The Microwave Electronics Laboratory is responsible for both undergraduate and graduate courses within the research area of the laboratory.

Graduate courses

Empirical modeling of microwave devices

The course objective is to teach methods commonly used in the microwave community for empirical device modeling, i.e. for development of small- and large signal models from measurements and physical understanding of dominant device mechanisms.
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Physical simulation of semiconductor devices

The course will give a deep theoretical background, as well as a broad knowledge about the benefits and different areas of applications for physical based simulation of semiconductor devices (usually referred to as TCAD).
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Undergraduate Courses

Microwave Electronics Laboratory is responsible for the following undergraduate courses:
Courses in collaboration with the Photonics Laboratory:
Course in collaboration with Radio and Space Science:
High frequency electromagnetic waves


Published: Thu 06 Sep 2012. Modified: Tue 06 May 2014