Research at EE

Research within the School of Electrical Engineering, EE, is characterized by international collaboration and exchange, industrial participation, large degree of external funding, and extensive participation in EU's framework programmes.

Electrical Engineering in the twenty-first century spans a wide area of subjects far beyond its historical roots. EE undertakes research within five interdisciplinary strategic areas.

Research projects

Read more about the EE's research projects.

Research projects

Strategic research areas

  • Energy and Electrical Power
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Intelligent Transport Systems
  • Micro and Nanosystems (MEMS)
  • Space, Plasma and Fusion

Research areas

Our research is conducted at the School's eleven departments:

Automatic Control

Communication Networks

Communication Theory

Electric Power Systems

Electrical Energy Conversion

Electromagnetic Engineering

Fusion Plasma Physics

Industrial Information and Control Systems

Micro and Nanosystems

Signal Processing

Space and Plasma Physics