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.

Modeling high performance solid state batteries

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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High Mobility Organic Thin Film Transistors for low-cost large-area electronics

Organic & Oxide Transistors (TNO)

Flexible organic electronics, owing to simple manufacturing and the ability to be processed on thin, flexible plastic substrates, have emerged as promising candidates for low-cost, large-area...

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Artificial Retina - Organic Photodetectors in Retinal Implantables and Eye-like cameras

Organic & Oxide Transistors (TNO)

Three years ago, Holst Centre and Philips Medical were the first to show a prototype digital X-ray detector on plastic in which all layers except the electrodes were solution processed except the...

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Flexing and stretching electronics on plastic

Organic & Oxide Transistors (TNO)

Most research on flexible transistors has been on the cylindrical deformation of thin-film devices on plastic foils. Newer concepts, however, require the fabrication of electronics on...

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Nanoplanar diodes

Organic & Oxide Transistors (TNO)

Together with one of our industrial partners, Pragmatic Printing, we intend to develop logic using a new type of device, the so-called planar nanodiode (PND) . In a single layer of thin-film...

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Printed Temperature Sensors

Holst Centre is an Open Innovation research centre founded by TNO and IMEC and is located on the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. One of its research areas is “flexible...

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Humidity sensor

Integration Technologies for Flexible Systems (TNO)

The TNO Holst Centre has an internationally recognized team working on hybrid printed electronics (HPE). The team transfers printed circuit boards from rigid boards to flexible foils, resulting in...

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