Chao Chen wins Best Student Paper Award
- Thursday, 21 September 2017
At the 2017 IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium in Washington DC, PhD student Chao Chen has won the Best Student Paper Award. Chao works in Michiel Pertijs’ group at the Electronic Instrumentation Lab on integrated circuits for miniature ultrasound probes, in close collaboration with the Acoustical Wavefield Imaging group at TNW, and the Thoraxcenter at Erasmus MC. Chao’s paper describes a chip that makes it possible to connect 1000’s of small ultrasound transducer elements integrated at the tip of an endoscope or catheter to an imaging system. It represents an important step towards the realization of future miniature 3D ultrasound probes. The International Ultrasonics Symposium is IEEE’s main forum for researchers to present new results and learn about recent advances in medical and industrial ultrasonics.
Perspectief Programme ULTRA-X-TREME Granted
NWO has announced that the ULTRA-X-TREME programme, in which the Ultrasound ASICs group of the Electronic Instrumentation Lab participates, is one of the six Perspectief Programmes that will be funded.
Our work on Intravascular Ultrasound featured on the cover of TUFFC
A paper of the Ultrasound ASICs group on Intravascular Ultrasound is featured on the cover of the Oct 2018 issue of the IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control
Six papers at the 2018 IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium
At the 2018 IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS) - the world’s premier conference on ultrasound research held in Kobe, Japan, in October - we presented six papers covering various aspects of our work on integrated circuits for smart ultrasound applications.
Vacancy: Assistant/Associate Professor of Bioelectronics
The Bioelectronics group is offering a tenure-track position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level in the field of biomedical circuits and systems. You will further develop existing research topics, such as mixed-mode and digital circuits and systems for active wearable and implantable medical devices and create new topics, which may include bioelectronic medicine. You will be involved in teaching at the BSc and MSc levels in the TU Delft's Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering programmes and the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Technical Medicine programme. Collaborative initiatives are strongly encouraged. You are expected to write research proposals for national and international funding organisations.
Prof. dr. Makinwa installed as KNAW member
Prof. Dr. Kofi Makinwa, Professor Electronic Instrumentation and chair of the Micro Electronic department to the faculty of EEMCS, was selected as a new member of The Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences (KNAW) in April. Members of the KNAW, leading scientists from all disciplines, are chosen on their scientific achievements. The new academy members were installed on September 17 in Amsterdam.