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Veni award for Masoud Babaie

Energiezuinige, mm-formaat radiofrequentiezendontvangers voor Internet-der-dingen toepassingen (PaTRIOT)

Miniaturization of wireless implantable medical devices to sub-mm dimensions can play a critical role in our future healthcare systems. However, the size of those devices is currently limited by off-chip crystal oscillators. This proposal introduces a new digital-intensive solution to break that barrier and enable fully integrated and implantable radios.

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Therapies without drugs -- Tech News

Fraunhofer researchers Tim Hosman and Vasiliki Giagka are investigating the potential of microimplants to stimulate nerve cells and treat chronic conditions like asthma, diabetes, or Parkinson’s disease. Find out what makes this form of treatment so appealing and which challenges the researchers still have to master.

Prof. Klaas Bult receives IEEE Donald O. Pederson award

Prof. Klaas Bult received the prestigious IEEE Donald O. Pederson award 2020 for outstanding contributions to solid-state circuits.

Student Alberto brings wireless monitoring a step closer

In September 2017 Alberto Gancedo started his master programme Microelectronics at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS). Alberto’s ambition was bigger than obtaining his degree. His ambition was to develop a small, portable and cheap monitoring device to detect unusual brain activity in premature babies directly after birth. Thanks to donations from EEMCS alumni, Alberto could start his master’s at TU Delft and work towards this ambition. Alberto graduated in the beginning of February 2020 and proudly updates Delft University Fund and EEMCS alumni about his achievements.

Christos Strydis winner of the Delft Health Competition

During the Future Health at TU Delft Symposium of January 23, Christos Strydis (Computer Engineering, Bioelectronics and Neuroscience) won one of the three prizes of 10,000 Euro in the Delft Health Competition.

Aleksandar Jovic's paper highlighted as an Editor's Pick in Applied Optics

The manuscript by Dr. Aleksandar Jovic et al. entitled "A Self-Aligned Micro-Optic Integrated Photonic Platform" has been highlighted as Editor's Pick for the journal Applied Optics

Milica Dostanic wins Best poster award at International MicroNanoConference 2019

ECTM's Milica Dostanic poster titled "A miniaturized EHT platform for contractile tissue measurements" was awarded the Best poster award at this year's International MicroNanoConference (Utrecht, NL).

Dutch-Japanese astronomical instrument measures 49 shades of far-infrared