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.

TNO - Development Electro-deposition as a tool for producing electrodes

Holst Centre is an independent R&D center that develops technologies for wireless autonomous sensor technologies and for flexible electronics. Holst Centre is positioned between fundamental...

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imec - Hardware acceleration evaluation and -compiler integration for an in-house designed

Connected Health Solutions R&D (IMEC)

To offload the processor and to lower the power consumption sensor readout SoCs often have dedicated hardware accelerator modules integrated. In this project we evaluate the effectivity and...

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imec – Design of ECG simulator

Connected Health Solutions R&D (IMEC)

The ECG is a very important vital sign. The aim of this project is to develop ECG simulator software that can be used as validation tool.

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imec - Transcranial currentstimulation using dry electrodes

Connected Health Solutions R&D (IMEC)

Transcranial current stimulation is typically done using saline solution or conductive gel which is impractical and uncomfortable. At imec we are exploring an alternative that uses dry electrodes....

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imec - Gas Sensor Research

sensors4IoT (IMEC)

Development of new types of gas sensors, optimizing measurement procedures and improving data quality.

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imec - Miniaturized RF transceiver for implantable applications

systems4IoT (IMEC)

We will develop key components of the RF transceiver that with extremely small volume, in the order of few mm2 for implantable applications. In such design, many external components may need to be...

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imec - Large scale ranging and localization

systems4IoT (IMEC)

Study and to evaluate the ranging and localization schemes for large scale wireless network.

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Spatial ALD base materials development for solid-state Li-ion batteries

The Holst Centre currently develops Roll-to-Roll manufacturing process for devices on foil for various applications like OLEDs, OPVs and also in advanced packaging. One of the new innovative topics...

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Electrochemical characterization of novel maerials for solid-sate Li-ion batteries

The Holst Centre currently develops Roll-to-Roll manufacturing process for devices on foil for various applications like OLEDs, OPVs and also in advanced packaging. One of the new innovative topics...

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