Welcome to the Electronic Instrumentation Laboratory!
The mission of the Electronic Instrumentation (EI) group is to realize smart sensor systems for the acquisition of data from physical, chemical and biomedical signals. This involves the design and fabrication of sensors, as well as of the precision analog and digital circuitry required to read them out.
EI consists of the following reseach labs:
- Precision Analog
- Biomedical Devices
- CMOS Image Sensors
- Industrial Electronic Instrumentation
- Smart Ultrasound
- Power Management
- Cognitive sensor nodes and systems
- Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS)
- Integrated Extreme Environment Sensors
EI participates in following MSc tracks: MSc Microelectronics, MSc Biomedical Engineering, MSc Biomedical Devices.
Best ESSCIRC Paper Award for EI student
At the 2023 European Solid-State Circuits Conference (ESSCIRC), former EI student Shubham Mehrotra will receive the 2022 Best ESSCIRC Paper Award for the paper entitled “A 590 µW, 106.6 dB SNDR, 24 kHz BW Continuous-Time Zoom ADC with a Noise-Shaping 4-Bit SAR ADC”.
SAFE/ProRISC conference 2023 in Delft
On 10-11 July 2023 we have the SAFE/ProRISC conference in Delft. This is an annual conference rotating around the TU's in The Netherlands.