Opening ceremony of the EmC XG Labs
- Monday, 15 May 2023
Barbara McCune, wife of late Earl McCune, and Lucas van Vliet, Dean of the EEMCS Faculty, inaugurated the Earl McCune XG Labs on April 17th, 2023. Many people attended the ceremony, both from the Microelectronics department as well as external partners such as TNO, Nokia, Rohde&Schwarz, BSW...
The EmC XG Labs receives its name from Prof. Earl McCune (EmC), who enabled the neXt Generation (XG) communication and sensing efforts at TU Delft thanks to his great enthusiasm, his vast amount of knowledge and his warm personality.
The EmC XG Labs consist of a cluster of state-of-the-art microwave laboratories, covering the frequency spectrum from 30 kHz to 500 GHz, able to perform measurements on packaged, on-wafer and over-the-air devices and systems, providing an excellent frame for students, scholars and faculty members to carry out their research.
The 2022 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship Grant awarded to dr. Karen Dowling
The 2022 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship Grant (€203K) Awarded to dr. Karen Dowling.Dr. Karen Dowling’s MSCA-PF was granted for her project titled “Precise X-Y-Z Readout with a micro-Magnetometer Inverted-pyramid Design (PYRAMID), ” in collaboration with Prof. dr. Kofi Mankinwa.
EU project TeraGreen and targets Tbps energy-efficient wireless links for future 6G networks
Nuria Llombart Juan (TSz group) got a 4-year EU project, called ‘TeraGreen and targets Tbps energy-efficient wireless links for future 6G networks’ (5 mln. Euro in total) granted. The TUD is the administrative and scientific coordinator of the project.
Clémentine Boutry receives ERC starting grant
Clémentine Boutry from the ECTM group of our department was awarded the ERC Starting grant. This European grant of €1.5 million for a five-year research programme is intended to enable individual scientists to build their own teams and conduct groundbreaking research.
Charlotte Frenkel (EI group) receives Veni grant
The Veni grant is a funding instrument from the Talent Programme of the Dutch Research Council (NWO). It allows researchers who have recently obtained their PhD to conduct independent research and develop their ideas for a period of three years. The Veni grant amounts to a maximum of EUR 280,000. A total of 17 researchers from TU Delft received a Veni, including Charlotte Frenkel from our department. A fantastic achievement!