The objectives of the Division of Solid State Electronics are to develop technical solutions from individual devices to small systems. We strive for innovations related to electronic sensors, biomechatronics, neuroprosthetics and medical systems for continuous and real-time health monitoring. We also explore materials- and component-solutions for the brain-inspired computing technology, energy efficient electronics, as well as energy conversion and electricity generation to operate small self-supporting sensor systems.
Our research is basic, strategic and long-term. Read more about it in our Popular Science description.
These are our research areas:
- Sensors for Biology, Medicine, Healthcare & Environment
- Medical Engineering & Wearable Electronics
- Energy Scavenging & Energy Efficient Electronics
- Synthesis of Smart Thin-Film Materials
- Brain-Inspired Computing (being initiated)
Our research platforms are divided into three mayor categories: System Demonstration, Chip Making and Characterisation.
Platforms for System Demonstration
- Electronic, Ionic & Optoelectronic Sensor Technology
- Biomechatronics & Neuroprosthetics
- Clinical Technology
- Neuromorphic & Quantum Electronics (being initiated)
Platforms for Chip Making
- Vacuum-Based Materials Synthesis
- Solution-Processed Exotic Materials
- Silicon Nanofabrication
Platforms for Characterisation
- Electrical & Noise
- Microwave-Millimetre Wave-THz
Nanoelectronics and Nanosensors
Flexible Electronics and Neuromorphic Engineering
Research and development of flexible electronics based on graphene and carbon nano-tubes
Thin Films of Advanced Electronic Materials
Development and modeling of advanced thin films deposition processes.