Fields of expertise
Impantable and wearable antennas
Microwave cavities for sensors
BiographyAnja Skrivervik obtained her electrical engineering degree from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in 1986, and her PhD from the same institution in 1992, for which she received the Latsis award. After a stay at the University of Rennes as an invited Research Fellow and two years in the industry, she returned part time to EPFL as an Assistant Professor in 1996, and is now a Professeur Titulaire at this institution, where she is the head of the Microwave and Antenna Group. Her research activities include electrically small antennas, antennas in biological media, periodic structures, reflect- and tranmitarrays, and numerical techniques for electromagnetics. She is author or co-author of more than 200 peer reviewed scientific publications. Her teaching activities include courses on microwaves and antennas, and she has course at Bachelor, Master and PhD levels. She was director of the EE section form 1996-2000, and is currently the director of the EE doctoral school at EPFL.
She is very active in European collaboration and European projects. She was the chairperson of the Swiss URSI until 2012, is a Board member of the European School on Antennas and is frequently requested to review research programs and centers in Europe. She is a member of the board of directors of the European Association on Antennas and Propagation (EurAAP) since 2017.
Teaching & PhD
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
PhD StudentsBakhtiari Behnaz, Bartle Hannes, Fernández Carnicero Adrián, Gao Mingxiang, Rodríguez Avila Danelys, Vico Triviño Ismael,
Past EPFL PhD StudentsBlagovic Katarina , Caloz Christophe , Faria Pires Nuno Miguel , Grzegorczyk Tomasz , Hasani Hamed , Iten Chaves Simoes Juliane , Ivanov Anton Evgeniev , Koohestani Mohsen , Merli Francesco , Nunez Francisco Jesus , Perruisseau-Carrier Julien , Quintero Diaz De Leon Gabriela , Staub Olivier Patrick , Trajkovikj Jovanche , Veljovic Miroslav , Violetti Maddalena ,
Principles of biosensing: Target/Probe Interactions
Electrochemical biosensing: three-electrode electrochemical cell and its equivalent circuits
Basic CMOS configurations for electrochemical biosensing
Current readers: current-to-voltage and current-to-frequency conversion
Wireless transmission in lossy media: issues on temperature, specific absorption rate (SAR) and