Microwave/RF research group


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.

Group News

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."
Posted on 13 Mar 2018 by Zoya Popovic
Congratulations to Mike Litchfield and Ignacio Ramos
Mike Litchfield and Ignacio Ramos were awarded their PhDs in May 2016
Posted on 28 Jun 2016 by Zoya Popovic
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".
Posted on 03 Dec 2015 by Zoya Popovic
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