Electromagnetics and Microwaves

Our researchers in electromagnetics and microwaves focus on comprehending, controlling, and leveraging the physical phenomena associated with electric and magnetic fields, including the intricate propagation of electromagnetic waves. These foundational concepts extend across various domains, influencing everything from the voltages and currents within circuits to the transmission of radio waves between antennas and the nuanced interaction of light and matter at the nanoscale.

At the heart of our exploration lies the significance of radio frequencies, microwaves, and millimeter-wave frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum. These elements are pivotal in practical applications spanning wireless and satellite communications, radar systems, sensing technologies, astronomy, high-speed microelectronics, and biomedical imaging. Join us in electromagnetics and microwave research, where theoretical knowledge intertwines with hands-on applications, offering students an immersive and impactful experience.

Current research:

  • RF/microwave and millimetre-wave circuits and devices
  • RF integrated circuits (RFICs)
  • RF micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS)
  • Ultrawideband (UWB) antennas and radar systems
  • components for wireless communication systems and networks
  • computational electromagnetics
  • modelling of electromagnetic effects in power systems
  • fundamental electromagnetic theory
  • metamaterials and engineered electromagnetic composites/surfaces
  • terahertz studies
  • Intelligent Antennas and Radio Systems
  • Integrated Sensors and Antennas
  • Antenna and microwave circuits 3D printing of Electronics

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