News & Press

Posted on Nov 20, 2013

Evaluation Kit for Ultra-Low Power ECG Analog Front-End

Holst Centre and imec have developed

Posted on Nov 1, 2013

Wearable electronics: innovating consumer healthcare

Bert Gyselinckx, General Manager at Holst Centre/imec, is giving a keynote speech at Wireless Health 2013 on November 2. Entitled "Innovating consumer healthcare", the presentation will outline how wearable electronics is set to revolutionize healthcare by switching the focus f...

Posted on Oct 31, 2013

Enabling long-lasting wearable electronics

Holst Centre has taken a big step towards commercial wearable electronics with the world's first durable, textile-integrated OLED systems. The demo systems feature a new interconnect technology that allows OLEDs and other electronic components to be embedded into fabrics without aff...

Posted on Oct 21, 2013

World's first in-vacuum film cleaning system

Clean4Yield, an EU-funded project coordinated by Holst Centre, has developed the world's first contact cleaning system for thin films that can be used in high vacuum. Teknek, the world leader in contact cleaning, has introduced the Nanocleen vacuum system to the market. This system is ideal...

Posted on Oct 14, 2013

Industrial roll-to-roll inkjet printing of silver is feasible

Holst Centre has demonstrated the production of high-quality silver conductive structures using inkjet printing in high-speed roll-to-roll production. The team has produced 50-micron features with 5 times the resistivity of bulk silver on plastic substrates at rates up to 20 meters per minute. T...

Posted on Oct 3, 2013

Co-organizing Wireless Health 2013 conference

On November 1-3, this year's Wireless Health conference

Posted on Sep 20, 2013

INGENIOUS sensor differentiates BTX gases without pre-filtering

The joint EU-Russian Innovative nanostructured optochemical sensors (INGENIOUS) project has demonstrated a new ultrasensitive sensor that detects and differentiates benzene, toluene and xylene gases. Because the new sensor can detect the gases at low concentrations and without pre-filter...

Posted on Jun 20, 2013

Long-range RF energy harvester with record sensitivity to power small sensor systems

Holst Centre, in collaboration with imec, the Delft University of Technology and the Eindhoven University of Technology, have designed and fabricated a self-calibrating RF energy harvester. The device is capable of harvesting RF energy at lower input power levels than state-of-the-art solutions....

Posted on May 31, 2013

Ervaar het zelf: Holst Centre leest je emoties

Tijdens de maand juni zal Holst Centre tijdens verschillende publieksevenementen vrijwilligers kennis laten maken met de nieuwste technologie om hersenactiviteit te meten. Afhankelijk van het evenement, krijgen mensen daarbij inzicht in hun relaxatieniveau of zelfs hun emoties. Het begint ...

Posted on May 23, 2013

Meet Holst Centre at public events in June

In June, Holst Centre will be participating in a number of public events. It's an ideal opportunity to get more insight in how our technologies will possibly affect your life in the coming decade. June 1: High Tech Discovery Route (part of Dutch Technology Week) Togeth...

Posted on May 23, 2013

Eindhovenaar Johan van den Heuvel wint Vederprijs voor baanbrekend onderzoek in telecommunicatie

ENGLISH SUMMARY BELOW Dr.ir. J.H.C. (Johan) van den Heuvel heeft de Vederprijs ontvangen voor zijn proefschrift behaald in 2012 aan de TU Eindhoven en uitgevoerd in samenwerking met Philips. De in Oss opgegroeide Eindhovenaar, ondertussen werkzaam bij Holst Centre, kreeg ...