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Professor Wouter Serdijn appointed as Medical Delta Professor

Since 2011 Medical Delta professorships have been established and approved by the executive board of Delft University of Technology, Erasmus University Rotterdam and Leiden University. At the moment 13 professors are active as Medical Delta professor.

A Medical Delta professorship is an honorary title for those who meet the requirements that they have double appointments at, at least, two of the three universities participating in Medical Delta and are active in research and teaching in a way that makes a Medical Delta appointment appropriate.

In the last year the board of Medical Delta together with the scientific council of the Medical Delta and governors of the academic knowledge institutes developed a process to identify the professors that fulfil these criteria. Based on this process a number of professors have been identified to be eligible for this honorary title of which professor Wouter Serdijn is one.

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ECTM developing UVC LED test system to study virus disinfection

Read the interview with Tianyi Jin who, together with 3 MSc students, the group of Professor Fouchier of the Erasmus MC, and supported by the TUDelft COVID-19 fund, is developing a platform to test the disinfecting power of UVC LEDs.

Professor Wouter Serdijn appointed as Medical Delta Professor

Wouter Serdijn, chair bio electronics of the department Micro electronics (EEMCS faculty) has been appointed as a Medical Delta Professor for a 5 year period.

Kleine Stromstöße mit heilsamer Wirkung (Eng: Small surges of electricity with a healing effect)

Winzige Chips statt Medikamente – leitet die „Bioelektronik“ eine neue Ära der Medizin ein? Ein Überblick über die neuen Ansätze (Eng: Tiny chips instead of medication - does "bioelectronics" usher in a new era of medicine? An overview of the new approaches). Article by Susanne Donner with, a.o. Vasiliki Giagka in Der Tagespiegel.

How smart sensors can prevent epilepsy

In Delft and Rotterdam, Wouter Serdijn and Christos Strydis are collaborating on a network of sensors and stimulators for the body. By picking up signals and sending the brain a rapid wake-up call, they hope to be able to predict and prevent epileptic fits. ‘If we can close the loop, we’ll have the technology ready within three years.’ Article in Nodes, with Christos Strydis and Wouter Serdijn.

Bachelor student Dewwret Sitaldin wins first prize 3-E Royal SMIT BSc prize

Electrical engineering bachelor student Dewwret Sitaldin, has won the first prize in the national competition for best BSc graduates 2019. Under supervision of dr. ir. J. van Duijsen he worked on the project named' Solar drone; Photovoltaic System & Power management'

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