Welcome to the Institute of Microwave Engineering

The Institute of Microwave Engineering is an Institute in the faculty of engineering science, computer science and psychology at Ulm University. We cover diverse topics associated with high-frequency engineering. This includes: Radar sensor technology for autonomous driving, unmanned aerial vehicles, bio sensors, satellite communication, and a lot of more topics! We want to give an insight into our daily research and our research topics with our new introduction video (in German language). Additional research topics are presented on our topics page on this website.

Here you can watch our introduction video on youtube in full resolution.



OFDM Radar Network for High-Resolution Imaging

A novel radar network system combines a 4x4 OFDM radar with multichannel repeaters.   Read More


Full tensorial hologram synthesis method

A novel tensorial synthesis method for holographic antennas enables an even more accurate realization of the hologram.   Read More


Argus Award for Elias Ruopp

Elias Ruopp receives the Argus award for his bachelor thesis. Congratulations!   Read More


ICEAA in Venice

We are contributing three paper presentations to the conference this week.   Read More


European Microwave Week

We are presenting eight papers and two workshop talks at the conference in the coming week.   Read More


Detection of Optical Road Markings With Automotive Radar Sensors

A novel algorithm enables the detection of road markings with conventional automotive radar sensors.   Read More


  • in.mwt uni-ulm.de
  • Albert-Einstein-Allee 41
  • 89081 Ulm
  • Phone: +49 (0)731/50-26351
  • Fax:      +49 (0)731/50-26359


Opening hours: Mo-Fr: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Room: 41.2.304