Semicon and quantum
Smaller, more powerful chips. This is the goal that the semiconductor industry pursues each and every day. And we’re helping them with our solutions for semiconductor equipment.
Smaller, more efficient, and more powerful chips
The challenge is to produce these chips as cost-effectively as possible. We’re the ideal partner for designing this semiconductor equipment, as we create new solutions that drive the development of our industrial partners. And we’re unlocking new opportunities for the semiconductor industry of the future.
Our latest developments
TOMCA: tissue-optical analysis of wearable medical sensors
Accurate and reliable wearable sensors used as medical devices. TNO supports partners with the design and optimisation of wearable optical sensors.
Nano instrumentation for ultra-clean lithography
Manufacturing Integrated Circuits (ICs) requires ultra-clean and high-performance processes. Read how we can help in this area.
The Optics expertise group provides world-class technical solutions for high-performance compact optical systems in demanding environments. Discover how.
Microfluidics for high performance thermal management
Reliable high-density, high-performance, and for some applications, high-power microelectronics with an incredibly powerful, integrated cooling capacity. TNO’s High Performance Thermal Management Technology is making it possible.
Devices for detecting and measuring small particles
Arjen AmelinkFunctie:Principal Scientist at TNO and Professor at Free University Amsterdam on Medical Photonics
The chair focuses on the development and clinical validation of new optical diagnostic methods, with an emphasis on the interpretation of data generated by optical measurement systems based on the modeling of light transport in biological tissues.
Cor RopsFunctie:Senior Scientist Thermal and Fluidic Engineering
Cor Rops graduated his studies Applied Physics in 1998 cum laude at the research group Fluid Mechanics at the TuDelft and started working for TNO early 1999. In 2004 he started in close collaboration with the TuDelft his PhD project on two phase flow and boiling at small structures, which he successfully finished in 2009. From this research he developed a method to realise stable flow boiling within microfluidic devices. After introduction in the high-tech industry, this method is now successfully applied in chip cooling for antenna arrays and power electronics for test equipment for electrical vehicles. Currently, other application areas are explored as well such as the data centre market and fuel cell industry.
Richard VersluisFunctie:Principal Systems Engineer
Quantum technology is going through an important revolution. Now that we understand the finesses of quantum mechanics, we are harvesting its potential powers, by developing and improving technologies based on quantum mechanics. As the lead engineer quantum technology in QuTech, the advanced research center for quantum computing and quantum internet founded by TU Delft and TNO, I focus on bringing these new technologies to a higher application level, by solving issues like classical data processing limitations, thermal issues, material characterization and improvement, and scalability and reproducibility of these systems.
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