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Imke Krauhausen graduated with a Masters degree in electrical engineering from RWTH Aachen University (Germany). Her master thesis focused on unsupervised deep learning algorithms for the segmentation of tumors in brain MRI data. During her BSc she specialized in micro and nano electronics. Continuing this path she focused her semester abroad at Linköping University (Sweden) on learning about the physics behind nano electronics. Fusing her interests in micro-/nanoelectronics and neural networks she started her PhD as a joined project between the Max-Planck-Institute for polymer research in Mainz (Germany) and TU Eindhoven (NL) in November 2019. As part of the neuromorphic engineering group at TU/e she works on neuromorphic organic arrays for brain-inspired smart robotics and sensors.
High-Performance Organic Electrochemical Transistors and Neuromorphic Devices Comprising Naphthalenediimide-Dialkoxybithiazole Copolymers Bearing Glycol Ether Pendant GroupsAdvanced Functional Materials (2022)
Organic neuromorphic electronics for sensorimotor integration and learning in roboticsScience Advances (2021)
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