Risk assessment of nanomaterials
Engineered Nanomaterials (ENM) are contained in many commercial products. During various stages of the life cycle of a product, ENM can be released into the environment. The aim of this work is to investigate release, flows and risks of ENM in the environment, based on a life-cycle perspective.
Development and design of a highly integrated pseudo direct drive actuator for legged robots
The Goal of this Project is to develop and design a fully integrated pseudo direct drive actuator for legged robots of the 30kg-class.
Human amygdala lesions, social cognition and threat
A body of literature suggests specific contribution of human amygdala to social cognition and threat perception such as detection of emotional expression in others. However, data are still controversial. We have collected a range of social cognition, threat perception/prediction and control tasks in
Deploying ANYmal in an unknown environment: online mapping for autonomous operations
This project is part of a bigger research effort in the Autonomous Systems Lab (ASL) and Robotic Systems Lab (RSL) aiming to integrate an online SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) solution on the quadruped robot ANYmal. ANYmal is deployed in search and rescue scenarios and used for inspect
Optimal leg design for quadrupedal robots
The goal of this project is to develop an optimised leg for legged robots.
Student coach für das ftero Fokusprojekt
Das Fokusprojekt ftero findet im HS2018 zum dritten Mal statt und hat sich zum Ziel gesetzt ein autonomes Airborne Wind Energy (AWE) System zu entwickeln. AWE ist eine neuartige Technologie, die mit einem Flugzeug und einer Bodenstation Windenergie in grossen Höhen nutzt um Strom zu produzieren. Basierend auf dem Wissen und den Erfahrungen der letzten beiden Projekte, gilt es nun, dass System im Detail weiter zu entwickeln, zu testen, und schlussendlich Strom zu generieren.
Development of a Tracking Dual-plane Fluoroscope for assessing musculoskeletal and orthopaedic kinematics: Design and validation of the electrical drive system (vertical axis)
Development of a Tracking Dual-plane Fluoroscope for assessing musculoskeletal and orthopaedic kinematics: Design and validation of the electrical drive system (vertical axis)
Development of a Tracking Dual-plane Fluoroscope for assessing musculoskeletal and orthopaedic kinematics: Implementation of a tracking system – Feedback control algorithm
Development of a Tracking Dual-plane Fluoroscope for assessing musculoskeletal and orthopaedic kinematics: Implementation of a tracking system – Feedback control algorithm
Development of a Tracking Dual-plane Fluoroscope for assessing musculoskeletal and orthopaedic kinematics: DuoFluo Operating System
Development of a Tracking Dual-plane Fluoroscope for assessing musculoskeletal and orthopaedic kinematics: DuoFluo Operating System
Development of a Tracking Dual-plane Fluoroscope for assessing musculoskeletal and orthopaedic kinematics: Design and validation of the electrical driveway (horizontal axis)
Development of a Tracking Dual-plane Fluoroscope for assessing musculoskeletal and orthopaedic kinematics: Design and validation of the electrical driveway (horizontal axis)
Fabrication and optimization of functional lattice elements for ultra-lightweight active structures
Integrated sensors and actuators in sandwich panels serve dual functions of adaptation as well as reinforcement, thereby leading to ultra-lightweight active structures. Additive manufacturing serves as the best tool in fabricating functional, at the same time load-bearing sandwich panels.
Development of a Tracking Dual-plane Fluoroscope for assessing musculoskeletal and orthopaedic kinematics: Implementation of a real-time tracking system – evaluation and testing
Development of a Tracking Dual-plane Fluoroscope for assessing musculoskeletal and orthopaedic kinematics: Implementation of a real-time tracking system – evaluation and testing
Investigating the Influence of Manufacturing Imperfections of thin-ply Composites on the Mechanical Performance of a Structure
This thesis should investigate the form and degree of manufacturing imperfections of thin-ply composite deployable structures and their influence on the mechanical performance. Based on manufactured structures, an FE-Model shall be built and the knockdown in mechanical performance predicted.
Dynamic Liver Phantom for radiation therapy using MRI-Linacs
You will build a device that tests organ motion management approaches in cancer radiotherapy, specifically MRI-Linac. In an MRI-Linac, radiation can be delivered while simultaneously imaging the patient and observing the organ motion.
Development of novel biosensor
I have a number of Master Thesis projects on Focal Molography. Molography is a novel method for the analysis of biomolecular interactions with unprecedented robustness and sensitivity.
Student Research Assistant (Hilfsassistent/-in, 'HiWi') ETH Zurich, Rehabilitation Engineering Laboratory
The Rehabilitation Engineering Laboratory at ETH Zurich is looking for a Student Research Assistant (Hilfsassistent/-in, 'HiWi') who will be supporting the lab in programming, data analysis, measurements etc.
Master Thesis / Internship: Power Flow Modelling for the Smart Grid
The goal of this master thesis / internship is to investigate, implement and analyse multiple power flow models used in various smart grid applications. The aim is to identify the performance, accuracy and the best suited application of the analysed models.
Master Thesis / Internship: Smart Grid Distribution System Expansion Planning
The goal of this master thesis / internship is to develop an approach for upgrading the existing radial feeders to a loop/mesh configuration. The aim is to obtain a cost-efficient solution that will comply with the electrical requirements, which is most commonly achieved through optimization.
Role of ADP-ribosylation in mitochondria and metabolic processes
ADP-ribosylation is a post-translational protein modification that is still poorly understood. Using microscopy, cell and molecular biological assays, you will aid in a project focusing on mitochondrial function and metabolic processes.
PhD Position
1 open PhD position in the area of medical robotics and navigation. The position is part of the PhD program at the Graduate School for Computing in Medicine and Life Sciences (www.gradschool.uni-luebeck.de)
Treating Patients with Spinal Stenosis: Dyneva Back Orthosis versus Epidural Infiltration (Fürth, Germany and Zurich, Switzerland)
This project aims to compare the outcome in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis, treated with either a dynamic flexion orthosis or with epidural infiltration. The project will take place in the Schön Klinik Fürth, Germany (Dr. Klaus Schnake). Co-supervision: Prof. Wuertz-Kozak, ETH Zurich.
Sonification of interaction forces in climbing: What is applicable?
The aim of this project is to elaborate how performance metrics can be represented in sound dimensions and how much information can be displayed so that the climber can benefit from it.
Injection of Charged Nanoparticles into an Optical Trap
Nanoparticles can be trapped at the focus of a laser beam by means of the gradient force. A nanoparticle has to be controllably delivered to the focal region of the laser beam. We will explore the electrospray technique to controllably inject nanoparticles into an optical trap working in air.
Resonant optical nano-antennas
The scope of this project is to adapt a fabrication process for optical antennas to transparent substrates and study plasmon-plasmon interactions in these fabricated structures.
Feedback stabilization of a micro droplet in an optical trap
The project consists of building an optical trap and conducting position measure- ments of the droplet as a function of laser power. In a second step, a PID feedback loop will be implemented to actively stabilize the trap.
Optical forces to levitate objects against gravity
The goal of this project is to design and build a demonstration experiment, where a dielectric sphere is levitated against gravity by weakly focused laser beam.
Development of a reflection-type near-field optical microscope
In this project a reflection-type near-field optical microscope will be designed, developed and characterized.
Optimization of tapered fiber probes
In this project, a commercial fiber-puller will be used to fabricate tapered fiber probes. A CO2 laser heats a section of the fiber and melts it locally. Simultaneously the fiber is being stretched by a lateral mechanical force, which results in a fiber taper, which breaks when sufficiently thin.
Automated nanoparticle loading
Levitation optomechanics systems consist of a nanoparticle that is optically trapped and levitated by a focused laser beam under vacuum conditions. The aim of this project is to design and build a reliable and automated nanoparticle loading process that can be triggered remotely.
Pharmacological upregulation of prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA) expression for improved prostate cancer imaging and therapy.
Prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA)-based imaging and therapy are increasingly used for prostate cancer management. However, limitations are a low PSMA surface expression in certain tumors. Androgen receptor axis inhibition can induce PSMA expression in vitro.
Motion Optimization for Quadrupeds with Actuated Wheels In Unstructured Terrain
Traditional legged robots are capable of traversing challenging terrain, but lack in energy efficiency and speed when compared to wheeled systems. We propose a novel motion planner and controller framework which enables a legged robot equipped with powered wheels to perform hybrid locomotion.
Learning from demonstration in virtual reality
The goal of this project is to teach a robot new manipulation skills by providing demonstrations collected in VR using a tracking system such as the Oculus Rift.
Let Your Smartphone Hear Your Breath
Our vision is to create smartphone apps that teach users how to relax based on acquired biomarkers (i.e. respiratory activities) and can, therefore, support them with their stress management or dealing with chronic illness.
Designing a Meta-Structure for the Tailoring of large deformation Composites
A foldable composite meta-structure shall be designed and manufactured to enable a tailoring of folding as well as deployment behaviour of a deployable structure. The research shall proof the possibility to combine anisotropy of composites with geometrical patterns to improve structure performance.
Programmable generation of arbitrary field distributions
A spatial light modulator (SLM) is a two-dimensional array of phase-retarding elements (2 million pixels). In this project a pair of liquid crystal SLMs will be used to generate an arbitrary programmable field distribution in a cross-sectional plane (x,y).
Deep learning techniques for quantitative characterization of microscopy multidimensional images
Segmentation of cells/structures in 3D microscopy images
3D – Photonic Heterostructures for High Temperature Applications
Aerospace applications, operating in extreme high temperature environments, require special heat treating mechanisms to guarantee their stable, long term operation. The aim of this project is to design, fabricate and characterize photonic structures that could be incorporated in such a system.
Impact of Molecular Diffusion on Transport in Natural Porous Media
Transport in porous media is important in applications ranging from fuel cells to subsurface flow and transport. In this project, the role of molecular diffusion on transport of passive tracers in natural porous media shall be investigated by means of direct numerical simulation (DNS).
Modeling Dispersion in the Heterogeneous Subsurface
In subsurface flows, tracers are dispersed due to small-scale variability of the flow field. We have recently developed a dispersion model applicable for different levels of flow field variability. This project focuses on a model generalization for settings, where the variability is space-dependent.
Layup Optimization of an ultra-thin Deployable CFRP Structure with regard to Folding, Strength and Manufacturing Constraints
A CFRP plastic layup of a ultra-thin foldable structure shall be optimized with regard to folding, strength and manufacturing constraints. Goal is to use FEM Simulation to achieve the stiffest possible layup fulfilling the constraints and at the same time minimize bend-twist coupling during folding.
Monte Carlo Simulations for Magnetically Responsive Nanosystems
Are you a motivated master’s or bachelor’s student interested in exploring Monte Carlo algorithms as a tool for understanding magnetically responsive nanosystems? Apply today! Your results could help inform engineering decisions in our work.
Adaptive Linear Regression
Regression is applied in many applications to translate point data of response/predictor variables into a functional dependence between the predictors and the response. This project deals with a new adaptive linear regression method.
Two-Way Shape Memory Alloy Microstent
"Training" of Shape Memory Alloy microstents for minimally invasive interventions. Project in collaboration with surgeons and a company leader in stents manufacturing.
The DNA of Cities
Cities are growing at an unprecedented pace fuelling the need for sustainable development. Traffic, waterways, buildings, and power are some of the lifelines that provide people with a comfortable space to live, grow and innovate. Building more spaces to accommodate the growing needs of cities is not entirely feasible. Joseph Tainter examines in his book, The Collapse of Complex Societies, how every accrual of infrastructure gives diminished marginal returns. Infrastructure systems were built in a step-by-step, demand-based manner without a careful global plan. More than that, they are rarely designed to integrate. The unanticipated interconnectedness makes them prone to failure. Hurricane Harvey shut down transportation and power for days in Houston. The Atlantic called it a design problem, citing the infrastructure of the city the main reason for its delayed runoff.
Neural origins of illusory biases in perception and short term memories
Humans generally have a distorted perception of the world, often classified as illusory biases. Here we want to discover the neural origins of such illusory biases in our perception of the world
Support ongoing research in climbing (internship)
This opportunity is an internship in the field of climbing related research. It is available for prospective Human Movement Scientist or Sport Engineers
Interaction Technologies
Research in the fields of Augmented Reality, Human-Computer interfaces and passive brain-computer interfaces
Development of Impedance Controller for the VariLeg Exoskeleton
VariLeg is an exoskeleton designed to enable paraplegics to walk over natural terrain and everyday obstacles. After training intensively for multiple months, the VariLeg team and one of their two paraplegic pilots successfully participated in the Cybathlon 2016.
Image reconstruction for optical “PET”
FMT non-invasively resolves the three-dimensional distribution of fluorescent probes in vivo. Thus, it can be considered an optical version of PET (but only 1% cost of PET). The aim of the project is to improve the reconstruction algorithm for FMT.
Internship Opportunity in the VariLeg exoskeleton project (unpaid)
VariLeg is an exoskeleton designed to enable paraplegics to walk over natural terrain and everyday obstacles. After training intensively for multiple months, the VariLeg team and one of their two paraplegic pilots successfully participated in the Cybathlon 2016.
Hardware development for optical “PET”
FMT non-invasively resolves the three-dimensional distribution of fluorescent probes in vivo. Thus, it can be considered an optical version of PET (but only 1% cost of PET). A miniaturized FMT with compact design and easy handling is certainly attractive. This calls for the integration of MEMS.
Polygenetische Profile und Dimensionale Phänotypen in personalisierte ADHS Modellen
Im Rahmen neuer "Personalisierter Modelle für ADHS" mittels induzierter pluripotenter Stammzellen (iPSC), untersuchen wir polygenetische Profile von ADHS Patienten im Vergleich zu Gesunden Kontrolle und Korrelieren es zu Klinische Skalen.
Crime Simulations (Master Thesis)
Simulate crime hotspots in different Environments and experiment with the effects of police presence
Mechano-regulation of cellular interplay between mesenchymal, hematopoietic and vascular systems in the bone marrow microenvironment
Bone marrow tissues are essential for sustained production of blood cellular components, the continuous remodeling of bone and efficient immune responses. This project aims to investigate the mechano-regulation of mesenchymal, hematopoietic and vascular systems in the bone marrow microenvironment.
HiWi position for support in lecture on medical technologies
Is your background in biomedical engineering, life sciences or engineering or physics with an interest in medicine? Are you looking for a part time job (partly full time possible) where you can bring yourself in into a new team and engage with students? Then please apply!
Robust and Adaptive Multi-Camera Visual Odometry
The project aims to develop a robust and adaptive multi-camera visual odometry pipeline based on the existing framework in our lab.
Smart Feature Selection In Visual Odometry
The student is expected to study how motion estimation is affected by feature selection (e.g., number of features, different feature locations). The ultimate goal will be to implement a smart feature selection mechanism in our visual odometry framework.
Quick Fastening Concepts for 3D Printed Accessories in Photography and Videography
ALPA is a manufacturer of high t cameras for photography and videography. The company offers products characterized by an extended choice of accessories. Current solutions for fastening of accessories are based on machined parts, and are expensive to manufacture. Based on existing use cases, you wil
Evaluation of Spatial Overlay Statistics for Use in Landscape Genetics
The aim of this Master thesis is to evaluate whether spatial overlap statistics is a suitable way to include statistical testing in spatial overlays. For this aim, theory has to be reviewed and various existing landscape genetic data sets on animals should be tested.
Intermediate Energy Storage for Electric Vehicle (EV) Fast Charging
Future acceptance of battery electric vehicles (BEV) will also be tied to the possibility of fast charging. Therefore development of high power charging stations is underway; the first 350 kW stations have been inaugurated this year. Generally, a number of charging stations will be installed in the same location. Thus, while fast charging is a benefit for the customer, it is a burden for the electric grid, as vehicle charging will not be distributed evenly over the day. Also, charging will not concur with the availability of fluctuating (excess) renewable electricity. Therefore peak shaving and temporary storage can improve the use of excess electricity and reduce the burden on the grid.
Open PhD position : THz Metasurface for Light Matter Interaction Enhancement in Biomolecules
Macromolecules, that is playing an important role in the whole biology, are still today difficult to detect. Well, the shows vibration signatures in the terahertz spectral range that even allow knowing more about their structures (conformations …). Still, such spectroscopy is difficult to complete e
Online time offset estimation for visual-inertial system
The project aims to develop an algorithm to estimate the time offset between a camera and an IMU.
CFD analysis of a disturbed flow within a fluidic chamber used for tissue engineering and disease modeling
We have developed an in vitro system for modeling atherosclerosis, based on a tissue engineering approach. The aim of the current project is to simulate (CFD analysis) the disease environment in a predetermined time frame and to compare the results obtained with data from in vitro experiments.
Multi Functional 3D Printed Handle: Customising the User Experience
ALPA cameras are used in a large spectrum of applications, both in photography and videography. You will develop concepts for highly customizable, multi-functional handles. Lightweight requirements of such systems demand for the application of bionic and highly optimised structures.
Reinforcement Learning for Informative Path Planning with UAVs
The main objective of this project is to develop a reinforcement learning (RL)-based algorithm for UAVs operating in terrain monitoring scenarios
Model-Based Flexible Stereo for Fixed-Wing UAVs
Wide-baseline stereo vision (SV) can provide long-range perception for fixed-wing UAVs. However, wing-planforms are non-rigid, degrading SV performance. This project aims to 1) identify a simplistic wing model from visual in-flight data to 2) aid real-time estimation of the non-rigid baseline
Open research project for a doctoral candidate (m/f) in Machine learning for magnetic resonance imaging
The project focuses on developing robust motion models for compensating patient motion during MRI data acquisition.
Master's Student in Immunology
The laboratory of Immunobiology (PI: Prof. Christoph Hess) at the University Hospital in Basel is looking for a highly motivated student with a background in immunology, cell biology and/or biochemistry. The project involves characterizing the metabolic signatures of TLR activated human B cells.
Who uses Cryptocurrencies? An Analysis of App Store Reviews and Downloads (Master Thesis)
In spite of the large number of crypto-currencies appearing over the last year, and the tremendous interest of the press as well as academic researchers in crypto-currencies and the underlying distributed ledger technolo-gies (Blockchain), it is still relatively unknown how the interest in Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies spread throughout different demographics since their inception. Together with an industry partner, we have access to large pool of historical data regarding the download and reviews of mobile apps (iOS, Android) using which we would like to get a better understanding of the characteris-tics (e.g. demographics) of people who downloaded cryp-to-related apps, over the last years.
Microreactor for synthesis porous crystalline materials
This multidisplinar project is focusing in employ microfluidics platforms to control and process porous crystalline materials like MOFs COFs and LDHs. The candidates will be trained in a field of growing interest and novelty, while working in at outstanding research institution
Understanding and manipulating chemical reactions on a single particle level
Electrochemical microscopes are becoming powerful tools to resolve chemical information at interfaces. In this project we aim to develop new techniques for high-resolution microscopy and single-particle measurements using a simple tool – a nanopipette.
Learned Descriptors for Geometry Recognition
Use deep-learning to help a heterogeneous robotic team collaborate.
Research project/Master thesis
Magnesium-dependent RNA folding investigated by single-molecule FRET
High Throughput Pattern Matching of fMRI Maps and Molecular Features
We develop high-level fMRI pipelines with the goal of increasing automation and throughput in the field of animal imaging. For this project we are looking to leverage information theoretical metrics and large scale databases in order to better relate fMRI data to underlying molecular features.
Doktorandenstelle Digitale Beratung (Arzt-Patient/ Bankberater-Kunde) Universität Zürich
Wir transformieren Beratung mit IT in Banken, öffentlichem Sektor und von Ärzten. Wollen Sie dazu promovieren und sprechen gut Deutsch? Dann melden Sie sich!
Blockchain Doktorandenstelle, Universität Zürich
Sie wollen mit uns herausbekommen, wie Blockchain die Unternehmenswelt und die Gesellschaft verändert? Dann bewerben Sie sich bei uns.
Transposable element- and repeat-mediated genome evolution in Lolium.
In this Master thesis project, we aim at characterizing full-length transposable elements and determine their impact on the biology and evolution of the ryegrass genome.
Investigation of the Temperature-dependent Mechanical Performance of Composite Lattice Core Sandwich Structures
Given the wide temperature range which aerospace structures need to operate in, the goal of this thesis is to investigate the effects of eleveated temperatures on the mechanical performance of novel thermoplastic composite lattice core sandwich structures developed at CMASLab.
In-plane Compression Performance of Ultra-lightweight Composite Lattice Core Sandwich Structures
The objective of this thesis is to numerically and experimentally characterize the in-plane compression response of novel composite lattice core sandwich structures currently developed at CMASLab, and to explore the potential performance increase through structural optimization.
Estrogens in husbandry animals and their potential environmental effects
The Master’s thesis aims at focusing on the analytical chemistry of estrogens, the output of estrogens from the endocrine organs of livestock and/or the environmental fate and behaviour of estrogens.
Assembling the Lolium multiflorum mitochondrion and chloroplast genomes
In this Master thesis project, we aim at assembling the chloroplast and mitochondrion genomes of Lolium multiflorum. We will apply state of the art software and protocols on available high-quality sequence data.
Closed-Loop Multi-Sensor SLAM Using Factor Graphs for Fixed-Wing UAVs
The goal of this project is to implement a closed-loop multi-sensor SLAM framework - based on a related publication.
Deep Learning enhanced Flexible Stereo
The goal of this project is to develop a method to estimate the time-varying relative pose between two visual-inertial sensor rigs mounted on the flexible wings of a fixed-wing unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) using Deep Neural Networks. Ideally, the DNN outperforms our existing EKF-based framework.
Master Student Position in T cell development and negative selection
We are looking for a highly motivated master student with a strong interest in immunology, T cell development and autoimmune diseases.
Molographic immunosignaturing for next generation diagnostics
Early diagnosis is a crucial aspect of effective treatment and prevention of diseases. In this Masterthesis you will combine a new sensing technique called molography with immunosignaturing to create a biosensor capable of early disease detection.
Understanding how neurons learn
Even after decades of neuroscience research it is still debated in what form there exists neural plasticity within in vitro cultured neurons. We believe that the advent of artificial intelligence can help us solve this problem. In this project you will be stimulating actual neurons. Using machine le
Simulating small neuronal networks
In the past, most of in vitro cultured neurons were building connections in an uncontrolled manner. Recently, our laboratory managed to create small neuronal networks with a well defined network architecture. Yet, actual cell experiments are time consuming. In this project you will be creating a sim
Optimization of control loops in an ex vivo liver perfusion system
Keeping a liver viable outside the body.
Thermal and optical investigation of ex vivo liver perfusion
A machine is being developed to keep a liver viable outside of the body for multiple days. Various parameters are continuously monitored to evaluate the quality of the liver. An optical and thermal method shall be added to the system to further enhance the understanding of the liver perfusion.
Evaluating the reliability and validity of a sensor-based assessment of upper limb function
The objective of this project is to quantitatively evaluate, in healthy subjects, the reliability and validity of sensor-based assessments of upper limb function implemented on the ArmeoSenso system.
Graphical analysis of biopsy probes during liver perfusion experiments
Analyzing tissue probes from pig liver perfusion experiments.
Fabrication and analysis of new conductive materials for the incorporation in stretchable electronics
In the last years, stretchable electronics became more and more popular in medical devices. Besides there biocompatibility PDMS resembles one of the most popular substrates for stretchable electronics with a Young’s modulus close to human tissue.1 We design implants for in vivo and in vitro recordin
Interactive Perception for Object Detection
The goal of the project is to develop a pipeline capable of finding a desired object through interaction with the environment. The initial algorithm will be trained and tested in simulation, and later on transferred to the real robot.
Hybrid microrobots for biomedical applications
Development of hybrid microrobots, composed of metal-organic frameworks incorporated in hydrogels, for active agents and biomolecules delivery in vitro.
Real-Time SLAM with RGB-D Sensors
The goal of this project is to develop a real-time simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) algorithm for robots equipped with RGB-D sensors.
5-leg walking with a walking excavator
The aim of this project is to develop walking gaits for a Menzi Muck M545 walking excavator, where the boom of the excavator can also be used as a leg. State of the art algorithms from legged robots, e.g. anymal, should be implemented.
DMAVT Student Scientific Assistant
Support research in the Laboratory of Energy Science and engineering. The assistant work includes data analysis using Matlab, running experiments and compiling the results. During the summer the student would ideally be able to work 20 hours a week. During the semester it would be a 5-10 hours a wee
PhD Excellence Fellowship
The PhD School "Quantum Computing and Quantum Technologies" (QCQT) of the Physics Department, University of Basel, is announcing several PhD excellence fellowships. We are looking for outstanding candidates with MSc degree in quantum science (or related field). The next deadline is August 31st 2018
Laser focus with zero curvature
The objective of this project is the generation and characterization of a laser beam with “zero curvature” at its focus. “Zero curvature” means that the series expansion of the intensity at the focus has no quadratic term.
Optical antennas driven by quantum tunneling
We have several semester and master projects available with regards to the study of novel antenna designs, the optimization of device efficiencies and the exploration of new frequency domains.

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