Sensors and actuators are the interfaces between the physical and the electrical world. Our research covers various aspects of the measurement chain ranging from the physical sensor and actuator effects, conversion to/from electrical signals, analog signal conditioning to digital signal processing, frequently within a “smart sensor” or “smart actuator”. Simulations of physical effects and robust optimization of the systems are also of major importance.
Furthermore, we are also interested in transducer interfaces such as wireless communication between passive (no batteries, no mains) sensors and base stations.
- Sensor Design and Optimization
- FEM Modeling
- Robust Optimization
- Signal Processing
- Prototype Construction
- Near Field Sensor Technology
- Capacitive Technology
- Magnetic/Inductive Technology
- Soft Field Tomography
- Robot Sensing
- Autarkic Wireless Sensors and Internet of Things
- Low power sensor effects and signal processing
- Energy Harvesting
- Wireless Communication
- Electronic Device Descriptions
- Measurement Uncertainty and Reliability
- Modular Robotics
Interested in joining the team? Don’t hesitate to contact us for more information!