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Burak gets Predoctoral Achievement Award

The IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Awards Committee has granted Burak Gönen a Predoctoral Achievement Award for 2018-19. For a small number of promising graduate students, the award provides a $1000 honorarium and reimbursement for travel expenses to ISSCC, the Society's flagship conference. Awards are made on the basis of academic record and promise, quality of publications, and a graduate study program well matched to the charter of SSCS.

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Microelectronics at work for sustainable healthcare

Institutions in the Medical Delta (a consortium consisting of TU Delft, Erasmus MC, LUMC, Leiden University and Erasmus University Rotterdam) are starting a broad and unique scientific programme in the field of technological research into innovative solutions for sustainable healthcare. This will involve an investment of five million euros over the next five years.

Health Prototype Grant for Virgilio Valente

Virgilio (Vivo) Valente received a Health Prototype Grant of €10K from the Delft Health Initiative for his proposal in the domains of Lab-on-CMOS and Organs-on-a-Chip.

Image formation for future radio telescopes

Radio astronomy is an interesting application area for array signal processing. We developed a new image formation tool called PRIFIRA, inspired by Sparse Bayesian Learning.

Burak gets Predoctoral Achievement Award

The IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Awards Committee has granted Burak Gönen a Predoctoral Achievement Award for 2018-19

BioCMOS

The convergence of biology and semiconductor technology for the development of efficient bioanalytical systems at the nanoscale. Article by Virgilio Valente in Maxwell 21.3.

Bioelectronic Medicine

Durability of Electronic Circuits for Bioelectronic Medicine. Article by Kambiz Nanbakhsh, Wouter Serdijn and Vasiliki Giagka in Maxwell 22.1.

Nikolas Gaio won a Lush Prize

The 16th of November one of our students, Nikolas Gaio, was awarded in Berlin with a Young Researcher Award in the Lush Prize 2018 for his work ‘Replacing animal tests with silicon chips’. This work was performed during his PhD project in ECTM.