Faculty of Computer Science and Electrical Enginieering
Theses for Student Projects
We investigate future applications for polymer-based optical waveguides in both data communication and bio-medical sensing.
Optofluidic is a field of research and technology that combines optical and microfluidic features.
The conversion of ambient energy present in the environment, mainly “ambient vibration”, into electrical energy.
Quick temper free curing of coating materials, thermosetting resins and free flowing thermosettings for making electric insulators by help of microwaves.
Physical and technological characterization of self melting soldering pastes.
Development and characterization of joining materials for electronic high temperature power modules
Miniaturized Faraday-induction-based magnetic resonance sensors are radio-frequency (RF) micro-devices that operate within strong magnetic fields.
Model order reduction (MOR) automatically enables a system-level simulation.
Optimised Insulator solutions for power electronics.