Electromagnetic Effects Research Laboratory

The mission of Electromagnetic Effects Research Laboratory (EMERL) is to support research and education in electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Its goal is to develop the knowledge and people necessary to solve the EMC problems of today and tomorrow. Advancing EMC technologies help improve the hardware designs in new technologies for 5G wireless, autonomous vehicles, smart cities and more. The research can also have profound impacts on society and improve national security, in an information era in which our society is more dependent than ever on data connection and the internet of things. EMERL will continue to facilitate research collaborations and transferring knowledge.

About Us

Get to know us
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in partnership with in DSO National Laboratories (or DSO in short) jointly set up the Electromagnetic Effects Research Laboratory (EMERL) in 2007 to spearhead electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electromagnetic interference (EMI) research, an area critical to the reliable operation of increasingly complex and sophisticated electronic systems.

Our Research Focus

More on our research focus
  • Lightweight and high performance electromagnetic shielding
  • Radio frequency interference (RFI) analysis
  • High-speed signal and power integrity design
  • EMI filter design for power converters
  • Wireless energy harvesting

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