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
Bas de Hon
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
Reflection confocal nanoscopy using a super-oscillatory lensOptics Express (2019)
Nonlinear dispersive model of electroporation for irregular nucleated cellsBioelectromagnetics (2019)
DIY electromagnetic phantoms for biomedical wireless power transfer experimentsWireless Power Week 2019 (2019)
A phase-cycled temperature-sensitive fast spin echo sequence with conductivity bias correction for monitoring of mild RF hyperthermia with PRFSMagnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine (MAGMA) (2019)
High-efficiency and wideband aperiodic array of uniformly excited slotted waveguide antennas designed through compressive sensingIEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation (2019)