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Welcome to the Theoretical Electrical Engineering group (TET)

Our main research interest is the theoretical description of photonic and optoelectronic systems like optical nanoantennas, photonic crystals, metamaterials, plasmonic systems, or biological photonic structures. Our speciality is the combinations of advanced material models with state-of-the-art numerical methods for the simulation of electromagnetic fields. For students we offer a wide range of courses ranging from the theoretical foundation of electromagnetism and numerics to advanced courses on field simulation and photonics. 

Research: Overview, Publications, Team

Teaching: Course Portfolio, Current Courses, Current Projects

Announcements/News

Presentation TET research seminar: "Boundary Element Method in Frequency Domain: Treatment of Singular Integrals and Fast Frequency Response Analysis" (April 20, 2017)

| Dear colleagues, dear students, On Thursday, April 20, will be a presentation in the TET research seminar: Presenter: Dr.-Ing. Denis Sievers Title: Boundary Element Method in Frequency Domain: ...

TET Masterpresentation April 3, 2017

| Dear colleagues, dear students, On Monday, April 3, will be a final master thesis presentation in the TET group: Presenter: Ehsan Glani Title: Investigatin and design optimization of coils with differing transmitter- and receiver coils for an...

TET Masterpresentation March 16, 2017

| Dear colleagues, dear students, this Thursday, March 16, will be a final master thesis presentation in the TET group: Presenter: Gautham Saravanabana Title: Extension of the finite difference time domain method with angled update periodic boundary...

André Hildebrandt obtains his PhD

| On March 8, 2017 Andre Hildebrandt successfully defended his PhD thesis on the topic of “Design and Fundamentals of Opitical Nanoantennas for High Intensity Enhancement or High Directivity”. Congratulations to him!

TET Masterpresentation March 8, 2017

| Dear colleagues, dear students, this Wednesday, March 08 , will be a final master thesis presentation in the TET group: Presenter: Dipti Mohanta Title: Light Scattering by irregular particles with fractal surface roughness Language: English ...

Head of the group

Prof. Dr. Jens Förstner

Theoretische Elektrotechnik (TET)

Jens Förstner
Phone:
+49 5251 60-3013
Fax:
+49 5251 60-3524
Office:
P1.5.01.1
Web:

Office hours:

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TET courses & projects

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