The Electronic Design group at 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 drives, through wireless platforms for sensor networking, down to low-noise transistor design on silicon.
The group has through the Europractice cooperation possibilities to manufacture on-chip designs in a wide range of processes. A well equipped microelectronics laboratory allows chip scale handling and mounting such as die bonding and wire bonding, as well as traditional surface mount technology. The laboratory is also well equipped for on and off chip measurement purposes.