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EuroTraining QL

A Four-day EuroTraining Quality Labeled (QL) Approved Engineering Course (ET4233)

 

21- 24 April, 2007 Delft, The Netherlands

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General Information About the Course

 

Lectures are given by top experts from universities and industries. The prerequisite for the course is a basic knowledge of electrical circuits and systems. Course will be taught in English. Each attendee will receive a certificate of attendance at the course.

 

 

Short Description

 

Recent developments in the field of smart sensor systems are reviewed. After a general overview system details are discussed, concerning: sensor principles, tandem transducers, smart analog interfaces, modifiers, A/D conversion, busses and digital interfaces, DSPs and microcontrollers. A systematic approach towards the design of smart sensor systems is presented. The lectures include case studies and hands-on demonstrations.

 

 

Location

 

The course will be held at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, Mekelweg 4, Jan Anthony Snijderszaal, room LB1.010 of Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.

 

 

Course Contents and Lecturers

 

1. Introduction to the course programme (G.C.M. Meijer, TU Delft)

2. Where and how to apply smart sensor systems (J.H. Huijsing, TU Delft)

3. Measurement techniques for smart sensor systems (G.C.M. Meijer, TU Delft)

4. Silicon sensors: an introduction (Paddy J. French, TU Delft)

5. Physical chemosensors (Michael J. Vellekoop, Vienna University of Technology, Austria)

6. Introduction to CMOS-based DNA Microarrays (Roland Thewes, Infineon, Munich, Germany)

7. Integrated Hall magnetic sensors (Pavel Kejik, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland)

8. Capacitive Sensors (Xiujun Li, TU Delft)

9. Smart temperature sensors (G.C.M. Meijer, TU Delft)

10.Optical Sensors Based on Photon Detection  (Reinoud Wolffenbuttel, TU Delft)

11.Interface electronics and busses (Frank Riedijk, Xensor Integration, Delfgauw)

12.Smart pressure transducer interface for high-temperature application (Paul C. de Jong, ECN, Petten)

13.Universal asynchronous sensor interfaces (G.C.M. Meijer, TU Delft)

14.Introduction to CMOS Image Sensor (Albert Theuwissen, DALSA Professional Imaging)

15.Digital tuning reduces gyroscope drift and power (Bernhard E. Boser, University of Berkeley, USA)

16.Calibration and Self-Calibration of Smart Sensors (Michiel A.P. Pertijs, National Semiconductor, Delft)

17.Dynamic offset-cancellation techniques (Kofi A. A. Makinwa, TU Delft)

18.Automotive sensors (T. Tiek, Sensata, Almelo)

19.Hands-on Demonstrations (Zu-Yao Chang, Ger de Graaf, Ali Heidary, Xiujun Li, Guijie Wang, TU Delft)

 

 

Course Organization

 

This course is organized by:

Delft Institute of Microelectronics and Submicron Technology (DIMES)

Delft University of Technology

Delft, The Netherlands

 

 

Course Directors

 

G.C.M. Meijer, TU Delft

J.H. Huijsing, TU Delft

 

Delft University of Technology, Faculty of EEMCS

Laboratory for Electronic Instrumentation

Mekelweg 4, 2628 CD Delft

The Netherlands

E-mail: g.c.m.meijer@its.tudelft.nl

 

 

Registration fee

 

Academics : 1300

Industry : 1600

Included in the fee are lecture notes, daily lunches, coffee breaks and course dinner on tuesday organized for all attendees

and instructors of the course.

 

Deadline for Registration: 21 March, 2008

 

 

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