications.
His hobbies include electronics, ham radio (licensed as OE1GLC) and vintage communication and measurement equipment, as well as Swimming, Sailing, Traveling and visiting Theaters and Museums.
Gregor Lasser served as advisor for the 2010’s Telecommunication Cercle and is the current Vice-President of the Telecommunication Cercle Association.