The electronics section focuses on instrumentation and sensor technology. The group conducts basic and applied research in areas such as detectors for CERN, instrumentation for sounding rockets and space physics, hydroacoustics and medical technology.
About the section
The do basic and applied research and collaborate with local experimental research groups and with external institutes and companies, developing instrumentation and smart sensors for a wide range of fields, such as CERN research, biomedical instrumentation, space technology and hydroacoustics.
- The bachelor programme Electronics and computer technology (in Norwegian)
- Courses physical electronics and instrumentation in the master's programme Electronics and computer technology (in Norwegian)
- The electronics courses of the physics master's programme is also tied in with the electronics group.