Institutionen för elektronik och nanoteknik

Institutionen för elektronik och nanoteknik

Institutionen för elektronik och nanoteknik (ELE) bedriver forskning och arrangerar relaterade kurser inom elektromagnetism, mikro- och nanoteknologi, radioteknik och rymdteknik med ett internationellt team av över 150 forskare och forskarassistenter.

Institutionen är en del av Högskolan för elektroteknik vid Aalto-universitetet (Aalto ELEC) med forskningsanläggningar och -instrument av världsklass: de största renrummen i Norden finns på mikro- och nanoteknikcentret Micronova. Se våra forskningsinfrastrukturer här.

  

aalto2 andaalto1 satellites

Forskning

Fotonik och nanoteknik

Photonics

The Photonics Group is part of the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, Aalto University. The group studies electrical and optical properties of various nanomaterials for photonic and optoelectronic applications. The group is located in the Micronova Research Center.

Nanowire optical gate

Optoelectronics

The Optoelectronics group is part of the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, Aalto University. The group is located in the nanofabrication research center Micronova.

Etched GaN surface

Nanoscience and Advanced Materials

The Nanoscience and Advanced Materials group is part of the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, Aalto University. The group is located in the nanofabrication research center Micronova and has about 15 researchers. The group hosts Tekes-funded FiDiPro (Finland Distinguished Professor) Nasser Peyghambarian from University of Arizona jointly with University of Eastern Finland. Research is mainly funded by external sources, especially the National Technology Agency (Tekes), the Academy of Finland, EU, ESA and industry.

Nanotechnology Group

Micro and Quantum Systems

The Micro and Quantum Systems group is part of the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, Aalto University. The group is located in the nanofabrication research center Micronova.

Micro and Quantum Systems Group

Electron Physics

The Electron Physics group is part of the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, Aalto University. Our research and education is focused on semiconductor materials and device physics.

Hele Savin Group

Mikrovågor och integrerad kretskortsdesign

Antennas and Wireless Sensors

Three main research areas of the Antennas and Wireless Sensors group are Antennas for mobile devices, Beam-steerable millimeter-wave antennas for mobile networks and RF-powered wireless devices.

Millimeter-wave Vivaldi array

Antennas and propagation

The antennas and propagation group is part of the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, Aalto University. The group covers a broad range of research topics in radio frequency design, measurements and modelling. In particular, the group focuses on antenna measurement and evaluation techniques, multiple-element antenna arrays including massive MIMO, radio frequency measurements for radar objects and cellular mobile scenarios, and study and demonstion of antenna effects on radio link performance for novel applications such as beyond-5G and medical scenarios. We have access to diverse radio frequency measurement facilities including anechoic chambers for characterising antennas, millimetre-wave channel sounders and real-time waveform devices such as wideband universal software defined radio peripherals. The group is located in the TUAS-building.

Magnetic simulations

Millimetre Wave and THz Techniques

The Millimetre Wave and THz Techniques group aims to find the killer application for THz radiation. Our work interdisciplinary work spans the space from basic research to extensive application evaluation and leverages tight integration with intended end users. We are active in building end-to-end systems engineered specifically to application requirements that support new science/metrology enabled by Millimetre Wave and THz Techniques.

Cornea

Electronic Circuit Design

In Electronic Circuit Design (ECD) Group, the vision of high quality education and research is realized through implementations of integrated electronic circuits, i.e. microchips, in close collaboration with leading academic and industrial partners.

Die microphotograph of an interface chip

Rymdvetenskap och -teknik

Space Technology

Space Technology group is part of the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, Aalto University. The group is located in the TUAS-building.

aalto-2 satellite

Space Physics

Space Physics group is part of the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, Aalto University. The group is located in the Maarintie 8 building.

space weather

Space Weather

Space Weather group is part of the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, Aalto University. The group is located in the TUAS-building.

Sunwind

Magnetism

Magnetism and applications is studied by Eija Tanskanen group that is part of the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, Aalto University. The main research topic is the magnetic environment on ground, near-Earth space, moon and solar surface. Magnetic disturbances vary in time-scales from seconds and minutes to seasons and solar cycles (11- and 22-years). The magnetic environment is monitored by magnetometers which data is used to detect auroral substorms and their seasonal pattern, Pc5 pulsations, Alfvénic fluctuations embedded to fast solar wind, solar surface magnetic field topology, coronal hole morphology and stellar variability. The group is located in the second floor of the TUAS building.

Magnetism

Radio Astronomy

Radio Astronomy is studied by Anne Lähteenmäki Group that is part of the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, Aalto University. The group is located in the Metsähovi Radio Observatory.

Radiotelescope

Electromagnetik

Electromagnetics

Electromagnetics group is part of the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, Aalto University.

Dipoli radiation animation

Advanced Electromagnetic Materials and Structures

The group explores advanced electromagnetic structures – those with ultimately unusual and useful electromagnetic properties. The group is part of the Department of Electronics and Nanoengineering, Aalto University. Research interests span over a wide range of topics of electromagnetic theory and applications and comprise metamaterials and metasurfaces, including nanostructured metamaterials and metasurfaces, plasmonics, graphene, all-dielectric nanophotonics, scattering, and diffraction. Main application areas of interest include antennas for all frequency ranges (from nanoantennas operating in the hundreds of THz to radiofrequency coils for magnetic resonance imaging operating at MHz), wireless power transfer, solar cells, thermophotovoltaic generators and some other areas of applied nanophotonics. The group is located in the TUAS-building.

bianisotropic flatland
ele probe

Forskningsinfrastruktur

Institutionen för elektronik och nanoteknik har en forskningsinfrastruktur i världsklass som  tillåter oss att bedriva forskning och undervisning i världsklass i ämnen som elektromagnetik och materialstudier, elektronisk kretsdesign, mikroelektronik, radiovetenskap och ingenjörskonst samt rymdvetenskap och teknologi. Läs mer.

Studier

Institutionen för elektronik och nanoteknik organiserar kandidatkurser, arrangerar magisterprogrammet i elektronik och nanodesign (Master's Programme in Electronics and Nanotechnology) och erbjuder doktorsstudier.

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Aalto University / Olli Paloviita lähettää auton kisaan / photo: Linda Koskinen
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professor Caterina Soldano, photo Annamari Tolonen
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Passion och tålamod är de viktigaste egenskaperna hos en forskare

Professor Caterina Soldano har som mål att utveckla nästa generation av elektronik
Aalto University / Salu Ylirisku / photo: Linda Koskinen
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Vad gör en doktor i konst på Högskolan för elektroteknik?

När Salu Ylirisku började jobba som lärare i design på Högskolan för elektroteknik fick han ofta just den frågan. Nu, ett och ett halvt år senare, tycker han att det blivit lättare att besvara frågan.
Aalto University / First year master’s student Oskari Lehtonen / photo: Linda Koskinen
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I kandidatprogrammet för bioinformationsteknologi löser man uppgifter tillsammans och det är det bästa

Tack vare det breda kursutbudet och den fria rörligheten mellan högskolorna kunde Oskari Lehtonen fördjupa sig i de ämnen som intresserade honom mest.

Här hittar du oss

Marvägen 8

Tidigare TUAS-byggnaden. Mån-tor 7.45-20.00, fre 7.45-20.00.

Maarintie 8 at Aalto University campus

Micronova

Datavägen 3. Öppet: mån-fre 8.00-16.30

Micronova cleanroom kuva: Aino Huovio

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