ET4127 Themes in Biomedical Electronics
The course addresses the impact of microtechnologies on medicine and biology.
The following topics are part of the course:
- Biomicroelectromechanical systems (BioMEMS)
- Micro- and nano-fluidics
- Electroceuticals and bioelectronic medicine
- Electromagnetics and wavefield imaging for MRI
- Ultrasound (incl. intravascular ultrasound)
- Lab-on-chip, lab-on-CMOS
- Biomedical signal processing
prof.dr. Paddy French
Biomedical devices, sensor technology
dr.ir. Andre Bossche
Integrated Sensors, Nano-Fluidic Devices and Packaging Technology
prof.dr.ir. Wouter Serdijn
Circuits and systems for wearable, implantable and injectable medical devices, in particular electroceuticals and bioelectronic medicine.
dr.ir. Rob Remis
Electromagnetic and acoustic wavefield modeling, imaging, and inversion
dr. Vasiliki Giagka
Design and fabrication of active implantable devices; Analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits for biomedical applications
dr. Tiago Costa
Analog and mixed-signal CMOS circuit design for biomedical applications, including electroceuticals, implantable devices and lab-on-a-chip; microfabrication methods for monolithic integration of transducers in CMOS for biomedical applications.
dr.ir. Michiel Pertijs
Sensor interface circuits, smart sensors, ultrasonic imaging, acoustic sensors, energy efficiency, ultra-low power design, (self-)calibration techniques, capacitive sensors, precision analog circuits.
prof.dr.ir. Frans Widdershoven
CMOS-based sensors, biosensors, IC design, semiconductor physics, modeling, simulation, machine learning
prof.dr.ir. Ronald Dekker
dr. Massimo Mastrangeli
Organ-on-chip technology, micro/nanosystems assembly, capillary manipulation, solid-liquid interfaces
dr. Dante Muratore
Analog and mixed-signal CMOS circuit design for biomedical applications and sensor interfaces; circuit-algorithm co-design; neurophysiology.
dr. Clementine Boutry
Biodegradable technologies, biodegradable materials and devices (MEMS, sensors, actuators, and electric circuits) for Organ-on-Chip, medical and environmental applications
Last modified: 2023-01-06