The EMC Lab has a large, fully fully anechoic chamber. It provides a platform for teaching and research, and it serves as an industrial test ground to solve electromagnetic problems.
Current projects include photo acoustic technique for tomographic studies. We are particularly interested in the integration of transmitter and detector of the same sensor.
The microelectronics lab is both where the majority of the electronics required in our different research projects is assembled, and our facility for evaluating the integrated circuits designed in our research on analog integrated circuits.