Anja Skrivervik

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Fields of expertise

Miniature antennas Impantable and wearable antennas Periodic structures Microwave cavities for sensors

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Electrical Engineering

Courses

Radiation and antennas

Antennas are being used in a plethora of communication and sensing applications, which require very different antenna properties and frequencies. This course provides a basic theoretical framework to analyze and design antennas while considering real-life modern antenna challenges and applications.

Microwaves, the basics of wireless communications

This course is an introduction to microwaves and microwave passive circuits. A special attention is given to the introduction of the notion of distributed circuits and to the scattering matrix

Lab in microwaves

This lab teaches the major measurement techniques used in microwaves

Analog circuits for biochip

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

Advanced microwaves for wireless communications

This course is intended for doctoral students using microwaves and microwave equipment during their PhD. It starts with a reminder on microwave circuit theory and continues with the main issues linked to microwaves measurement and equipment. The course includes five half days of labs.

Energy Autonomous Wireless Smart Systems

The course provides in depth knowledge on how to design an energy autonomous microsystem embedding sensors with wireless transmission of information. It covers the energy generation, power management, and data processing and transmission with an emphasis on low-power and energy efficient operation.