Instrumentation and electronics plays an important role in our daily life. The limits of what can be measured and controlled electronically are continually being stretched, and the research group participate actively in this process.
Our research activities are focused within:
- Measurement Science and Instrumentation
Within measurement science we utilize various chemical and physical material properties to develop sensors and instruments for a number of applications. The multi-disciplinary nature of instrumentation also requires extensive use of mathematics and information technology, which are used for the development of electronic circuits and communication lines, for modelling, simulation and control of sensors and processes, and of course for the preparation and analysis of measurement data.
Our students are offered interesting and relevant courses and thesis projects spanning from theoretical considerations to experimental development.
Within microelectronics we develop electronics circuit devices to be implemented in various physics experiments, or we utilize advanced commercial microelectronics to solve measurement and control issues.