Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
Towards Human Motion Tracking Enhanced by Semi-Continuous Ultrasonic Time-of-Flight Measurements
Human motion analysis is a valuable tool for assessing disease progression in persons with conditions such as multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s disease. Human motion tracking is also used extensively for sporting technique and performance analysis as well as for work life ergonomics evaluations...
Human Motion Tracking from Heterogeneous Sensor Data
Low-loss ultrasound transmission through glass assisted by resonance
På sporet av Alzheimer-gåten med nanoteknologi?
I det nystartete prosjektet EXIT (EXosomes Isolation Tool) skal SINTEF, som en del av en flerfaglig gruppe, utvikle et miniatyrisert analyseverktøy for å undersøke eksosomer i prøver fra pasienter med Alzheimers sykdom. Eksosomer «bærer» ulike molekyler som proteiner, microRNA og metabolitter, og...
Piezoelectric MEMS development in SINTEF
SINTEF is an independent research institute that has experience with making piezoMEMS devices since 2002. Our competences cover the whole process from idea and design, through materials development and process integration to device fabrication to packaging. SINTEF develops piezoMEMS in-house and in...
Hygrothermal aging of flip-chip assembled MOEMS
A flip-chip version of an optical MEMS (MOEMS) assembly is demonstrated in this work. A dummy MOEMS device is attached directly onto a traditional FR-4 board using a novel isotropic conductive adhesive (ICA) in order to minimize both fabrication costs and footprint of the assembly. The assembly...