Partenr: University of Michigan (UMICH)
The Center of Microwave Sensor Technology is a joint collaboration work between KACST and University of Michigan. It aspires to be a world-class leader in the development of the electromagnetic waves.
Electromagnetic waves are one of the most important physical phenomena that enable us to study and interact with the world around us. It is the physical medium used in the field of wireless communications. Hence, there is almost no place in the world without electromagnetic waves. Furthermore, electromagnetic waves have many use cases in medical, military and industrial applications. On the other hand, they may cause serious diseases if they are misused, so their study and understanding of their nature is essential for the time being.