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Architectural design of embedded control systems (Professor Martin Törngren)

Period: 1995-06-06

This description is a place holder for several national projects focusing on Architectural design, Model based development, and Processes and work integration for Embedded control systems. » more
Biomechanical signal transduction: Cellular studies enabled by microstructures (Professor Hjalmar Brismar)

Period: 2005-01-01

In this project we develop techniques and methods for studies of cells in asymmetric environments, mimicking some of the features the living organism gives. We use a combination of live cell » more
Flow measurement in turbulent gas flows (Professor Göran Stemme)

Period: 1992-07-01

Fluid dynamics researchers have been using hotwire sensors for over a century for measuring airflow speeds with a very high resolution. However, when wanting to use this sensor close to a surface in » more
Gas microvalves (Professor Göran Stemme)

Period: 1996-01-01

Our research focuses on the development of low-cost microvalves for handling of large gas flows.

We studied the flow performance of the most common type of gas microvalves: seat valves. The » more
Hybrid Control: Taming heterogeneity and complexity of networked embedded systems - HYCON (Professor Karl Henrik Johansson)

Period: 2004-09-15 - 2008-09-14

HYCON, a Network of Excellence within European Commission IST FP 6, has as objective to establish a durable community of leading researchers and practitioners who develop and apply the hybrid systems » more
Instantly deployable evolvable assembly systems – IDEAS (Professor Mauro Onori)

  Period: 2010-04-01 - 2013-03-31

Discussions held by the IDEAS consortium members with a wide range of industrial sectors all lead to the same conclusion: the further development of assembly equipment still requires sophisticated » more
Interfacing microfluidic components (Professor Göran Stemme)

Period: 2004-01-01

Electronic nose systems perform a chemical analysis of the ambient conditions in the human world, and are used to detect gases, particles, vapours or sols. Analysis of these air-borne samples » more
Lab-on-a-chip components (Professor Göran Stemme)

Period: 2002-01-01

An important trend in biotechnology, medicine and chemistry is the miniaturization of fluidic systems and the development of lab-on-a-chip systems. Our research focuses on the handling of liquid in » more
Microfluidic devices for cell analysis in 3D (Professor Göran Stemme)

Period: 2004-01-01

Living cells are very promising objects to study in order to learn more about illnesses and diseases. However, it is not easy to hold on to a cell in order to study it. Traditional methods include » more
Miniaturised fuel cells (Professor Göran Stemme)

Period: 2004-01-01

Fuel cells are electrochemical devices similar to batteries. In contrast to batteries, the reactants are continuously replenished, i.e., they produce electricity from an external fuel supply and are » more
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