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.



Gesture Recognition from Radar Simulations

The potential of radar simulations for the training of neural networks for gesture recognition is investigated by Nicolai Kern in his new journal article.   Read More


EuRAD Young Engineer Prize for Pirmin Schöder

We congratulate Pirmin Schöder on receiving the EuRAD Young Engineer Prize for his paper…   Read More


Taking a Look Beneath the Surface

Alexander Grathwohl and Michael Stelzig present an overview over multicopter-based ground penetrating radar and its applications.   Read More


Doctorate for André Dürr

We congratulate André Dürr on completing his doctorate on the topic of radar systems for high-resolution imaging!   Read More


European Microwave Week in Milano

We are contributing seven papers and two workshops presentations to the conference in Milan.   Read More


1728 Channel MIMO Radar

Dominik Schwarz presents a new MIMO radar with 1728 virtual channels for high-resolution 4D imaging in his new journal article.   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