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The Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology focusses on teaching and research in many fields of electrical engineering and information technology, in particular related to energy and environment, microelectronics and nanotechnology, mobile communications, new physical principles, new materials, as well as on media technology. Highly committed researchers and teachers educate highly qualified, motivated and responsible engineers, who are willing and able to cope with the future challenges of electrical engineering and information technology. Key research areas »» Aspects of modern information technology from the physical basics up to system-specific applications such as smart communication systems, signal processing, mobile and satellite communication, radar and sensor systems »» Advancement of micro- and nanoelectronic systems »» Scalable technologies and extended applications for nanostructured functional units »» Manufacturing, characterization, simulation and optimization of semiconductor components and circuits »» Power engineering and energy technologies from plant technology up to system integration »» Systems and components for AC- and high-voltage DC-networks »» System integration and components for regenerative energies, energy storage facilities and electromobility, Smart Grids »» Simulations, analyses, test procedures, production processes, perception models, quality measurement for the fields of video, audio, multimedia and man-machine interaction 35 DEPARTMENTS


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