List of courses

The group is involved in the following courses:

EE1C31 Amplifiers and instrumentation (5 EC)

This course introduces the basics of electronic circuits for processing and amplification of information-carrying signals, and the basics of electronic instrumentation.

EE1L21 EPO-2: Smart Robot Challenge (5 EC)

Build, program and operate a functional autonomous mobile robot

EE1P11 Classical and Quantum Mechanics (5 EC)

"Classical and Quantum Mechanics" (EE1P11) teaches the basic elements of physics that are required to become an electrical engineer.

EE4520 Analog CMOS design I (3 EC)

Design of basic analog circuits in modern CMOS technology

EE4525 Analog CMOS design II (3 EC)

EE4575 Electronics for quantum computation (5 EC)

Concepts of quantum computing with focus on practical implementation for a quantum computer

EE4610 Digital IC Design (3 EC)

Analysis and design of digital systems with full comprehension of its performance, power dissipation, size and reliability.

EE4C08 Measurement and instrumentation (5 EC)

A broad introduction to measurement and instrumentation systems

EE4C10 Analog Circuit Design Fundamentals (5 EC)

ET4127 Themes in Biomedical Electronics (4 EC)

BioMEMS, biosensors, bioelectronics, ultrasound, microfluidics, wavefield imaging in monitoring, diagnosis and treatment

ET4260 Microsystem integration (4 EC)

Fundamental and practical aspects of integrated microsystems in silicon

ET4278 Over-sampled data converters (4 EC)

Design of sigma-delta modulators for communication and instrumentation

ET4382 Power conversion techniques in CMOS technology (3 EC)

This course teaches you how to design class D audio amplifiers, inductive and capacitive DC-DC converters in CMOS technology.

ET4390 Imaging sensors (5 EC)

Architectures and techniques for system-on-chip imaging devices

TM12001 Advanced Signal Acquisition (5 EC)

Instrumentation for technical medicine