ISMCR 2018 21th International Symposium on Measurement and Control in Robotics (26-28/9/2018, Mons) Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Electronics has become an essential part of our society. This is mainly thanks to the continuous improvement of semiconductor technologies. Today, nanotechnologies allow designers and engineers to build and develop highly complex systems and chips for a plethora of applications. The research on such novel electronic circuits, integrated in a nanotechnology, requires validation by fabricating and testing the designed chips. This prototype ...
Design of opto-electronic properties in two dimensional materials by enhanced flexoelectric coupling. University of Antwerp
Direct electron detector for soft matter TEM. University of Antwerp
Multiterminal Source Coding for Self-Organizing Networks Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Development and application of broadly applicable microscopy methods and probes for diffraction-unlimited fluctuation imaging of dynamic biological systems. KU Leuven
Fluorescence imaging has seen a tremendous evolution over the last decade with the advent of methods circumventing the optical diffraction barrier, which has classically limited the fineness with which samples can be resolved to about 200 nanometers. To date, however, imaging at high spatial resolution has become reality but it comes with a cost: superresolution imaging is performed at the expense of a significantly reduced time resolution, ...