Il Dipartimento di ELETTRONICA E TELECOMUNICAZIONI (DET) è la struttura di riferimento dell'Ateneo nell'area culturale dell'Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), per gli aspetti relativi alle telecomunicazioni, ai sistemi ed apparati elettronici, ai circuiti, ai dispositivi e alle tecnologie, nonché alle tecniche di caratterizzazione e misura e ai settori collegati come la bioingegneria.
Il DET promuove, coordina e gestisce la ricerca fondamentale e quella applicata, la formazione, il trasferimento tecnologico e i servizi al territorio con riferimento agli ambiti dell'elettronica, dei campi elettromagnetici, delle telecomunicazioni, della bioingegneria elettronica e informatica, delle misure elettriche ed elettroniche, dell'elettrotecnica e della teoria dei circuiti.

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Roberto Graglia has received the 2021 IEEE AP-S Harrington-Mittra Computational Electromagnetics Award

Prof. Roberto D. Graglia has received the prestigious "Harrington-Mittra Computational Electromagnetics Award" from the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society "For fundamental contributions to high-order Finite Methods in computational electromagnetics".

PoliTOMOON Team

PoliTOMOON Team has been selected by ESA as one of the world best 10 Teams for the ESA-ESRIC Space Resources Challenge

PoliTOMOON Team has been selected by ESA (European Space Agency) as one of the world best 10 Teams for the ESA-ESRIC Space Resources Challenge about innovative Robotic Prospecting Technologies for the lunar south pole.

Second prize in Student Paper competition at URSI General Assembly

Second prize in Student Paper competition at URSI General Assembly

Ph.D. Student David Rodriguez received the second prize in the Student Paper competition of the URSI (International Union of Radio Science) General Assembly and Scientific Symposium 2021, held in Rome from 28.August to 4. September.

Best Student Paper award won by Felipe Treviso - EMC group

DET is happy to announce that the Best Student Paper Award was granted to the PhD candidate Felipe Treviso at the 25th IEEE Workshop on Signal and Power Integrity (online, May 12, 2021)

Gianluca Setti has been appointed as the Editor-in-Chief of the Proceedings of the IEEE for a second term

DET is pleased to announce that prof. Gianluca Setti has been appointed as the Editor-in-Chief of the Proceedings of the IEEE (http://proceedingsoftheieee.ieee.org/) for a second term (2022-2024).

From Bonds to Bands: (Opto-)Electronic Properties of Chalcogenides for Data Storage and Energy Conversion

Chalcogenides form a vast material class with a wide range of applications, such as data storage, energy conversion, spintronics. This seminar will engage with the very diverse chemical and physical properties of chalcogenides and their correlation.

https://zoom.us/j/92178195339?pwd=UkF3NTEzY1JteURoNTQ5VU1EamNRdz09 - Wednesday, June 16th 2021, 15:00