- 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
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.
"The Rising Stars of TU Delft" featuring Tiago da Costa
Delft Health Initiative introduces "The rising stars of the TU Delft". Here we present stories of talented researchers, assistant and associate professors in the field of healthcare. The goal is to get to know the rising stars, read about their research and ambitions, and look for collaborations. Click below for the story of rising star Tiago da Costa.
- Tue, 19 Nov 2019
- Aula Senaatszaal
PhD Thesis Defence
Capacitively-Coupled Bridge Readout Circuits
This Ph.D. dissertation describes the design and realization of energy efficient readout integrated circuits (ROICs), that have an input referred noise density < 5 nV/√Hz and a linearity of < 30 ppm, as required by Wheatstone bridge sensors used in precision mechatronic systems. Novel techniques were developed, at both the system-level and circuit-level, to improve the ROIC’s energy-efficiency, while preserving its stability and precision. Two prototypes are presented, each with best-in-class energy efficiency, to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed techniques.