We are active in the Bachelor's program of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Programming in C 1 & 2) as well as in the Master's program Microelectronics and Photonics (Quantum Electronics, Modeling Electronic Devices) as well as Computational Science and Engineering. Also have a look at our elective courses and open Bachelor's and Master's theses.
We actively support scientific conferences and communities in our field and maintain the following portal sites:
Our research activities cover a broad range from process to device, interconnect, transport, and reliability modeling, as well as characterization. Have a look at our recent annual reviews:
We regularly publish our scientific results in books, journals, and at conferences. Also check out our 100+ PhD theses which are available online. Some selected overview papers can be found here.