In the Laboratory both research and teaching activities in the areas of Electronics, Electronic Measurements and Electrical Engineering are developed. The Laboratory is organized into three sections:
a) Microelectronic circuits.
b) Nonlinear circuits and dynamical systems analysis.
c) Sensors and measurement systems.
The Laboratory is equipped with SW tools for simulation and development of analog and digital integrated circuits, currently used by microelectronics companies.
For the IC manufacturing process, the laboratory exploits the benefits coming from the collaborations with the major European consortia (Europractice and CMP) that allow the use of IC technology up to 65 nm. The laboratory is equipped with HW and SW instrumentation for the development, implementation and testing of electronic system prototypes, moreover the Laboratory is equipped with dedicated systems for the characterization of solid-state gas sensors.