Our Applied Electromagnetics group’s research centres on electromagnetic waves and their application in electrical, electronic and optical engineering.
Our research has supported advances in a variety of transformative products and services. Among them are antennas and systems for defence applications, high-speed next-generation wireless communications, and high-resolution ‘see through’ radar imaging.
Areas of particular focus include:
- microwave antennas and propagation
- computational electromagnetics
- metamaterials and metasurfaces
- terahertz devices and communications and radar systems
- photonics, nanoelectronics, quantum devices.
Our Applied Electromagnetics group aims to:
- produce cutting-edge research on electromagnetic devices, and electromagnetic fields’ interaction with matter
- develop electromagnetic devices and systems to serve next-generation technologies
- generate graduates with industry-relevant research and development skills.
We have expertise across a wide range of areas. Many of our researchers are available to assist with research project supervision for Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy students
Research team Expertise Professor Nelson Tansu Photonics; Nanoelectronics; Quantum devices; Semiconductor lasers Professor Christophe Fumeaux Antennas and microwaves; RF-inspired micro- and nano-structures; Computational electromagnetics Associate Professor Withawat Withayachumnankul Terahertz technology; Metamaterials; Terahertz communications Associate Professor Brian Ng Radar; Signal processing Dr Morteza Shahpari Theoretical and numerical electromagnetics, antennas Dr Alexe Bojovschi Antenna arrays Dr Aliya Dewani Frequency-selective surfaces Dr. Nghia Nguyen Trong Dr. Quoc Hung Dang