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.
NXP SCHOLARSHIP ON ‘MILLIMETER WAVE WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY’
It is with pleasure that we announce that once again, for the 2023 scholarship round, there are 10 available scholarships for first year master’s students.
What does the NXP scholarship entail
The selected students will receive a scholarship of € 5000 in the first year, and the 5 best prior year scholarship recipients also in the second year. Furthermore, scholarship recipients will be assigned to a coach, and enter the Connected World Technologies track of the EE master’s program with relevant courses related to Millimeter Wave Technology. First-year recipients are required to take part in a team project supervised by NXP running from Nov-June in the first year and may also choose to do their internship and graduation projects with NXP. They are also offered the opportunity to join the Honor’s Academy. At the end of the master’s program, students will receive a special certificate next to their regular master’s diploma in Electrical Engineering.
Who can apply
Interested bachelor students in Electrical Engineering from TU/e, TU Delft or UT are invited to submit their CV, grade list, motivation letter and a short video pitch to the selection committee up to July 2nd 2023. This includes Electrical Engineering students from Dutch Universities of Applied Sciences who have finished the pre-master’s program. More info
Our group works along 5 Labs
Electromagnetic and multi-physics modeling and computation Lab
We focus on developing fast, flexible and accurate computational methods for electromagnetics and multi-physics to model multi-domain…
The Care & Cure Lab of the Electromagnetics group (EM4C&C) is an important driver for medical technology research at Eindhoven University of…
EM Antenna Systems Lab
Within the EM Antenna Systems Lab our research efforts are focused on merging traditional microwave engineering and antenna disciplines. In…
EM for Radio Science Lab
The Radio Science Lab focusses on the design of next generation radio telescopes. Realizing the means through which radio astronomers can…
We develop new measurement techniques (deep tech) and equipment to characterize the upcoming generations of wireless
Meet some of our Researchers
Martijn van Beurden
Bas de Hon
Teun van den Biggelaar
Nazanin Farid Mohajer
Kevin van Hastenberg
Martijn de Kok
Maxwell modeling for chip metrology target electromagnetic-scattering analysis with cross talk (MAX META-XT)
Space-based radio astronomy
INTENSE - Innovative NeuroTEchNology for SociEty
Learning based control in MR-guided hyperthermia for 3D adaptive therapy (Learn 2 act)
In Learn-2-Act, a multi-disciplinary consortium will develop learning-based control methods that exploit MR-temperature maps to heat tissue…
NESTOR P15-42 project 5 Wireless system development
NESTOR is a 4-year programme, funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk…
Personalised Neurostimulation: HD-EEG-based transcranial stimulation to treat refractory epilepsy patients
Stimulating the brain with implanted electrodes is a successful, but very drastic measure. Researchers from Eindhoven University of…
Priming the epileptic brain
In Prep, we study if brain stimulation can help to reduce or replace pharmacotherapeutic treatment of epilepsy
For international students
With the launch of the MOOC Microwave Engineering and Antennas in 2020 the new 'MicroMasters Wireless Technologies' program was introduced. This program consists of two online master courses, the second RF and millimeter-Wave Circuit Design has been launched in 2021.
The MicroMasters provide international students the opportunity to gain expertise in the fast developing area of 5G and 6G wireless communications. In addition, they can obtain 15 educational credits (ECTS). These credits can be used in the future when students start their Master at TU/e in Electrical Engineering. The development of the MicroMasters is funded/supported by the BOOST program of TU/e.
TU/e is the first University in The Netherlands to offer this opportunity to international top talent.
Our most recent peer reviewed publications
A rational-expansion-based method to compute Gabor coefficients of 2D indicator functions supported on polygonal domainMathematics and Computers in Simulation (2023)
Simulating a computer-generated waveguide hologram scattering problem with an artificial 2D Gaussian beam source(2023)
Approximate Kalman filtering for large-scale systems with an application to hyperthermia cancer treatments(2023)
Ka-band Transmitarray with Integrated High-Power Amplifiers for Limited-Scan Applications(2023)
Characterization of Dielectric Properties of 3D printing Materials for Solid Biomedical Phantoms(2023)