A robot built by students in the ED program.
Division of Physics and Electronics
The division of Physics and Electronics (FE) is multi-disciplinary and spans a vast range of subjects including theoretical physics, materials physics, automatic control and the design and production of electronics systems. Examples of ongoing research are high frequency (GHz-THz) electronics, novel electronic components comprised of organic materials, bioelectronics, nanostructures for technical and medical applications, and photonic devices. Some members of the research group conduct research in physics didactics, which fits in well with the undergraduate education initiatives of the group.
In total, about 65 staff members are employed in the FE area. A little more than half of these are postgraduate students. The majority of the staff shares their time between research and teaching.
Additional information is available via the links on the left.
Head of division is Michael Hörnquist
Head of undergraduate studies is Adriana Serban
Last updated: 2013-09-17