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Huang, Chengyu (author)
Optogenetics is a biological technique that uses light to control cells in living tissues, typically neurons, that have been genetically modified to express light-sensitive ion channels. Using this technique, neuroscientists can investigate the neural circuits underlying neurological diseases with a higher spatio-temporal resolution when...
master thesis 2018
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Baquer Gómez, Gerard (author)
"The use of high-frequency stimulation for conduction block of the pudendal nerve has potentially high benefits for patients suffering from non-neurogenic urinary retention. Special care has to be put in the design of stimulation parameters to ensure safe operation and prevent electrode and tissue damage. While high-frequency conduction block...
master thesis 2018
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Steunebrink, Tim (author)
master thesis 2018
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Mul, Dieuwert (author)
Stochastic resonance (SR) is a phenomenon in which the presence of noise increases the performance of the system. The phenomenon has first been discovered in a climate change model and is later observed in neuronal systems. In artificial, electronic, systems, stochastic resonance is observed in systems based on Schmitt-Triggers and comparators....
master thesis 2018
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Varkevisser, Francesc (author), Enthoven, Lucas Alexander (author)
The goal of the REValUE Project is to design a test device which is able to stimulate nerve tissue with current driven, high frequency stimulation in the range from 1 to 15 kHz and 1 to 10 mA. The test device will be used in research to pudendal nerve blockage. This thesis describes the design process of a safety module for this device. The...
bachelor thesis 2018
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Sekeri, Makrina (author)
Malignant Melanoma (MM) is the most aggressive type of skin-cancer. Current diagnostic tools for the detection of malignancies of the skin (MM cancer) include histological, optical, ultrasound, and impedance-based techniques. The inadequacies of the first three practices are overwhelmed by the Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) method. EIS...
master thesis 2018
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Engelen, Max (author), van den Heuvel, Philip (author)
In the REstore Voiding Urinary rEtention (REValUE) project, a high frequency stimulator is designed that should be able to determine the optimal parameters to block the urethral sphincter. In this report the design of the control, interface, current source and electrode switching circuit of the device is explained – the other parts are explained...
bachelor thesis 2018
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Verkleij, Simon (author), Salden, Tom (author)
The goal of this Bachelor graduation project is to make an electrical stimulator that can be used to help people empty their urinary bladder. Patients that are unable to relax the urethral sphincter are most commonly treated by mechanically emptying the bladder or by sacral root stimulation where the roots are selectively cut.

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bachelor thesis 2018
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Veloso O Donell, Miguel (author)
Spike sorting is the gold standard algorithm to detect and classify neural spikes in extracellular electrophysiological data. The classical spike sorting algorithm is, however, not scalable to process thousands of neurons, and not fast enough to be applied on real time. Alternatively other algorithms have been implemented that are not only...
master thesis 2018
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Kaichouhi, Ali (author)
A phase-domain analog-to-digital converter (PhADC) is a promising alternative to a pair of amplitude-domain in-phase and quadrature (IQ) ADCs for low power FSK/PSK demodulation, but due to the nonlinear amplitude-to-phase conversion, IQ offsets and gain mismatch can produce nonlinear phase distortions which that can lead to phase errors and an...
master thesis 2018
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Liu, Minghui (author)
The neuroscience department of the Erasmus Medical Centre (EMC) has been working for many years to analyse the epilepsy and the treatments. It is a part of the neuro research in the collaborations between the Erasmus Medical Centre (EMC) neuroscience department and the section Bioelectronics at Delft University of Technology. The system is...
master thesis 2018
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Silos Viu, Maria (author)
Recently, there has been an increasing awareness of the critical role of sleep for the brain development of young infants. During the early neonatal stages of human development, the basic activity of the brain is to develop itself during sleep. Prolonged sleep is required in infants for further development of the nervous system. Sleep also plays...
master thesis 2017
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Insani Abdi Bangsa, Abdi (author)
Stochastic resonance (SR) is a phenomenon where the performance of a nonlinear system subjected to noise is better than it is without noise. This phenomenon can be found both in natural and artificial systems, especially in threshold-based systems such as comparators or a population of neurons. As noise always exists and interacts with the...
master thesis 2017
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Wu, Lichao (author)
Many fields need high performance time measurements, including particle detection, time-resolved imaging, transducer array channel multiplexing and other time of-flight systems. These measurements are often performed by means of time-to-digital converters(TDCs), that for these applications, require high resolution, accuracy, and throughput. This...
master thesis 2017
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Geelen, Jinne (author)
Close collaboration between the Bioelectronics department at Delft University of Technology and the Neuroscience department at the Erasmus Medical Centre has resulted in a successful tethered design for a real-time epileptic seizure detection and suppression method for mice. The goal of the Neuromate project is to develop this method into a...
master thesis 2017
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