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, 4 assistant professors, and over 40 researchers.
ECTM participates in the Electrical Engineering BSc curriculum and two MSc tracks: MSc Biomedical Devices, MSc Microelectronics, MSc Biomedical Engineering.
An organ-on-chip device with integrated multimodal sensing
The work of Hande Aydogmus demonstrating an organ-on-chip device with integrated FET-based charge sensors and microelectrodes for electrophysiological tissue monitoring, developed in collaboration with LUMC, was published in Scientific Reports