We are the Microwave and RF research group at the University of Colorado, located in Boulder, CO. Our goal is to advance research and education in the areas of microwave/RF circuits, antennas and applied electromagnetics. We focus on applying fundamental principles to practical problems related to communications, sensing and metrology. Our areas of expertise include high-performance microwave and millimeter-wave circuits and antennas, as well as measurement techniques. We typically have between 10-20 PhD students as well as a number of visiting professors and post-docs.
2017 IMS Student Design Competition
Matt Cullen, Megan Robinson, and Philip Zurek placed 2nd at the 2017 IMS Student Design Competition titled "Dual-Band Variable Attenuation Notch Filters."
Mike Litchfield wins CSICS Best Student Paper Award
Mike, a PhD candidate in the group, won the student paper competition at the CSICS (Compound Semiconductor IC Symposium) conference in October, 2015 with his paper titled "Multi-Level Chireix Oupthasing GaN MMIC PA".