Research

The Microsystems group develops microsystems design approaches and out-of-cleanroom micro-manufacturing technologies that are rapid and flexible. These are applied to realize active mechanical control in micro-fluidics, to make and study meso-structured and soft materials, to create and study cells and organs on chips, and to develop advanced microsystems applications in collaboration with industrial partners. the group has a new micro-fabrication lab in development, and access to the Nanolab@TU/e cleanroom.

The Microsystems group is part of

  • MaTe, the Materials Technology Institute
  • ICMS, the Institute for Complex Molecular Systems
  • J.M.Burgerscentrum
  • EM, Graduate School on Engineering Mechanics
  • HDMT, Human Organ and Disease Model Technologies