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MSc Track on Telecommunication and Sensing Systems

EE-BD Biomedical Devices (BD) profile

Topics: A profile in our MSc-EE program dedicated to biomedical devices. Biomedical devices are used for medical diagnosis, monitoring and treatment. They can be fixed, portable, wearable, implantable and injectable. They are active and thus embed electronics, computing and software

Teachers

prof.dr.ir. Wouter Serdijn

Circuits and systems for wearable, implantable and injectable medical devices, in particular electroceuticals and bioelectronic medicine.

prof.dr. Paddy French

Biomedical devices, sensor technology

prof.dr.ir. Frans Widdershoven

CMOS-based sensors, biosensors, IC design, semiconductor physics, modeling, simulation, machine learning

dr. Tiago Costa

Analog and mixed-signal CMOS circuit design for biomedical applications, including electroceuticals, implantable devices and lab-on-a-chip; microfabrication methods for monolithic integration of transducers in CMOS for biomedical applications.

dr. Vasiliki Giagka

Design and fabrication of active implantable devices; Analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits for biomedical applications

dr. Dante Muratore

Analog and mixed-signal CMOS circuit design for biomedical applications and sensor interfaces; circuit-algorithm co-design; neurophysiology.

dr.ir. Michiel Pertijs

Sensor interface circuits, smart sensors, ultrasonic imaging, acoustic sensors, energy efficiency, ultra-low power design, (self-)calibration techniques, capacitive sensors, precision analog circuits.

prof.dr.ir. Alle-Jan van der Veen

Array signal processing; Signal processing for communications

prof.dr.ir. Geert Leus

Signal processing for communications, with applications to underwater communications, cognitive radio, and multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) systems. Signal processing for (compressive) sensing with applications to ultrasound imaging and radar. Distributed signal processing. Graph signal processing.

prof.dr. Natasja de Groot

Cardiologist-Electrophysiologist, chief Research Unit Translational Electrophysiology

prof.dr. Andrew Webb

High field MRI and its clinical applications, Electromagnetism

dr.ir. Justin Dauwels

Machine learning, with applications to autonomous vehicles and biomedical signal processing

dr.ir. Richard Hendriks

Audio signal processing, signal processing for hearing aids, biomedical signal processing

dr.ir. Rob Remis

Electromagnetic and acoustic wavefield modeling, imaging, and inversion

dr. Borbála Hunyadi

Biomedical signal processing

prof.dr. Lina Sarro

Integrated silicon sensor and MEMS technology, electronic material processing and novel 3D micro/nanostructures; Organ-on-chip Technology

prof.dr.ir. Ronald Dekker

Flexible electronics

Last modified: 2021-05-04

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Credits: 120 EC
Period: 15/15/15/1

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