Vasiliki Giagka elected member of the IEEE Biomedical and Life Science Circuits and SystemsTechnical Committee
- Friday, 23 June 2017
At its annual meeting during the International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, Vasiliki Giagka (Section Bioelectronics) was elected member of the IEEE Biomedical and Lifescience Circuits and Systems Technical Committee.More ...
ABN Amro gaat betalen met je ring mogelijk maken
- Thursday, 22 June 2017
ABN Amro claimt de eerste bank ter wereld te zijn die het mogelijk maakt om met een ring te betalen in plaats van met een pinpas. De bank experimenteert daar momenteel mee met een selecte groep van klanten. Hoeveel mensen met de ring willen betalen, is nog maar de vraag. Volgens hoogleraar bio-elektronica Wouter Serdijn hangt dat ook af van wat de ring nog meer voor functies krijgt. Item van de NOS, ook verschenen bij Finanzen en PowNed, d. 22 juni 2017.More ...
NWO Demonstrator Grant awarded to Wouter Serdijn (Bioelectronics) and Cees-Jeroen Bes (in-Holland)
- Wednesday, 21 June 2017
We recently developed a radically new technique, coined "additive companding", which solves important technological limitations of current neural recording systems. The technology has been patented, tested in the lab as proof of concept and is now ready to be developed further into a prototype. The foreseen prototype will allow for continuous and complete monitoring of neural activity, offers better performance and consumes drastically less volume (<400 µm x 400 µm x 400 µm) and energy (<<1 mW) than neural monitoring systems that currently exist or are under development. Clinically, the continuous and complete neural monitoring will offer new insights into the exact workings of nerve and brain tissue and it becomes possible to take the first step into the development of active medical implants that adjust themselves to the therapeutical needs of the patient without subjective measures. This, ultimately, enhances the health-related quality of life of patients with nerve and/or brain disorders and allows for a better treatment of a larger variety of nerve and brain disorders.
In de Zweedse trein kun je inchecken met een onderhuidse chip
- Saturday, 17 June 2017
Alleen uw hand even omhooghouden, waarna de treinconducteur die met zijn smartphone aanraakt en 'bliep': u bent ingecheckt. In Nederland is dit nog toekomstmuziek, maar in Zweden beleven treinreizigers momenteel de wereldwijde primeur in het openbaar vervoer: inchecken met een onder de huid aangebrachte microchip. Artikel in De Volkskrant en in De Morgen, d. 17 juni 2017, met een bijdrage van Wouter SerdijnMore ...
Best Student Paper Award at the RIFC Symposium for Milad Mehrpoo (ELCA Group)
- Friday, 16 June 2017
At the 2017 RFIC Symposium that was held on 4-6 June 2017 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, Milad Mehrpoo received the RFIC 2017 Best Student Paper Awards. The award was for the design of "A Wideband Linear Direct Digital RF Modulator Using Harmonic Rejection and I/Q Interleaving RF DACs". Mohsen Hashemi and Yiyu Shen were his co-authors while Leo de Vreede and Morteza Alavi were his advisors. This work was supported by EU Catrene project EAST and Dutch STW project SEEDCom.
This is how we will become bionic super humans
- Thursday, 15 June 2017
Tech companies want to fix spinal cord injuries and make enhanced super humans that communicate through telepathy, or so Prof. Wouter Serdijn heard at a meeting this spring in Washington. There are some snags though.More ...
Kick off meeting Integrated Cooperative Automated Vehicles (i-CAVE)
- Wednesday, 14 June 2017
On June 6 and 7, 2017 the two days kick off meeting of the i-Cave project took place at the TU Eindhoven.
This NWO research program addresses current transportation challenges regarding throughput and safety with an integrated approach to automated and cooperative driving. In i-CAVE, a cooperative dual mode automated transport system is researched and designed, consisting of dual mode vehicles which can be driven automatically and manually to allow maximum flexibility. The program integrates technological roadmaps for automated and cooperative driving, accelerating the development of novel transportation systems addressing today's and future mobility demands.
Quick Facts of iCAVE
Number of Participating Organizations = 5
- Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven
- University of Twente, Enschede
- Delft University of Technology, Delft
- University of Amsterdam
- Radboud University, Nijmegen
- System control integration
- Dynamic fleet management
- Human factors
- Functional safety
- Living-lab evaluation
Prof. DSc. Alexander Yarovoy, Dr. Faruk Uysal and PhD. candidate Nannan Chen, conduct research under the Communication research line of i-CAVE project in close collaboration with Information and Communication Theory (ICT) Lab of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). The research of group aims to implement RADAR-based communication, allowing advanced driver assistance systems to be used as both sensors and communication devices, realizing a more robust and synergetic approach to sensing and communication for safe high-speed automated and cooperative driving. To address interaction capabilities between vehicles and environment, we focus on radar processing methods with signals that allow for communication functionality. MS3 is highly cooperating with NXP on this.
Other Participants from TU Delft:
In addition to the MS3 group in EWI, Rudy Negenborn and Gabriel Lodewijks of the department of Maritime and Transportation Technology in the faculty 3mE will be conducting extensive research into dynamic fleet management of groups of automated vehicles.
Best student paper award VLSI Symposium for PhD Bahman Yousefzadeh
- Wednesday, 14 June 2017
At the 2017 VLSI Symposium, Bahman Yousefzadeh received the 2016 best student paper award! The award was for the design of a CMOS temperature sensor with record-breaking inaccuracy of less than +/-0.06 °C over a wide temperature range (-70 °C to 125 °C). Saleh Heidary and Kofi Makinwa were co-authors, and the work was done in collaboration with NXP Semiconductors. The resulting journal paper can be found in the here.
Best Student Presentation Award for Jamal Amini
- Tuesday, 30 May 2017
At the 2017 Symposium on Information Theory and Signal Processing (Delft, 11-12 May), organized by the IEEE Benelux Chapter, Jamal Amini received a best student presentation award. Congratulations!More ...
Major grant for 'Organ-on-a-chip' research
- Friday, 12 May 2017
The research project NOCI (Netherlands Organ-on-Chip Initiative) has been awarded a prestigious NWO Gravitation subsidy (Zwaartekracht premie) of 18.8 million euros. The program is led by Christine Mummery, Professor of Developmental Biology at the LUMC and UT, and involves five other renowned scientists: Michel Ferrari (neurologist, LUMC), Albert van den Berg (nanotechnologist, UT), Hans Clevers (cell biologist, Hubrecht Institute), Cisca Wijmenga (human geneticist, UMCG) and Lina Sarro (nanotechnologist, TU Delft), all linked to the organ-on-chip consortium Human Organ and Disease Model Technologies (hDMT). NOCI aims at creating a new platform, based on a combination of human stem cells and microchips, to learn more about the development of diseases and to better predict the effect of medicines, and will be a decisive step towards personalized health care.
Prof Lina Sarro: ‘The three-dimensional micro- and nano-structuring of silicon and polymers developed at TU Delft enables us to replicate organ functions precisely and reproducibly. Electrodes and sensors can be integrated in order to provide electromechanical stimulation and read out of the cells. In addition, the IC (integrated circuit)-compatible microfabrication techniques used allow large-scale production with high reproducibility, which is essential for a wide use and later commercialisation of these devices’.For more information:
Photograph by: Melvin Tas
BEST PAPER AWARD for DANIELE CAVALLO at EuCAP 2017
- Monday, 27 March 2017
Daniele Cavallo received the "Best Paper Award in Electromagnetics and Antenna Theory" at the European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP 2017), held in Paris, France, on 19-24 March 2017.
The paper awarded is titled "Analysis of Artificial Dielectrics Composed of Non-Aligned Layers," and was coauthored with the master student Cantika Felita.
EuCAP is one of the major international conferences in the field of antennas and propagation, with about 1300 attendees from academia, research centers and industry and 950 papers presented.