Thomas Johann Seebeck Department of Electronics structure
Future electronics has cognitive functions deeply embedded within and this integration bases on WSN, RFID and NFC, IoT and ohter solutions. R&D in smart embedded and energy efficient electronics is increasingly important and its visible number permanently is growing. To development of new and up-grade of existing core competences at the Thomas Johann Seebeck Department of Electronics the Horizon 2020 ERA-chair Grant Agreement number: 668995 — “Cognitive Electronics COEL“ —H2020-WIDESPREAD-2014-2 project frames are applied for development and design of new architectures and platforms with improved yield sensor technologies with an efficient communication techniques for autonomous systems including RFID and NFC solutions.
See more: www.ttu.ee/coel
Communication Systems Research Group information will be published soon
The Research Group of Measuring Electronics is engaged in developing (mostly in the field of impedance spectroscopy) innovative measuring instruments, solutions and applications. Measuring solutions are necessary for the perception, evaluation and identification of physiological parameters in healthcare, materials, structures, tissues, food properties, etc.
The main goal of the Study Centre for Electronics and Communication Technologies is to support the following study programs with the knowledge in electronics and telecommunications:
• Computer Systems (Bachelor level)
• Electronics and Telecommunications (Bachelor level)
• Communicative Electronics (Master level) and
• Telecommunications (Master level)
Additional goal is to offer specific trainings and expert opinions in the field of electronics and telecommunications. Teaching staff belonging into the centre know their field in a professional level.