Belgian Royal Couple visits Holst Centre

Posted on Nov 30, 2016

Belgian Royal Couple visits Holst Centre

Today, Holst Centre – an open innovation initiative by the Flanders-based world-leading research and innovation hub in nano-electronics and digital technologies imec and independent Dutch R&D organization TNO – had the honor to welcome Their Royal Highnesses Philippe and Mathilde, King and Queen of the Belgians at its offices at the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven. The visit was part of the royal couple's 3-day state visit to the Netherlands.   King Philippe and Queen Mathilde visited Holst Centre to learn more about its activities in the field of Internet of Health. After an official welcome by Managing Directors Ton van Mol and John Baekelmans and a speech by Claire Tillekaerts, CEO of Flanders Investment and Trade Agency, the royal couple were shown several dem...

 Novel high-speed deposition process outperforms current techniques for making displays

Posted on Nov 24, 2016

Novel high-speed deposition process outperforms current techniques for making displays

Fast and industry-compatible, spatial atomic layer deposition (sALD) promises to revolutionize production of thin-film displays. Now researchers at Holst Centre have shown that sALD can deliver semiconductor layers with better performance than physical vapor deposition (PVD) at the same – and potentially even higher – throughputs. An easily scalable, atmospheric-pressure process, sALD could soon become the preferred method for creating large-area thin-film and flexible devices.   A key step in producing next-generation ultra-high definition) displays is the creation of a highly uniform layer of an amorphous oxide semiconductor such as indium-gallium zinc oxide (IGZO). Today, this is typically done using a PVD technique known as sputter deposition. Sputtering requires expen...

Posted on Nov 14, 2016

John Baekelmans new Managing Director imec the Netherlands / Holst Centre

As of November 14th, John Baekelmans will take up the position of Managing Director of imec the Netherlands / Holst Centre. He will take over the role and responsibilities of Bert Gyselinckx.   For the last 21 years, John Baekelmans held various global leadership positions at C...

 The first wearable daylight, sunlight and vitamin D coach in the world

Posted on Nov 9, 2016

The first wearable daylight, sunlight and vitamin D coach in the world

Dutch start-up e-Senses , in collaboration with Holst Centre, has developed the world's first personal sunlight, daylight and vitamin D coach. The Helios smart ring gives wearers feedback on the amount of sunlight they receive and how much vitamin D they create, personalized to their skin...

Posted on Nov 9, 2016

De eerste draagbare daglicht, zonlicht en vitamine D coach!

De Nederlandse start-up e-Senses heeft in samenwerking met Holst Centre de eerste persoonlijke zonlicht, daglicht en vitamine D coach ontwikkeld. De Helios smart ring geeft de gebruikers persoonlijke feedback op de hoeveelheid zonlicht waaraan ze zijn blootgesteld en hoeveel vitamine D ze aan...

 Small, Energy-Efficient Health Patch from imec and Holst Centre Lays the Foundation for Better Mobile Health Solutions

Posted on Nov 8, 2016

Small, Energy-Efficient Health Patch from imec and Holst Centre Lays the Foundation for Better Mobile Health Solutions

First Health Patch to Accurately Measure Cardiac Activity, Bioimpedance and Physical Activity Can Now Be Licensed by Partner Companies to Build New Medical Applications

  Imec and Holst Centre Present the World\'s Most Energy-Efficient Biomedical Sensor Hub for Wearable Health Applications

Posted on Oct 4, 2016

 Imec and Holst Centre Present the World\'s Most Energy-Efficient Biomedical Sensor Hub for Wearable Health Applications

World-leading research and development center for nano-electronics and digital technology, imec, and Holst Centre (established by imec and TNO), today announced a new sensor hub integrated as a system-on-chip (SoC) intended for a broad range of wearable health devices and applications. The SoC c...

 OLED on ceramic heralds new possibilities for durable, flexible lighting and displays

Posted on Sep 22, 2016

OLED on ceramic heralds new possibilities for durable, flexible lighting and displays

Dutch R&D institute Holst Centre (set up by imec and TNO) and American ultra-thin ceramics supplier ENrG Inc. have created the first ever ceramic-based, large-area flexible OLED. The device, manufactured on the 20-40 µm thick Thin E-Strate ® ceramic substrate, promises a lifetime in ...

Posted on Sep 5, 2016

Toekomst Holst Centre komende jaren verzekerd door brede financiering

De onafhankelijke R&D organisatie Holst Centre is voor de komende jaren verzekerd van voldoende publieke financiering. Het ministerie van Economische Zaken, topsector High Tech Systemen & Materialen, de provincie Noord Brabant en TNO hebben daarbij de handen ineen geslagen. Hier...

 Imec and Holst Centre developed Wireless EEG Headset for Emergency Room and Intensive Care Unit Patients with Nihon Kohden

Posted on Jul 19, 2016

Imec and Holst Centre developed Wireless EEG Headset for Emergency Room and Intensive Care Unit Patients with Nihon Kohden

Leuven, Belgium—July 19, 2016—The world-leading nanoelectronics research center imec and Holst Centre (set up by imec and TNO) announced that they have collaborated with Nihon Kohden, a Japanese manufacturer, developer and distributor of medical electronic equipment, on the development of a ...

 Imec, Holst Centre and Methods2Business Develop Complete Low-Power Wi-Fi HaLow Radio Solution for Internet of Things (IoT) Applications

Posted on Jun 6, 2016

Imec, Holst Centre and Methods2Business Develop Complete Low-Power Wi-Fi HaLow Radio Solution for Internet of Things (IoT) Applications

Leuven (Belgium) and Eindhoven (the Netherlands) – June 6, 2016 – At this week's Design Automation Conference (DAC 2016), nanoelectronics research center imec, Holst Centre (initiated by imec and TNO), and Wi-Fi IP provider Methods2Bussiness will present a complete Wi-Fi ® HaLowTM rad...

 Imec, Holst Centre and Barco Silex Collaborate on Data Security for Wearables and Internet of Things Networks

Posted on May 25, 2016

Imec, Holst Centre and Barco Silex Collaborate on Data Security for Wearables and Internet of Things Networks

The world-leading nanoelectronics research center imec, Holst Centre (set up by imec and TNO) and micro-electronic design house Barco Silex, belonging to the Barco group, today announced that they will collaborate to implement data security into sensors for wearable devices and Internet of Things (IoT) sensor networks. The organizations are coming together to bring data security for the IoT to the next level.   Smart wearables for lifestyle and health monitoring as well as many other personal IoT applications are evolving with a plethora of capabilities at a rapid pace. However, trust is key for a broad adoption and the implementation of a true intuitive IoT society -with sensors invisibly embedded everywhere in the environment, measuring all kind of parameters and making smar...

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