• Bron: Scopus
20132021

Onderzoeksresultaten per jaar

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Persoonlijk profiel

Academic background

Eriola- Sophia got her BSc from the University of Applied Sciences of Piraeus, Greece, in the field of Automation and Robotics engineering. She, next, joined a joint International Master on Smart Systems Integration (MEMS) at various universities: Heriot-Watt University (Scotland), Vestfold & Buskerud University College (Norway), Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Hungary), and she conducted research at the ETHZ ( Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich (Switzerland)), Department of Biosystems Science and Engineering in Basel, Switzerland, for her MSc thesis.  The thesis involved the design, microfabrication and characterization of a microfluidic chip for rapid antibiotic susceptibility testing of E. coli, titled as: "Steps towards antibiotic susceptibility testing microfluidic chips”.  This unique opportunity arose because she was awarded the Erasmus Mundus scholarship (4% acceptance rate).

 

Research profile

In the microsystems group she will do research in the project "Magnetic control of micro-particles and integrated micro-actuators for high precision handheld diagnostics”, which is done in collaboration with Philips. The project involves the magnetic actuation of beads to achieve homogenuous mixing in-chip.

Quote

Engineering is the art of directing natural laws for the use and convenience of human kind. 

Externe posities

Software and microfabrication engineer of ultrasound probes (summer intern), GE Healthcare

15 jun 201514 aug 2015

Process Development engineer, Philip Morris International

13 mei 201312 nov 2013

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