We are the leading academic group in applied electromagnetic research in the Netherlands
Internationally, the Netherlands has a unique position in applied electromagnetic research, housing major players in areas like wireless communications, astronomy, radar, space technology, bio-electromagnetics, optical fibers and components, RF technology, and lithography. To design such applications, the electromagnetic field needs to be analyzed and optimized in complicated three-dimensional configurations. The EM group contributes to this position by developing new modeling strategies that enable the analysis and design of complex three-dimensional structures that are representative of these applications, and applying state-of-the art modeling to applications suggested by our partners, with whom we maintain long-ranging collaborations.
Meet some of our Researchers
Martijn van Beurden
We have a large number of national and international projects within our group, some of the examples
Silicon-based Ka-band massive MIMO antenna systems for new telecommunication services
Maxwell modeling for chip metrology target electromagnetic-scattering analysis with cross talk (MAX META-XT)
We aim to learn more about neurocognition by studying epilepsy, the most common neurological disease, which affects 1-2% of the population....
Space-based radio astronomy
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
Lattice resonances and local field enhancement in array of dielectric dimers for surface enhanced raman spectroscopyScientific Reports (2018)
SAR thresholds for electromagnetic exposure using functional thermal dose limitsInternational Journal of Hyperthermia (2018)
Systematic study of the cross polarization introduced by broadband antireflection layers at microwave frequenciesApplied Optics (2018)
Wilson basis expansion of electromagnetic fields and source distributions - Wave decomposition and propagation tools for optical fibre scattering20th International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications, ICEAA 2018 (2018)
Chasing the wave in a reverberation chamber2018 International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, EMC Europe 2018 (2018)