MSc Hande Aydogmus

PhD student
Electronic Components, Technology and Materials (ECTM), Department of Microelectronics

Themes: MEMS Technology, Organs-on-chip, Micro/Nano System Integration and Reliability

Netherlands Organ-on-Chip Initiative

To develop new microphysiological platforms to better predict the effect of medicines, based on a combination of human stem cells and microtechnology.

  1. FET-based charge sensor for organs-on-chip with in-situ electrode decoration (PPT)
    H. Aydogmus; {van Ginkel}, H.J.; M. Mastrangeli; GuoQi Zhang; P.M. Sarro;
    International MicroNanoConference 2020,
    pp. Embargoed Docum, December 2020. Power Point Presentatie; International MicroNanoConference 2020, iMNC 2020 ; Conference date: 03-12-2020 Through 04-12-2020.

  2. FET-based integrated charge sensor for organ-on-chip applications
    H. Aydogmus; M. Dostanic; M. Jahangiri; R. Sinha; W. F. Quiros-Solano; M. Mastrangeli; P. M. Sarro;
    In IEEE Sensors 2020,
    2020. DOI: 10.1109/SENSORS47125.2020.9278692

  3. FET-based charge sensor for organs-on-chip with in-situ electrode decoration
    H. Aydogmus; H. J. van Ginkel; M. Mastrangeli; P. M. Sarro;
    In International MicroNanoConference 2020,
    December 2020.

  4. Sensor applications for organ-on-chip platforms
    H. Aydogmus; M. Dostanic; M. Jahangiri; R. Sinha; W. F. Quiros-Solano; M. Mastrangeli; P. M. Sarro;
    In International MicroNanoConference,
    Utrecht (NL), December 10-11, 2019.

  5. Microengineered organs-on-chip
    H. Aydogmus; M. Dostanic; P. Motreuil-Ragot; M. Mastrangeli; P. M. Sarro;
    Poster, presented at QBio Symposium, Utrecht (NL), October 29, 2019.

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Last updated: 12 Nov 2020