The microSENSES laboratory belongs to the Department of Electronics of TEI-A. It was established to host research activities in the general field of microsystems, sensors and embedded devices.

The laboratory mainly focuses in the following research fields:

  • Development of microsystems
  • Fabrication and evaluation of integrated thermal sensors
  • Development of integrated accelerometers
  • Development of new microsystem technologies
  • Development of integrated bio-sensors and bio-systems
  • Microsystems modeling and simulation
  • Microfluidic devices - Applications to health and biology
  • Flexible substrate technologies - Development and evaluation of microstructures
  • Embedded systems - microcontrollers
  • Electronic sensor interfacing
  • Sensor networks

Laboratory objectives:

  • To enhance research in the general field of Microsystems, Microfluidics and Embedded devices
  • To develop innovative technologies in microfluidics and flexible electronics sectors.
  • To build-up an internationally competitive research Laboratory.
  • To provide a challenging work environment, where people contribute to common objectives while responding to individual needs and aspirations.
  • To transfer the capabilities and knowledge from the mechanical sciences to biologists and medical researchers.

microSENSES 2012

"Microsystems, Sensors and Embedded Devices (microSENSES)" Laboratory