MSc van Ginkel

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

Expertise: Spark discharge production of nanoparticles

Themes: Micro/Nano System Integration and Reliability

Biography

After completing the joint degree program of BSc Molecular Science & Technology at Leiden University and TU Delft, Joost continued with the MSc Chemical Engineering at the TU Delft. His MSc thesis focussed on soldering two substrates together using the low melting point of nanoparticles produced by spark discharge. As a PhD student, he studies the new possibilities of spark discharge production and nanoparticles in microelectronics.

Publications

  1. Dual-gate FET-based charge sensor enhanced by in-situ electrode decoration in a MEMS organs-on-chip platform
    H. Aydogmus; H. J. van Ginkel; A.-D. Galiti; M. Hu; J.-P. Frimat; A. van den Maagdenberg; G.Q. Zhang; M. Mastrangeli; P. M. Sarro;
    In TRANSDUCERS 2021,
    online, June 2021.

  2. The interface adhesion of CaAlSiN3: Eu2+ phosphor/silicone used in light-emitting diode packaging: a first principles study
    Zhen Cui; Jiajie Fan; Hendrik Joost van Ginkel; Xuejun Fan; GuoQi Zhang;
    Applied Surface Science,
    2020. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apsusc.2020.145251

  3. 3D-impaction printing of porous layers
    van Ginkel, H. J.; Roels, P.; Boeije, M. F. J.; Pfeiffer, T. V.; Vollebregt, S.; GuoQi Zhang; Schmidt-Ott, A.,;
    In European Aerosol Conference,
    2020.

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

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Last updated: 4 Apr 2019