The laboratory mainly supports the research team of Applied Electromagnetics. The laboratory along with the State Key Laboratory of Terahertz and Millimeter Waves is well equipped with facilities for antenna design, terahertz device characterizations, millimeter-wave radiation, microwave measurement, and microwave integrated circuits (MMIC). Our USD 10 million-worth facilities not only support internal research and development activities, but also provide measurement services to external customers. Our major equipment includes:
The laboratory mainly supports the research team of Optoelectronics, Electronics, Nanotechnology and Biosystems. The laboratory hosts state-of-the-art equipment for advanced micro-/nano-processing of photonic devices, optical sensors, biomedical research, and so on. It supports also the activities of the Centre for Biosystems, Neuroscience, and Nanotechnology. The laboratory provides excellent support for running and maintaining the cleanroom in training new users. Our major equipment includes the following with details listed here:
The laboratory mainly supports the research team of Computer Engineering and Control Systems . The laboratory supports high-end computation for signal and image processing and biomedical data analysis. It facilitates a number of R&D projects on audio and speech signal processing, signal detection, source localization, computational neuroscience, biomedical sensors and devices, computer vision and pattern recognition, medical image analysis, 3D video systems, mobile based entertainment and health monitoring systems, as well as bioinformatics and computational biology. Our major equipment includes:
The laboratory mainly supports the research teams of Computer Engineering and Control Systems, Wireless Communications and Optoelectronics, Electronics, Nanotechnology and Biosystems. The laboratory supports a range of research including automatic control, complex networks, nonlinear systems and circuits design, smart grid technology, renewable energy, power electronics, and digital communications. The laboratory also supports activities of the Center for Smart Energy Conversion and Utilization Research, as well as the Center for Chaos and Complex Networks. Our major equipment includes:
The laboratory mainly supports teaching and research in Networking and Wireless Communications. The research areas supported in the laboratory include survivable network design, network performance evaluation and control, vehicle-to-grid, named data networking, data completion, video copy detection using content based fingerprinting, green cellular networks, 5G mobile networks, and advanced statistical signal processing. Our major equipment includes routers, switches, as well as some general computing equipment.