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At the department Physics and electrical engineering, we develop electronic components and systems, both out of curiosity to see what we can do, and a desire to contribute to increased quality of life.
Some examples of ongoing research are electronic plants, smart cities, the electronics in the human body as well as the request of electricity from handwriting.
Graduate education takes place in organic electronics, physical electronics and communication electronics. In the years 2011 - 2015, we have examined 38 doctors, while we are responsible each year for about 35 courses in the undergraduate program.
The department consists of about 70 people, including 20 doctoral students. We have employees from all continents, spread across 20 different countries.