Department Electronic Engineering

The Department of Electronic Engineering comprises the ‘Electronic Based Systems’ and ‘Electronics and Telecommunications’ competence centers. The spectrum ranges from teaching activities in Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs to top-level research.

Head of Department

Wilfried Kubinger

FH-Prof. Dr. Wilfried Kubinger

Head of Department
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Competence centers

The ‘Electronic Based Systems’ competence center bridges the gap between the disciplines of electronic engineering and computer sciences. In addition to teaching activities, research and development are essential elements in this competence center, with a focus on the ‘Embedded Systems and Cyber-Physical Systems’ field of research. This comprises both hardware and software aspects of distributed embedded systems as well as the application areas of smart homes and assistive technologies. Other core competencies include:

  • Formal specification and verification of embedded systems
  • Embedded software design and (multi-core) microcontroller systems
  • ASIC, FPGA and system-on-chip design
  • Printed circuit board design
  • Electronic system level design, high-level synthesis and hardware-software co-design
  • Dependable, real-time and distributed embedded systems as well as security aspects of embedded systems
  • Testing and debugging of embedded systems
  • Embedded control systems and control engineering
  • Field bus systems, automation networks and automotive networks (Ethernet, FlexRay, CAN, LIN, etc.)
  • Wireless and ad-hoc networks
  • High-precision clock synchronization in computer networks (IEEE 1588)
  • Cyber-physical systems
  • Smart homes and assistive technologies
  • Unmanned aerial vehicles and multicopters

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The ‘Electronics and Telecommunications’ competence center provides teaching in many Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs and training courses, with research carried out in the fields of power electronics (incl. many publications and patents), telecommunications and the Internet of Things. Efficient exchange between teaching and practical specialist knowledge ensures the outstanding quality of training and education at UAS Technikum Wien. The basic electronics laboratory and the special laboratories for industrial electronics and telecommunications offer perfect opportunities for teaching as well as for student projects. Current research findings that enter into teaching contribute to enhance the graduates’ qualifications.

Competencies include:

  • Electrical engineering, electronics
  • Circuit design
  • Power electronics, energy engineering
  • Audio and video engineering, signal processing
  • Internet of Things platform, sensor technology, communication, energy supply
  • Telecommunications networks and cellular networks (GSM, GPRS, UMTS, LTE, 5G)
  • Network engineering, TCP/IP, network security
  • Virtualization of networks and network functions
  • Network management, OAM, big network data, application-controlled IP networks
  • Internet technologies (VoIP, SIP, IMS, FMC, NGN)
  • Development of telecom applications on smartphones and tablets
  • Wireless systems (RFID, NFC, WLAN, ZigBee, 6LoWPAN), networking of IoT
  • Satellite communications
  • Telecommunications engineering, digital transmission systems, high-frequency engineering, MIMO
  • Digital broadcasting (DAB+, DVB-T2, FM)

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