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Welcome to AIRWiki!

AIRWiki is AIRLab's Wiki, a tool for teachers, researchers and students which allows to share information about projects in an easy and quick way.

How do I access the contents of this wiki?

To read and modify any page you first have to login. To login you first have to be registered. To open a new account send an email (with "AIRWiki Registration" as subject) to either migliore (at) elet (dot) polimi (dot) it or eynard (at) elet (dot) polimi (dot) it, containing (i) your first name, (ii) your last name and (iii) your email address.

How can I contribute?

If you have information about your project you want to share (description of what you do, links to useful sources of information, HOWTOs about lab tools, and so on) just share them: it's as easy as creating a new page!

Moreover, a wiki always needs help in terms of maintenance, linking between pages, shaping of a structure and so on. And well, in this very moment it also needs a logo ;-) If you want to help please send an email to either migliore (at) elet (dot) polimi (dot) it or eynard (at) elet (dot) polimi (dot) it.

Research areas

At the AIRLab we work on a very broad range of topics. They can, more or less, be subdivided into the following categories:


Research work in the above areas is subdivided into projects. Details about active and finished projects are available at the Projects page.


To work, you generally need a place and/or some hardware. The following links tell you

AIRLab survival guide

Sometimes the most difficult problems are not what you expect...