RF, Microwave and Computational Electronics

The research group interests cover a number of research topics in the field of RF, microwave and millimeter-wave active devices and integrated circuits, also including high-speed optoelectronic devices. Semiconductor numerical modeling, from ab-initio to Monte Carlo to PDE-based to thermal simulation, has also been an area of investigation during the last 20 years. More recently, the group has been involved in research on nanoelectronics and on electronics for hostile environments (high temperature and pressure).

The group owns the Microwave Electronics Laboratory and is also active in some collaboration with the Photonlab Laboratory for optoelectronic activities.

The group collaborated with COREP in implementing E@silab, a virtual laboratory used for training of students in use of electronic measurement devices.

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