Welcome to IHE

Luftbild des IHE-GebäudesJoachim Hebeler

The Institute of Radio Frequency Engineering and Electronics (IHE) is an institute within the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of the division III - Mechanical and Electrical Engineering of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). The mission of the IHE is to perform research from basic microwave technologies and systems to industrial applications. Our dream is to explore new technologies and finally help bringing them into commercial products. We are working with research grants from DFG, EU, BMBF, BMWi, AIF, ESA, DLR in cooperation with industry. Our teaching combines the relevant theory with modern technologies and state-of-the-art tools. In our laboratories and workshops, the experimental needs of excellent research and teaching are satisfied by modern high-tech equipment.

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MIKON 2022 Young Scientist Contest second price to Joachim Hebeler

The MIKON 2022 Young Scientist Contest second price went to Joachim Hebeler, Cagri Ulusoy, Thomas Zwick from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, for the paper “Comparison of a Copper and Aluminium SiGe BEOL option for power amplifiers above 200 GHz”

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EuMC2022 Best Paper Prize to Elizabeth Bekker

The EuMC2022 Best Paper Prize went to Elizabeth Bekker, Akanksha Bhutani, Lucas Giroto de Oliveira, Theresa Antes, and Thomas Zwick from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, for the paper "Differential Split-Ring Resonator-Based Antenna at 140 GHz in Embedded Wafer Level Ball Grid Array Technology"

VDE ITG Preis 2022 an Axel Diewald, Benjamin Nuß und Thomas Zwick

Axel Diewald, Benjamin Nuß und Thomas Zwick haben den diesjährigen VDE ITG Preis 2022 für ihr Paper „Arbitrary Angle of Arrival in Radar Target Simulation“ gewonnen.

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Neuer SFB „Kompakte Hochleistungssportler-Magnetresonanzsysteme - HyPERiOn“

Die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) richtet zur weiteren Stärkung der Spitzenforschung an den Hochschulen neun neue Sonderforschungsbereiche (SFB) ein. Darunter der SFB „Kompakte Hochleistungs-Magnetresonanzsysteme – HyPERiON". Das IHE ist darin mit 2 Teilprojekten im Bereich des Millimeterwellen-Schaltungsdesigns beteiligt.

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