Electronic Circuit Design
Key activities within the research infrastructure include IC design to meet the requirements of modern
technology, e.g. 5G radio transmitter, designed for the small fifth generation base stations.
The ECD unit attracts serious amount of external funding, mainly from Academy of Finland, the Finnish
Funding Agency for Innovation (Tekes), European Union research programs, and various industrial and corporate partners.
Advanced architectures for RF radio transceivers research produces innovative solutions to improve the communication capacity and energy efficiency of emerging radio receiver generations. Circuit solutions aim to fully exploit the benefits of modern CMOS scaling by seeking solutions based on digital-intensive and digitally assisted, nonlinearity and interference tolerant RF-circuits.
Faculties involved: Prof. Jussi Ryynänen, D.Sc. Marko Kosunen, D.Sc. Kari Stadius
Sensor electronics and energy harvesting for wireless sensor networks, wearable, and implant applications research provides solutions for signal acquisition, power control and communications for wireless sensor devices of Internet of Everything and personalized customer electronics. As IoE devices merge the physical environment and internet seamlessly, the wearable and implant applications targets for improved personalized user experience through advanced wireless user interfaces and information acquisition for personal health and well-being applications. The research aims to ultra low-power implementations of analog and digital electronics in energy scarce application environment.
Faculties involved: Prof. Kari Halonen, Prof. Jussi Ryynänen, D.Sc. Marko Kosunen
Professor Jussi Ryynänen
Email: jussi.ryynanen at aalto.fi
Tel.: +358 50 3841 720
Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering
Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering
P.O. Box 15500, 00076 Aalto, Finland
Maarintie 8, 02150 Espoo