Health Technology

Our research groups Biommeda and Cmst are developing the background knowledge and are running high end open access facilities for health related research needed for better design of products and services for HealthTech (health technology), including the human biotech, implantable devices and smart contact lenses, MedTech (medical device technology) and digital health. Within our Institute Biomedical Technology (IBiTech) we have access to other major facilities like numerical and experimental modelling & simulation facilities, a large animal research facility, a small animal physiology core laboratory, clinical research programs, and small animal imaging facility.

  • Biommeda
  • Medisip (Medical Imaging and Signal Processing)
  • CMST (Centre for Microsystems Technology)

Green and Secure Computing

In search of more powerful, but less power-hungry computers, our Computing Systems Lab develops novel design methodologies for both individual processors and whole computing systems, more efficient run-time resource management techniques and tools, and innovative processor and accelerator architectures. The lab hence delivers solutions that use available resources much more efficiently and effectively. To do so more securely as well, the lab develops new security solutions and software protections, as well as tools and techniques to automate their deployment.

Smart objects

The rapid evolution of micro- and nano-electronic systems has made it possible to add intelligence to almost all devices and utensils, commonly referred to as the ‘internet of things’ (IOT). Research group Centre for Microsystems Technology (CMST) develops the knowledge and technology for the creation of smart wearables and intelligent ‘e-textile’. This involves research on stretchable electronics, biocompatibility issues, smart-power designs and technology, optical fiber-based distributed sensor arrays, etc.

Tunable photonics and liquid crystals

Development of new electro-optical devices based on liquid crystals, electrophoretics, luminescent materials or solar cells

Circuits and systems

Research in the CAS-group is on analog integrated circuits and systems for sensors and telecommunication applications. The group's philosophy is to solve physical and technological imperfections by setting up an innovative system architecture.  Typical research topics are high precision and/or high speed analog to digital convertors, sensor systems and time-based systems such as VCOs, PLLs or Clock and Data recovery circuits.

Internet technology and data science

Fundamental and applied research on internet technology and data science.