Empowered with their solid academic background, two faculty members of the Communications and Networks Engineering Department at the College of Engineering took the commitment to produce high quality electromagnetics research based on the available facilities on the premises of PSU. Supported by one seed project from the college of engineering, those two members produced their first output in the field of wireless power transfer represented by few journal and conference papers and one patent submitted to the US patent office. Based on this success, it became necessary to establish a formal framework to facilitate the progress of this research and to promote for national and international collaborations. The Electromagnetics Research group (EMG) is established to conduct fruitful research, generally in the field of electromagnetics, and specifically in the field of electromagnetic modelling of sustainable systems; such as modelling of electric vehicles wireless chargers, mobile devices wireless chargers and remotely charged drones. The research focus of this group is on the analysis and design of antenna systems and waveguiding technologies suitable for building sustainable systems such as those explained above.
Electromagnetics Research Group (EMG) is committed to the goal of being one of the most recognizable research groups in the field of electromagnetic theory and its applications.
EMG aims to conduct high quality research in the field of applied electromagnetics in sustainable systems to meet the requirements of the society. EMG is committed to utilize PSU allocated resources to conduct high quality fruitful research in the field of sustainable development based on powerful electromagnetic modelling of sustainable systems. EMG aims to increase the impact of PSU research, help the members in their professional development, and accomplish the PSU mission.