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Pak, A. (author)
Currently, neurostimulation holds the capability of treating symptoms associated with epilepsy, essential tremor, depression, migraine, incontinence, Parkinson's, Tourette's, and other diseases and disorders. Given the constant evolution in the field of biomedical technology and the increasing demand for advanced solutions in neural interface...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Smit, Jelle (author)
Organ-on-chip (OoC) technology has transformed biomedical research by providing a platform to simulate physiological conditions for drug development and disease modeling. Incubator-free OoC systems offer notable advantages over traditional approaches, including enhanced adaptability and impermeability to gases. Nevertheless, achieving precise...
master thesis 2024
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Yousefzadeh, B. (author)
Temperature greatly affects the performance of integrated circuits, and so temperature sensors are often necessary to ensure reliable operation and stable performance. The goal of the work described in this thesis is to realize a temperature sensor in CMOS technology that can be produced at low cost. In the first step, a temperature sensor is...
doctoral thesis 2024
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Singh, Abhiraj (author)
Lung-on-Chip (LoC) are devices that give cells a habitat in vitro that tries to more nearly imitate their natural environment in vivo. This microscale bio-mimetic device is designed to replicate essential features of the human lung within a controlled environment. While advancements in microfluidic technology have been substantial, the lung-on...
master thesis 2024
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Lammers, Steven (author)
Electron energy-loss spectroscopy (EELS) is a powerful analytical technique used in transmission electron microscopy (TEM) to investigate the energy loss of electrons as they interact with a specimen. EELS provides valuable information about the electronic structure, composition, and bonding properties of materials at the nanoscale. Despite its...
master thesis 2024
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Spoerer Ruiz-Tagle, Sebastián (author)
This project explores the integration of a microfluidic system within the MedRing device, aimed at enhancing women’s health monitoring by non-invasively tracking fertility-related biomarkers. The primary goal is to leverage MedRing’s capabilities to provide real-time, accurate health insights, thereby contributing to the advancement of...
master thesis 2024
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Righetti, Giulia (author), Zilio, Claudio (author), Hooman, K. (author), Mancin, Simone (author)
Among experts, it is well-known that the thermal conductivity of PCMs (phase change materials) is low hence a major limitation for their commercial application. This work proposes alternative, inexpensive, but nevertheless effective solutions to increase the average thermal conductivity of a PCM system (a commercial paraffin wax, having a...
journal article 2024
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Liu, Minne (author), Li, Wenyu (author), Chen, Wei (author), Ibrahim, Mesfin S. (author), Xiong, Jingkang (author), Zhang, Kouchi (author), Fan, Jiajie (author)
During the operation of an LED array, its thermal and optical performances are always not equal to the superposition of the individual LED's characteristics because of a significant thermal coupling effect between the arrays. Based on this, this paper proposes an electrical–photo-thermal model, with considering both junction temperature and...
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Martin, H.A. (author), Smits, Edsger C.P. (author), Poelma, René H. (author), van Driel, W.D. (author), Zhang, Kouchi (author)
This article introduces an online condition monitoring strategy that utilizes a transient heat pulse to detect package thermal performance degradation. The metric employed is the temperature-dependent transient thermal impedance "Zth(t, Tamb)."The proposed methodology offers quantitative insights into package thermal performance degradation...
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de Haan, Pim (author), Mulder, Jean Paul S.H. (author), Lötters, J.C. (author), Verpoorte, Elisabeth (author)
Stable delivery of liquids to microfluidic systems is essential for their reproducible functioning, especially when supplying flows to organs-on-chips – delicate living models that recreate human physiology on the microscale and thus can be used to reduce the need for animal testing. Most flow control systems are unable to sustain a robust...
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Li, Siyue (author), Zhou, Shize (author), Xue, Yongqi (author), Fan, Wenjie (author), Cheng, Tong (author), Ji, Jinlun (author), Dai, Chenyang (author), Song, Wenqing (author), Gao, C. (author)
Network-on-Chip (NoC) is a scalable on-chip communication architecture for the NN accelerator, but with the increase in the number of nodes, the communication delay becomes higher. Applications such as machine learning have a certain resilience to noisy/erroneous transmitted data. Therefore, approximate communication becomes a promising solution...
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Carballás Boluda, Ramón (author)
The current drug development process is a costly effort both in terms of budget and time. Organ-on-Chip (OoC) technologies are rapidly developing and are used for various applications and studies that aim to reduce the costs of this process. They represent the convergence between tissue engineering and microfluidic technology to provide...
master thesis 2023
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Muntenaar, Laura (author)
Demand for smart, Internet-connected devices and other electronics has increased dramatically in recent years. This increase in demand for technological devices, driven by advancements in Artificial Intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), and autonomous systems, has exposed the digital system to potential security threats. As more...
master thesis 2023
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Martins Da Ponte, R. (author)
The development of personalized healthcare solutions is a complex and multifaceted challenge that requires synergistic collaboration and cross-fertilization between multiple disciplines, including microelectronics, nanotechnology, materials science, and biotechnology. As numerous biomedical applications necessitate the precise regulation and...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Guo, P. (author)
This thesis presents the design and implementation of integrated ultrasound transceivers for use in transfontanelle ultrasonography (TFUS). Two generations of ultrasound transceiver ASICs integrated with PZT transducer arrays intended for TFUS are presented. In the first generation, a novel AFE design that combines an LNA with the continuous TGC...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Dong, Yingzhou (author)
Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the top cause of death worldwide, and their diagnosis can be quickly and painlessly achieved through Electrocardiogram (ECG). The diagnosis of electrocardiogram has gradually evolved from manual diagnosis by doctors to one that can be realized using Artificial Intelligence (AI). Early AI still required manual...
master thesis 2023
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Shen, Zhaofeng (author)
Nowadays, to reduce the dependence of devices on cloud servers, machine learning workloads are required to process data on the edge. Furthermore, to improve adaptability to uncontrolled environments, there is a growing need for on-chip learning. Limitations in power and area for edge devices have increased interest in low-cost neural network...
master thesis 2023
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Motreuil-Ragot, P.A. (author)
An organ-on-chip (OoC) is a microelectromechanical (MEMS) device that aims to recapitulate in-vitro the physiology of the smallest functional unit of an organ in order to perform drug analysis or study disease models. OoCs are very complex systems that require actuation and sensing capabilities within controlled and delicate environment. The...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Dostanic, M. (author)
The high death toll of cardiovascular diseases worldwide and the lack of effective treatments for them are the main motivation for developing alternative and more efficient models for cardiac drug development and disease research. The missing link between current laboratory research on static in vitro and animal models and the clinical stage...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Struijk, Victor (author)
Life at low-Reynolds numbers regime is intriguing. Single motile bacteria are known to exhibit erratic behaviour; they swim in what is known as a random walk, alternating between periods of swimming straight and abrupt moments of re-orientation. Yet in dense populations, cells of E.coli have been reported to exhibit weak synchronization and self...
master thesis 2023
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