FH Joanneum - Institute Electronic Engineering

The Institute of Electronic Engineering at FH JOANNEUM offers cutting-edge research and education in power electronics, hardware/software co-design, and test and measurement engineering, contributing to advancements in electronic systems.

The Institute of Electronic Engineering at FH JOANNEUM is a leading centre for research and education in the field of electronic systems. It specializes in areas such as power electronics, focusing on the development of efficient and compact systems vital for renewable energy generation and electromobility. The institute's expertise also extends to hardware/software co-design, using agile processes and methods to explore concurrent design approaches. Additionally, it excels in electromagnetic compatibility, addressing the emission and immunity of electronic devices. The institute's state-of-the-art facilities, experienced faculty, and strong industry ties create an exceptional learning environment for students. Through cutting-edge research and practical education, the Institute of Electronic Engineering plays a leading role in advancing electronic systems technology, contributing to the industry's growth and development.

Photo credits: Hannah Wasserfaller

Photocredits: Hannah Wasserfaller

Role and Key Contribution

FH JOANNEUM has made significant contributions to the field of electronic and software-based systems through its research, education, and industry collaborations. Research and Development: FH JOANNEUM actively engages in research projects related to electronic and software-based systems. This includes areas such as power electronics, hardware/software co-design, embedded systems, and high-frequency technology. The university's research efforts aim to develop innovative solutions and advance the state-of-the-art in these fields.

  • Research and Development: The institute conducts research in various areas related to electronic and software-based systems. This includes power electronics, where it develops efficient components and systems for renewable energy generation and electromobility. The research efforts also focus on hardware/software co-design, exploring innovative approaches for concurrent design and optimization. These research activities contribute to the development of state-of-the-art technologies and solutions in the field.
  • Industry Collaboration: The institute actively collaborates with industry partners, fostering strong connections between academia and the industry. Through joint research projects and partnerships, the institute addresses real-world challenges and industry needs. This collaboration ensures that the research conducted, and the solutions developed are practical and aligned with industry requirements.
  • Education and Training: The institute offers specialized programs and courses that equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge in electronic and software-based systems. Through practical-oriented education, students gain hands-on experience in designing, developing, and implementing electronic systems. The institute's focus on industry-relevant skills ensures that graduates are well-prepared for careers in the field. 
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8020 Graz, Austria