The Electronic Components, Technology and Materials (ECTM) group offers a multi-disciplinary research environment, with a strong interaction with industry, on emerging materials, innovative microstructures and devices and novel integration concepts for Health, Energy, Sensing & Environmental applications.
ECTM consists of 2 professors, 2 part-time professors, 2 assistant professors, and about 30 researchers.
EEMCS Aspasia grant for Maryam Yadan Mehr
We are excited to announce that Maryam Yadan Mehr’s proposal for EEMCS Aspasia grant is accepted. The aim of Aspaisa program is to encourage an accelerated promotion of female academics to a senior or professional level.
European research project Power2Power for more efficient power semiconductors launches
The European cooperation project Power2Power has started. Over the coming three years, 43 partners from eight countries will research and develop innovative power semiconductors with more power density and energy efficiency.
NWO Matchmaking event: Degradation and Reliability of Organic Materials
Together with Signify TU Delft is organizing an NWO matchmaking event on the 30th of August on the degradation and reliability of organic materials.