Department of Applied Physics and Electronics

Our department has 120 staff members working with undergraduate education, postgraduate education and research within the subject areas of the faculty. In the framework of these main tasks we actively collaborate with businesses and organizations.

In the area of undergraduate education, our department offers courses within the Bachelor and Master programs of the faculty in building technology, energy technology, machine technology, electronics, and media technology, but we also offer courses in shorter education programs that lead to university degrees.
Altogether, our undergraduate programs engage approximately 800 full-time students, entailing roughly 25 % of the faculty’s entire work with undergraduate education.

Professor Haibo Li with a "look a like" application for iPhone.

Our postgraduate education and research has a focus on engineering and applications.

Postgraduate education and research is pursued in signal processing, automatic control engineering, medical technology, building technology, energy technology, and chemistry of thermal processes.

Cooperation with companies and organizations is substantial for these groups. This way researchers/teachers and postgraduate students at our department are important links in picking up relevant research topics and passing on new knowledge to the business world.

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MIT – a place to meet

2017-04-26
On Friday 27 April, the focus environment MIT place opens with a robot competition organised by students in engineering physics. The inauguration programme continues on 2 and 3 May with speeches and inspiring lectures in the MIT Building.

Join Umeå University in its lunar quest

2016-11-14
Shortly, Umeå University may be the first university to land on the Moon. On 17 November, Umeå Lunar Venture space enthusiasts will present their progress in developing measuring equipment that will go in a rocket to the Moon. You’ll also come close to a space shuttle that will travel on the lunar s...

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