- Biosignal acquisition/conditioning/detection
- Neuromodulation and -stimulation
- Transcutaneous and intra-body wireless communication
- Wireless power transfer and management
- Energy harvesting
- Bioinspired electronics
- Implantable electronics
- Flexible implants
- Microsystem integration
- CMOS microfluidic multi-electrode and sensor arrays
- Wireless CMOS biosensors and sensor technology
- Biosensors, BioMEMS and electrodes
Bioelectronics consists of 5 professors, 1 technician, 1 secretary and 12 researchers.
Presentation on electroceuticals, highlighting some of the work done in our section. Read more.
Video recording of Wouter A. Serdijn's inaugural lecture (NL: intreerede, in het Nederlands), March 30, 2016: Beter worden met elektroceutica -- elektronische medicijnen reiken de helpende hand.
New sensor chips; low-cost, smart and efficient
Imagine using a chip to analyse heart cells, or being notified by a smart plaster if your heart rate gets too high. These are two examples of research that Frans Widdershoven is working on. This fresh new professor is developing new smart sensors.
Treating your disorder with electronic medicines
Increasing numbers of people now have a chip in their body which they can use to make payments or check in to public transport. “It sounds futuristic, but the technology is not that extraordinary”, explains Prof. Wouter Serdijn. “My dog has something similar.”