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Electronic systems and associated components are found in all electronic products, from computers and cell phones to cars and buildings. The intelligence provided by microelectronic, nanoelectronic and photonic systems accounts for a large part of the global economy and their role will increase as future products and services become more digital and connected. Power electronics endows them with competitive advantages by increasing their autonomy and improving their energy efficiency.

The Department of Electronic Technology (DTE) brings together a large group of internationally renowned professors and researchers, who teach a wide range of subjects in numerous undergraduate, master's and doctoral programs. In its more than 25 years of existence, it has become a benchmark in scientific and applied research, with a clear vocation for transfer to industry.

Electronic technology is a branch of engineering with a strong experimental character. The DTE has numerous teaching and research laboratories and unique facilities where to validate from the simplest teaching circuits to the most advanced research aspects. Laboratory work has been and continues to be one of DTE's hallmarks over the years.

  • On 05/23/2022 the Electronic Technology Department has opened a call for a Visiting Professor Position. The call is open until June 9, 2022. More information available here.


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Department Head: +34 91 624 9193