Thesis Opportunities

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Holst Centre offers students opportunities for Bachelor and Master internships and graduation projects. The topics for these internships are published as they become available.

Perovskite Solar Cells

The interest to Perovskite Solar Cells is drastically increased in the last few years. High power conversion efficiency and low-cost potential make Perovskite Solar Cells very promising candidate...

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Developing a miniaturized electronic tongue

The amount and mixture of nutrients in the water fed to plants have a big impact on the growth, especially ions like phosphates, potassium and nitrates. At Holst Centre, we are developing a...

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Design of Ring-Oscillator based ADPLL

Perceptive Systems (IMEC)

All-Digital PLL(ADPLL) is a key component in ultra-low power wireless transceivers. The ADPLL is required for high-integrated design to achieve low design cost and easier implementation. This...

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DCO design with flicker-noise and supply noise suppression

Perceptive Systems (IMEC)

This project aims at state-of-the-art oscillator design, for Internet-of-things applications. The goal is to improve the supply noise rejection in the oscillator, by using digital calibration and...

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Automated SAR ADC design for IoT

Perceptive Systems (IMEC)

In IoT (Internet-Of-Things) applications, the resolution and the sampling rate of the ADC need to be configurable to cope with different standards for optimal power efficiency. The specification of...

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Spatial ALD of p-type oxide semiconductors

This research project aims at making high performance p-type oxide semiconductors using Spatial Atomic Layer Deposition. First, a selection of viable materials, processes and precursors will be...

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Sub-Sampling DTC-Based Digital PLL

Perceptive Systems (IMEC)

Design a high performance sub-sampling DTC-based digital PLL with ultra-low-power consumption.

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Clock system for IoT applications

Perceptive Systems (IMEC)

This project aims at proposing a more efficient clock system for IoT applications, regarding the duty-cycled nature, and power consumption constraints. To enable such a clock system, the following...

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Exploring new dry electrode solutions for wearable psysiological monitoring

Wearable Health Solutions (IMEC)

With the advent of wearable devices becoming increasingly popular for lifestyle and well-being applications, there is a need for advanced systems to produce accurate health metrics. The most...

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Electrodeposition of battery material

High Performance Batteries (TNO)

The Holst Centre is an independent R&D center with a track record in various manufacturing techniques for advanced applications like wireless autonomous sensors, OLEDs, OPVs and flexible...

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