Ultrasound ASICs & Energy-Efficient Sensors
Contact: Michiel Pertijs
- Integrated circuits for medical ultrasound
- Energy-efficient sensor interfaces
- Environmental sensors (humidity, pH, CO2)
- Calibration and self-calibration techniques
Projects under this theme
Precision Ultrasonic Flow Meters using Matrix Transducers
In this project, we will develop a new class of clamp-on ultrasonic flow meters using matrix transducers
Integrated Circuits for Intra-Vascular Ultrasound Imaging
In this project, we develop integrated circuits to enable the next generation of 3D intra-vascular ultrasound probes
Integrated Near Field sensOrs for high Resolution MicrowavE spectRoscopy
The goal of this project is the creation of a new class of sensors, enabling fast and accurate dielectric characterization of biological samples, with high-sensitivity and high-spatial resolution.
3D Plane-wave ultrasound matrix transducer for carotid artery diagnosis
In this project, we will develop a very powerful, three-dimensional (3D) ultrasound system for real-time imaging of the carotid arteries.
Miniature ultrasound probes for real-time 3D imaging and monitoring of cardiac interventions
This research project will enable the next generation of miniature ultrasound probes for real-time 3D transesophageal echocardiography, suitable for use in small children and newborns.
Perishables Monitoring through Smart Tracking of Lifetime and Quality by RFID
In this project, a wireless sensor platform has been developed to monitor the environmental conditions of perishable goods in the supply chain between producer and consumer.
Best MSc Award 2017 goes to Douwe
Douwe van Willigen received the best MSc award from the electronic instrumentation laboratory. He was one of the four students nominated for the best MSc award.
Michele D'Urbino wins the A-SSCC Student Design Contest
At the 2017 Asian Solid-State Circuits Conference, Michele D'Urbino (recent graduate from Michiel Pertijs' group) won the Student Design Contest.
Chao Chen wins Best Student Paper Award
At the 2017 IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium in Washington DC, PhD student Chao Chen has won the Best Student Paper Award.
- Farzad Mirzaei
- Sander Flipse
- Hao Fan (2017)
- Douwe van Willigen (2017)
- Michele D'Urbino (2017)
- Yixin Shi (2017)
- Magda Ursulean (2017)
- Wei Wu (2017)
- Weichen Xu (2017)
- Mingliang Tan (2016)
- Weihan Hu (2015)
- Nikola Radeljic-Jakic (2015)
- Revanth Bellamkonda (2015)
- Giorgos Karykis (2015)
- Qilong Liu (2015)
- Luis Edoardo Rueda Guerrero (2014)
- Yuming He (2014)
- Marco De Stefano (2014)
- Lokesh Rajendran (2013)
- Yuxin Yan (2013)
- Anirban Saha (2013)
- Chao Chen (2012)
- Umanath Kamath (2012)
- Fan Guo (2011)
- Zeng Zeng (2011)
- Folkert Roscam Abbing (2011)
- Saket Sakunia (2010)