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Advanced Research Centre in Microwaves and Space Electronics (POLY-GRAMES)

Phone: (514) 340-4711 Ext. 5991 Fax: (514) 340-5892

Research areas description

The Centre Poly-Grames is involved in two main field of research: A) Microwave for spatial/mobile communications (development of numerical methods and design of passive and active integrated circuits in microwave/millimeter-wave band); design of circuits in various technologies such as MIC, MHMIC, MMIC; circuit characterization (load-pull measurements, intermodulation measurements); development of novel techniques for on-wafer measurement of MMIC circuits; study and fabrication of antennas for mobile communications; electromagnetic compatibility; study of supraconducting components and circuits; solid-state power amplifiers. B) Wave-matter interaction and microwave heating (characterization and development of dielectric material models); development of numerical modelling techniques for various heating, drying and cooking processes; development of new microwave reactors and drying processes. For complete information, visit our Web site.

Research staff

Professors / researchers (8)
Number of graduate students: 55
Number of postdoctoral fellows :4
Number of research agents: 5

Specialized equipment

On-Wafer Probe Station; load-pull measurement; millimeter wave measurement bench; network analyzers HP8510C and HP8753D; MHMIC foundry; anechoic chamber; microwave transition analyzers.

External sources of funding

NSERC, FQRNT, Spar Aerospace, Hydro-Québec, Advantech Inc., NSI.

News about Advanced Research Centre in Microwaves and Space Electronics (POLY-GRAMES)

NEWS | February 10, 2017
Polytechnique Montréal and Huawei Canada establish the Industrial Research Chair in Future Wireless Technologies | Read

Press review about Advanced Research Centre in Microwaves and Space Electronics (POLY-GRAMES)

January 28, 2017, Le Devoir, Les bonnes ondes de Polytechnique Mention de Ke Wu, professeur titulaire au Département de génie électrique à Polytechnique Montréal et directeur du centre Poly-Grames.