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Fakkel, Stein (author)
Classical computer have difficulties simulating specific complex problems, therefore other computation options are being explored. One of these options is the quantum computer, which is expected to excel in various industries. The challenge for the quantum computer is scaling it up to a high number of qubits. The diamond-based quantum computer...
master thesis 2023
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Zhang, Zhenhua (author)
As silicon carbide(SiC) gets more and more attention from the semiconductor industry due to its robust mechanical and chemical properties, reliable and standardized processing technologies such as reactive ion etching(RIE) for SiC are in great demand. This is because of the difficulty and challenge of fabricating micro devices on the SiC...
master thesis 2023
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Pan, Jing (author)
GaN transistors have advantages over conventional Si MOSFETs, such as lower on-resistance, lower parasitic capacitance, higher break-down voltage, etc. However, due to the lack of the body diode, when GaN transistors conduct reverse current during dead time, the source-drain voltage (VSD) can be very large (up to 4-5 V, depending on the output...
master thesis 2023
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Liu, Qingxin (author)
Most injuries in football occur in the lower extremities due to high muscle stress. To prevent such injuries, the Dutch Football Association (KNVB) and the Delft University of Technology developed the Smart Sensor Shorts, an inertial sensor-based tracking system measuring the athlete’s lower body kinematics, to improve physical load estimates...
master thesis 2023
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R KANNAN, Shirley (author)
Organs-on-Chips (OoCs) are micro-engineered devices in which small samples of human-organ tissue are cultured on the substrate. A chip is designed in such a way that it can emulate the in-vivo physiological environment for disease modeling and drug screening. OoC technology can be incorporated into the drug development process from early drug...
master thesis 2022
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Tai, Yu-Chieh (author)
This thesis presents a temperature-dependent reference control method to compensate for the temperature effect on CMOS image sensors from -40◦C to 125◦C. Recently, machine vision has been one of the most important applications for CMOS image sensors. However, the working environment and operation might generate large temperature variations and...
master thesis 2022
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Beydilli, Esad (author)
Metal oxide nanoparticle gas sensors showpromise due to their high sensitivity towards a wide range of gases, low costs, and low complexity. Particle sizes at nanometers offer a high surface-to-volume ratio which provides more areas on the surface where reactions can occur. This work presents the application of spark ablated nanoparticles on...
master thesis 2022
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Gupta, Nikhil (author)
Today’s cars are undergoing the greatest transformation the industry has seen. Power MOSFETs play a crucial role in making electronics more energy efficient by driving down switching losses and Rdson using a combination of next-generation trench technology and ultra-thin dies. Power MOSFET dies are becoming larger ( > 5 X 5 mm ) and thinner (...
master thesis 2022
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Lindeman, Pim (author)
Distributing power and data around a garment is a common problem in sensor enabled e-textiles, as connecting separate electronic subsystems together using connectors and wires has proven to be unreliable and cumbersome. In this work a solution is presented that will eliminate the connectors by using two pairs of short-range wireless inductive...
master thesis 2022
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Son, Dongjin (author)
In this work, a SPAD-based LiDAR system is studied. In particular, the system employs a direct time-of-flight (dToF) method to reconstruct a target-reflected pulses using histogram, from which the distance to the target is estimated. More particularly, a time correlated single photon counting (TCSPC) method has been used to record the flight...
master thesis 2022
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Kolukisaoğlu, Tom (author)
This report presents a proof-of-concept for a sensor measuring the ionic concentrations in sweat using cyclic voltammetry. Development is focused on feasibility of the sensor. Theoretical evaluations of voltammetry as a working principle and its physical and electrochemical foundations are guiding principles of the design. The sensor is then...
master thesis 2022
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Waegenaere, Victor (author)
Real-time (RT) systems are widespread over different industries, e.g., healthcare, robotics, manufacturing, machine vision, etc. These systems consist of a hardware and software part that execute an RT application. These systems require a bounded and predictable time response on incoming events and execute all input and output (IO) tasks...
master thesis 2022
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Yeh, Jia-Jun (author)
Particle sorting is an important step in many biological and biomedical techniques. One sorting technique that has received a lot of attention is based on acoustophoresis. Manipulating cells with acoustic forces allows for a sorting method based on physical properties in a non-invasive, label-free, and biocompatible manner. To date, acoustic...
master thesis 2022
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Ivančević, Lovro (author)
The lack of reliable human physiology models in vitro combined with an ever-increasing set of health and safety requirements imposed by pharmaceutical regulatory agencies across the world is causing a concerningly low number of new drugs to reach the market. Organ-on-Chip (OoC) technology aims to aid faster development of new drugs by providing...
master thesis 2021
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SHANKAR, SHREYAS (author)
Silicon-based MEMS technology has been the standard for developing 2D and 3D<br/>micro-structures for many years. There are 2 main classifications of MEMS manufacturing technologies, viz. bulk micro-machining, and surface micro-machining.<br/>These techniques have its own set of drawbacks. Bulk micro-machining affects the structural integrity of...
master thesis 2021
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Chilagani, Shivendra Kaushik (author)
Graphene is two-dimensional allotrope of carbon with a honeycomb-like lattice structure. It shows exceptional properties in electrical, optical, thermal, mechanical and chemical fields. And due to its excellent properties, it is being researched to be used in many applications such as, sensors, graphene transistors, opto-electronics, etc. To...
master thesis 2021
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Subramaniam, Indulakshmi (author)
Active implantable devices are conventionally powered with batteries. The miniaturisation of implants necessitates the need to find an efficient way to transfer power wirelessly. Ultrasound energy transfer with its short wavelength, small receiving transducer size, beamforming capability makes deep tissue penetration possible making it a good...
master thesis 2021
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Galiti, Danai (author)
Currently, preclinical drug testing and disease modelling are based on static cell cultures and animal models that often fail at predicting the human pathophysiology. Alternatively, Organ-on-Chips (OoCs), dynamic microphysiological platforms, can be employed to recapitulate organ functions and mimic the cell's microphysiological environment....
master thesis 2021
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Burgers, Bastiaan (author)
Decreasing injuries in football is a topic of interest for the KNVB and KNHB. To reach this goal, the use of smart sensor pants is researched. The data will be used to develop models for finding injury risk factors that are related to movements. Currently, the system is capable of reading out the IMUs and storing the data on an SD-card, for post...
master thesis 2021
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Dijkema, Eric (author)
Ultrasound (US) neurostimulation, the non-pharmacological, reversible excitation or inhibition of the nervous system using ultrasonic waves, is emerging as a high interest topic in neurostimulation research. In the current project, an attempt was made to demonstrate US neuromodulation in a Lumbricus Terrestris model of evoked compound action...
master thesis 2020
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