Aluminium foils for energy applications
Solid State Electronics is coordinating a Vinnova project Aluminium foils for energy applications exploring the use of surface coatings for energy storage.
Body computing for new smart health services
The Division of Solid-State Electronics participates in a new project funded by the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research to develop software to facilitate the study of the human body and the development of new smart health services using portable technology, implanted components and brain-machine interfaces.
Fat-IBC at the local news
Dagens Nyheter published an article on UU´s Fat-based IntraBody Communication approach.
Thin films for better fuel cells
Thin films group participates in a new project funded by the Swedish Energy Agency “Fuel cells with aluminium as a base material”.
KAW Foundation grants postdoctoral study in nanoelectronics at Standford to SSE´s graduate.
Qitao Hu received a generous grant today from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation to support his postdoctoral study at Stanford University. Big congratulations!
Smart Bioelectronic and Wearable Systems Summer School
Four days of science and relaxation on the Italian pre-alps to discover the latest updates about stretchable electronics devices for sport and healthcare.
Olle Engkvist for antibiotic resistance tests using electronic sensors
Professor Zhen Zhang received a grant from Stiftelsen Olle Engkvist to continue their study on rapid antibiotic resistance tests using electronic sensors.
Two New Senior Lectures at Division of Solid-State Electronics
The Division of Solid-State Electronics and the Department fo Electrical Engineering congratulate both Tomas Nyberg and Apurba Dev for their promotions as Senior Lecturer.
Olle Engkvist to explore parallel protein analysis with arrayed solid-state nanopores
Professor Shili Zhang received a grant from Stiftelsen Olle Engkvist to continue exploring protein analysis with nanopores.
Mirai for e-skin via collaboration with a large company in Japan
Electronic skin with the sensibility of a fingertip is the focus of one of the seven projects that have granted seed money in the MIRAI call for Academia/Industry collaborations.
Miniature laboratory with biomedical potential on a biochip
Wallenberg Academy Fellow Zhen Zhang is developing a new type of miniature laboratory withthe help of silicon chip technology.
Overcoming technological barriers in wireless brain-machine-body interfaces to empower individuals with multiple sclerosis: the new B-CRATOS paradigm shift begins
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is one of the world’s most common neurological conditions and the leading cause of non-traumatic disability in young adults, especially women. While there is currently no cure for MS, the condition can be managed through specialized help. The H2020 4 years B-CRATOS project, coordinated by Our Department started on March 1st, 2021 and aims at creating the first battery-free high-speed wireless in-body communication platform to overcome technological barriers and help individuals with MS.
Researchers at the Division of Solid-State Electronics involved in multimillion SEK project on wireless body area networks
The future, where we humans could control prosthetic parts of our bodies with our thoughts, is getting each time closer. In that direction, progress is now being made as part of an EU project in which researchers from the Division of Solid-State Electronics are making it possible for the brain to communicate with smarter prostheses via wireless networks inside the body. A new paradigm of wireless communication inside the body and an artificial skin with improved tactile capacity are among the foreseen groundbreaking developments. The coordinator of this EU project entitled B-CRATOS is Robin Augustine from the Division of Solid-State Electronics.
SINTEC project: best project website at the 2020 .eu web awards!
17 December 2020 – We are proud to inform you that the Horizon 2020 funded project SINTEC has received the award as best project website at the 2020 .eu web awards for the category "Laurels" dedicated to EU projects, educational institution and charitable organizations.
Chenyu Wen has received a postdoctoral project from The Swedish Research Council.
Chenyu Wen received a postdoctoral project from The Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet) in Spring 2020, with the title Transport of Ions and Molecules in Nanoscale Channels for Protein Analysis – TIMPANI.
Chenyu Wen has received a postdoctoral scholarship by the Wallenberg Foundation.
Chenyu Wen has received a generous postdoctoral scholarship from The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation. The host will be Prof. Martin Z. Bazant at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The project will last for two years and hopefully be launched before the end of 2020.
Docent lecture: Electrokinetic effect: Prospects for biomedical sensing
Dr. Apurba Dev gives his docent lecture in the subject of electrical engineering with specialization in Biological and Medical sensor technology.
Invited lecture: 3D integration the building blocks of upcoming technologies
You are cordially invited to a lecture by Dr. Fabrice Nemouchi from CEA-LETI on Friday, the 20th of September. The title of the lecture is ' 3D integration the building blocks of upcoming technologies'. The abstract of the lecture and the short CV of Dr. Nemouchi are provided below.
UU Workshop for Writing Successful MSCA IF Grant Proposals in Angstrom
The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowship (MSCA IF) provides an allowance to cover most of the living costs and travel as well as family costs. In addition, the EU contributes to the training, networking and research costs of the fellow, as well as to the management and indirect costs of the project. The next deadline is 11 September 2019.
Open Seminars on Enabling Technologies for biomedical applications, June 14, Angstrom
You are most welcome to the open Seminars on Enabling Technologies for biomedical applications organized by the Horizon 2020 project SINTEC-824984.
Friday, June 14th 2019 (Polhemssalen, Ångström Laboratory - ground floor)
Includes talks on Brain-inspired computation modelling, Microwave imaging, Plasmonic biosensors and Defibrillator
Please, reply to firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your participation latest Monday June 10th 2019 23:59 hs.
FREIA - workshop on energy efficient RF power generation - Häggsalen June 18-20, 2019
FREIA organizes an international workshop on energy efficient RF power generation for particle accelerators.
Disputation: Xi Chen, ”Silicon Nanowire Field-Effect Devices as Low Noise Sensors”
Disputation: Xi Chen, Division of Solid State Electronics,”Silicon Nanowire Field-Effect Devices as Low Noise Sensors”. 27 may, 09:15, Polhemsalen. Opponent: Professor Fengnian Xia, Yale University, USA.
Disputation: Jie Zhao,”Solution-Processable Conductive Graphene- Based Materials for Flexible Electronics. 12 June
Disputation: Jie Zhao, ”Solution-Processable Conductive Graphene-Based Materials for Flexible Electronics. 12 June, 9.15, Polhemsalen. Opponent: Professor Matti Mäntysalo, Tampere University of Technology.
Zhen Zhang has been promoted to professor. Congratulations!
SSF Framtidens forskningsledare: Zhen Zhang
Idag utsågs Zhen Zhang av SSF till Framtidens Forskningsledare. Docent Zhang är en av tjugo unga forskare som vardera får 12 Milj kr i projektbidrag. Projektet handlar om "Halvledarnanosensorteknik för ett smart samhälle".
Smarta styrbara antenner
Anders Rydberg och mikrovågsgruppen har fått bidrag från Vinnova för att tillsammans med Sivers IMA ta fram nya elektroniskt styrbara antenner för 5G.