EISLAB Industrial Electronics contributes to industry and companies with research within the realms of Sensor Systems, Electronic Design, Embedded EMC and Electronics Production.
The Electronic Design group at EISLAB performs research on analog and mixed-signal design for sensor systems, embedded systems, and vehicle electronics. The group covers a wide range of projects, ranging from high efficiency motor drivers, through wireless platforms for sensor networking, down to low-noise transistor design on silicon.
The EMC-Lab at EISLAB has two main purposes. Primarily it will serve as a research and teaching facility (see Related Courses below). It will also serve as a resource for the electronic industry in the region. Research is performed on fundamental electromagnetic problems, using both simulations and experimental approaches. Simulations are made using the PEEC (Partial Element Equivalent Circuit) approach and the experimental work is directed towards EMC barriers.