The Laboratory of Electronic Components, Technology and Materials (ECTM) is part of the Department of Microelectronics and offers a multi-disciplinary research environment with a strong interaction with the industry. Innovative devices, device integration concepts and novel microstructures and materials are investigated, based on in-depth knowledge of device physics, silicon technology and electrical-material characterization.
The strong technology-based research results in four application-oriented themes addressing scientific questions and challenges of high societal relevance: Silicon Microsystems & MEMS, Micro/Nano Electronics System Integration And Reliability, Flexible Electronics & Thin Film Transistors.
EducationThe ECTM group participates in the BSc-EE and the following MSc-EE tracks: MSc Microelectronics, MSc Biomedical Engineering.
ResearchECTM consists of 3 professors and about 30 researchers.
Vacancy: Team manager for Electrical Engineering Education (EEE)The Faculty of EEMCS is creating a special team to fully focus on teaching using our unique and innovative â€˜Delft methodâ€™. This method integrates practical and theoretical electrical engineering education and trains students to be hands-on, theoretically versed electrical engineers ready for a future career in science or industry.
Best student lecture award EurosensorsOn the closing ceremony of the XXXth Eurosensors Conference, held in Budapest, Hungary from 4 to 7 September, the Best Student Lecture Award was given to: Ronald Stoute et al. „Intravascular Ultrasound at the tip of a guidewire: Concept and first assembly steps” Congratulations to Ronald and his co-authors!
Masoud Babaie, Morteza Alavi, Faruk Uysal
Introduction 3 new Tenure Trackers
- Mon, 12 Dec 2016
- Theatre - Culture Building 38, Mekelweg 10