Excellent self-motivated BSc, MSc and PhD students along with Post-docs are always welcome to conduct research on new technologies in our Group. Funding opportunities may become available.
Below please find a list of available topics at a given level of study.
For more info please email your resume, transcripts, and relevant documents to highlight your expertise.
- Electronically controlled wideband calibration kit for multiport measurement systems
- Design of a wideband matching network for power detector
- Design and calibration of a Stepped-Frequency Continuous-Wave radar
- Instantaneous microwave frequency discriminator (taken, defended Jan. 2021)
- Six-port based SFCW short-range radar (taken, defended Jan. 2021)
- Microwave power detector for 2.4 GHz (taken, defended Feb. 2019)
- Characterization of materials utilized in 3D printing technologies in terms of mechanical properties and electrical properties in the microwave frequency range (take, defended Jan. 2021)
- 1TX-4RX antenna array for microwave positioning system (taken, defended Jan. 2021)
- The design and realization of a bi-directional WiFi signal repeater. (taken, defended Jan. 2021)
- The design and realization of an S-band amplifier with automatic gain control. (taken, defended Jan. 2021)
- An application for remote control of instruments and microwave measurements automation. (taken, defended Sep. 2020)
- Design of a monolithic microwave Doherty amplifier for use in devices of the 5G network (taken, defended Jan. 2021)
- Design of a monolithic microwave balanced amplifier for automotive radar applications (taken, defended Jan. 2021)
- Multipath reflection compensation method for antenna anechoic chamber
- Ambient radio frequency electromagnetic energy harvesting device for powering wireless electronics. (taken, in progress)
- Microstrip S-band antenna array with a broadened radiation beam-width for the use in the unmanned aerial vehicle communication system. (taken, in progress).
- Microwave circuits in strip transmission line technique utilizing hybrid and additive manufacturing technology
- Microwave circuits in waveguide technique utilizing hybrid and additive manufacturing technologies
- Investigation on realization of microwave circuits in monolithic technologies
- Research on microwave measurement methods and biofunctionalized microwave circuits’ design for microbiological sensory purposes
- Microwave measurements systems for sensor applications
- Multichannel near-field positioning system
- Stepped-Frequency Continuous-Wave interferometric radars with simultaneous operation
- open post-doc position in the project “Research on microwave measurement methods and biofunctionalized microwave circuits’ design for microbiological sensory purposes” – contact person prof. S. Gruszczynski.
- three open positions in the project “High-performance mm-wave front-end components exploiting additive manufacturing processes for the next-generation of communication and sensing systems” – contact person prof. K. Wincza.