|Applied Electromagnetics||Optoelectronics, Electronics, Nanotechnology and Biosystems|
|Wireless Communications||Networking||Computer Engineering and Control Systems|
Electromagnetic engineering is one of the pillars of EE. Our team strives for advancing the application of electromagnetics through experimental, theoretical, and computational research. With the facilities of the State Key Laboratory of Millimeter Waves and Applied Electromagnetic Laboratory, the team has been pushing the frontiers in the designs of antennas and RFICs for high frequencies reaching the millimeter-wave as well as the terahertz frequencies. Applications of ranges from wireless communications to imaging.
The team is devoted to the research on: antenna theory and design; millimetre-wave devices and circuits; terahertz science and technology; computational electromagnetics; and electromagnetic compatibility.
The team consists of the following faculty members:
|Faculty Members||Research Interests|
|Prof. CHAN, C H||Computational Electromagnetics, Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Circuits, Antennas, Terahertz Science & Technology|
|Dr. CHAN, W S||High-Power RF and Microwave, Amplifiers, RF and Microwave Engineering|
|Prof. KUO, Way||Modeling, Evaluating and Estimating Reliability of Electronics/Nuclear Systems|
|Prof. LEUNG, K W||Antenna Theory and Design, Computational Electromagnetics|
|Dr. LEUNG, Peter S W||Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Bio-medical Impacts Electromagnetic Field to Human Cells, EMC Management in Fixed Installations and Railway Systems, Electromagnetic Radiation to Human Safety|
|Prof. LUK, K M||Antenna Design, Microwave and Antenna Measurements, Applied Electromagnetics|
|Dr. TSANG, K F||Mobile Health, Smart Metering and Building Automation, Wireless Communications, RF ASIC, Microwave/Millimeter Wave Engineering|
|Dr. WONG, Steve H||Antennas, Millimeter Wave Technologies, Applied Electromagnetics|
|Dr. WONG, Alex M H||Metamaterials and Metasurfaces, Super-resolution, Superoscillations, Antennas, Applied Electromagnetics|
|Prof. XUE, Quan||Microwave and Antennas|