Welcome to the Electronic Instrumentation Laboratory!
EI consists of the following reseach labs:
- Precision Analog
- Biomedical Devices
- CMOS Image Sensors
- Industrial Electronic Instrumentation
- Smart Ultrasound
- Power Management
- Cognitive sensor nodes and systems
- Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS)
- Integrated Extreme Environment Sensors
EI participates in following MSc tracks: MSc Microelectronics, MSc Biomedical Engineering, MSc Biomedical Devices.
Yannick Hopf receives SSCS Predoctoral Achievement Award
At the 2023 ISSCC, Yannick Hopf was awarded a Predoctoral Achievement Award from the IEEE Solid-State Circuit Society.
Prof. Kofi Makinwa top contributor ' chip olympics', ISSCC
At the 70th anniversary of the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC), often known as the “chip Olympics”, Prof. Kofi Makinwa is recognized as its top contributor. Since 2002, he has had a total of 77 papers accepted, and this year, he and his students contributed 8 papers – the best result ever for the TU Delft
Sensors and CMOS Interface Electronics (SCIE) Course
New Scholarship Opportunity for MSc Students
- Thu, 30 Mar 2023
- EEMCS (B36) lecture hall D@ta
Extreme III-V’s and Wide bandgap Semiconductors: Hall Sensors and Photoconductive Switches
Through my research career, I have worked with various wide bandgap and III-V materials to create sensors and opto-electronic power devices. High electron mobility is desirable for high performing, high precision sensors and low on-resistance in power devices. In this talk, I will present two concepts that leverage unique device operation regimes.