Department for Energy-Efficient Analog Circuits and Systems
The Department for Energy-Efficient Analog Circuits and Systems covers the design of analog and
mixed-signal circuits and systems, with emphasis on low-power circuit techniques,
radio-frequency integrated circuits, power-management and energy harvesting. Using our strong
background in circuit and systems design for cellular communications we are exploring novel power amplifier
technologies, 5G cellular communication, low-power wireless sensor networks and new approaches in energy
harvesting and power management.We are also active in the area of electro-static discharge protection
of circuits and systems which special consideration of electromagnetic interference.
For students, we offer lectures for graduate and undergraduate students and supervise Bachelor
as well as Master theses. In addition, PhD theses are offered for further studies.
- March 16, 2017: Formal opening of the Christian Doppler Laboratory for Digitally Assisted RF
Transceivers for Future Mobile Communications at the JKU. Our researcher Ehrentraud Hager is part of