Studying Electrical Engineering at Graz University of Technology - a good choice

You are interested in studying Electrical Engineering? The Faculty of Electrical and Information Engineering provides now more information on the studies, as well as interviews with students, graduates and lecturers (in German only):

 

https://www.tugraz.at/studium/studienangebot/elektrotechnik-studieren-an-der-tu-graz-eine-gute-wahl/elektrotechnik-studieren-an-der-tu-graz-eine-gute-wahl/


EPNC 2016 - XXIV Symposium

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The 24. Symposium Electromagnetic Phenomena in Nonlinear Circuits was held in Helsinki, Finnland from 28. June to 1. July. By this symposium two topics of the IGTE in the research field of nummerical modelling were presented.


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EMF 2016 Symposium

The 10th International Symposium on Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMF 2016) was hosted in Lyon, France from 12. to 14.  of April. By this conference several current research issues of the IGTE in the field of inrush current calculations for transformers and nummerical calculation techniques could be presented.


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FEM-Workshop at the Pack

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This years FEM-Workshop was again at the Pack. From friday 11th to sunday 13th of september many members of our institute, as well as our colleagues from hungary came together. Although we had to find a new locality and a new cauldron, the Workshop was a complete success and we gladly looking forward to the next time in 2016!


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Welcome to the IGTE!

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We welcome our new colleague Susanne Bauer at the Institute. She will work as university assistant for research and teaching. Her main research will include the topics of development of numerical mehtods and method coupling with main focus on wave propagation problems and applications for EMC.


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Institute of Fundamentals and Theory in Electrical Engineering
Inffeldgasse 18
8010 Graz

Tel.: +43 (0) 316 / 873 - 7251
Fax: +43 (0) 316 / 873 - 7751
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