Yoeri van de Burgt
Organic neuromorphics as a building block for next generation low-energy computing and brain-inspired smart lab-on-a-chips.
Yoeri van de Burgt is an Assistant Professor in the Microsystems group at TU/e as well as a member of the Institute of Complex Molecular Studies (ICMS). His expertise spans material science, materials characterisation, finite element modelling, nanotechnology, organic electronics, cell/material interfaces, laser applications and neuromorphic engineering. Tuition includes mechanical engineering, microsystems and design-based learning. Currently, he is studying the optimisation of materials for organic neuromorphics as well as developing neuromorphic arrays for brain-inspired medical diagnostic lab-on-a-chips.
Yoeri obtained his BSc and MSc in Mechanical Engineering at TU/e, and then continued with his PhD at the same department on the topic ‘Laser-assisted growth of carbon nanotubes’. He successfully defended his thesis in 2014. He also worked as a research consultant for Holst Centre on an industrial project to implement his research setup in a manufacturing process for flexible and roll-to-roll applications. After subsequently working as an R&D Engineer at the company FEMTOprint, Switzerland, he obtained a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Stanford University (USA), where he worked on organic neuromorphics and electrochemical transistors. Furthermore, he studied laser/material interactions for the enhancement and investigation of electrogenic cell-material interaction on structured surfaces and was involved in laser-liftoff for single-crystal III-V semiconductor thin films. He has also been visiting professor at the University of Cambridge Department of Engineering.
Threshold fluence measurement for laser liftoff of InP thin films by selective absorptionAdvanced Engineering Materials (2018)
A non-volatile organic electrochemical device as a low-voltage artificial synapse for neuromorphic computingNature Materials (2017)
Revealing the Cell-Material Interface with Nanometer Resolution by Focused Ion Beam/Scanning Electron MicroscopyACS Nano (2017)
Enhanced cell–chip coupling by rapid femtosecond laser patterning of soft PEDOT:PSS biointerfacesACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2017)
Kinetics of laser-assisted carbon nanotube growthPhysical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2014)
- Preparation phase graduation project
- Peristaltic pump
- Bachelor final project CEM - Microsystems
- Graduation project Microsystems (int)
- Introduction mechanical engineering and truss structures
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