A project by ENIAC JU

Technische Universiteit Delft

TU Delft, founded by royal decree in 1842, is the oldest institution dedicated to education in engineering and the technical sciences in the Netherlands.

Consistently ranked among the top universities of technology in the world (THES 2006, EE-Times 2005) TU Delft’s excellent research and education standards are backed by outstanding facilities, research institutes and research schools.

TU Delft education programmes are nationally accredited and many are internationally recognised in professional organisations such as the American board of Engineering & Technology (ABET).

The Electronics Research Laboratory at TU Delft is an analogue circuit design group which includes RF/MMIC microelectronic design as a cornerstone of its research program. Members of the group are active in many facets of radio transceiver design using advanced silicon microelectronic technologies, ranging from PA, WLAN to ultra-wideband systems.

Within the Delft Institute for Nanoelectronics and Microelectronic Systems (DIMES), researchers have pioneered micromachining techniques for RF applications, substrate transfer techniques, development of high-quality passive components, novel RF materials, and wafer-level chip-scale packaging. TU Delft also has extensive microwave test/characterization facilities, and fabrication/assembly capabilities.

Dr. Leo de Vreede