The Institut für Theoretische Elektrotechnik is part of the School of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Mathematics of the Hamburg University of Technology, Germany. Areas of interest of the institute cover many aspects of theory, computation, and application of electromagnetic field properties. Special focus is put on:

  • Numerical methods for computation of electromagnetic fiels and electrical circuits
  • Signal and power integrity (SI/PI) as well as electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of electronic systems
  • Bioelectromagnetics and field design for medical imaging
  • Microwave measurement techniques and components

For visitors: The institute is located on the 3. Floor of the building at Harburger Schloss Str. 20, 21079 Hamburg, Germany. (map)

TET team

The Team of the Institute of Electromagnetic Theory. (March 2018)

Best Paper Award 2018

DesignCon 2018 Best Paper Award for the contribution “Efficient Sensitivity-Aware Assessment of High-Speed Links Using PCE and Implications for COM” by Torsten Reuschel et al.