In the Electrical Engineering / Electronics / Embedded Systems Laboratory, students learn the application-oriented basic functions of important devices and installations in electrical engineering and electronics. This includes knowledge of the essential electrical variables as well as the calculation of electrical arrangements.
The students get to know modern embedded systems in practice. This includes programming, commissioning as well as validation of the systems.
The aim of the practical courses is to impart the methodological skills for engineering approaches and problem solving.

Assignment of safety-relevant areas:
Assigned: -

Economic and scientific significance:
Electrical power engineering, resource-saving and economic power generation, embedded systems, artificial intelligence.

Typical laboratory output:
Circuit diagnosis and analysis, programming and commissioning of embedded systems.

Interdisciplinary use:
Cross-curricular use, master's / bachelor's / project work, student internships



  • Connector systems for electrical components
  • Oscilloscopes
  • Multimeter
  • LF power supplies
  • Generators
  • HF Counter  


Study programmes NIW, AIW, WIG, KIK
Laboratory responsibility

Prof. Stefan Weiherer
Prof. Simon Hufnagel

Laboratory staff

Babak Esmaili, M.Sc.
Martin Wimmer, B.Eng.

Laboratory area91.87 m2