Contact: Lina Sarro
Projects under this theme
Thermal management in 3d heterogeneous integration
Wafer-scale fabrication of graphene for sensing applications
Sensing Devices for Organ on Chip Technology
Fabrication of Ultrathin Dynodes for Timed Photon Counter
BiopsyPen: A portable coherent tomography scanner
Piezoelectric Technology for Liquid Applications
Artificial Dielectric Layer for Terahertz application
MEMS nanoreactors for atomic-scale microscopy of nanomaterials under industrially relevant conditions
MEMS nanoreactors are used to study chemical reactions in high-resolution microscopes
Carbon nanotube and atomic layer based solid-state supercapacitors
Thin-film encapsulation of MEMS microcavities
With zero-level packaging or thin-film encapsulation, MEMS are already sealed during wafer processing.
Major grant for 'Organ-on-a-chip' research
The research project NOCI (Netherlands Organ-on-Chip Initiative) has been awarded a prestigious NWO Gravitation subsidy (Zwaartekracht premie) of 18.8 million euros. The program is led by Christine Mummery, Professor of Developmental Biology at the LUMC and UT, and involves five other renowned scientists: Michel Ferrari (neurologist, LUMC), Albert van den Berg (nanotechnologist, UT), Hans Clevers (cell biologist, Hubrecht Institute), Cisca Wijmenga (human geneticist, UMCG) and Lina Sarro (nanotechnologist, TU Delft), all linked to the organ-on-chip consortium Human Organ and Disease Model Technologies (hDMT).