Infrastructure & Services

MICAS invests heavily in micro-electronic research infrastructure to support its research on integrated circuits and sensors. By bringing together the chip development expertise, the advanced sensor and packaging technology and advanced measurement equipment, our labs form an unmatched breeding groune for unique and complete state-of-the-art research.

Research Domains

MICAS constantly has research projects running in 4 main research domains, which cover different aspects of society: Telecommunications & Connectivity, Quality of Life, Health and Mobility.

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Micas team, at your service

MICAS is a close-knit, collaborative team, supported by 10 technical and administrative employees and more than 75 talented Ph.D's and post-doctoral students who are trained and guided to become trendsetters in micro- and nano-electronics.



ISOB 2016 Biotelemetry XXI Conference - May 22-24 2016 in Leuven

This two day conference is a well established and recognized Global event, that gathers the different scientific workers as well as interested people from industry in the field of Medical...

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Prof. Georges Gielen receives the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society 2015 Mac Van Valkenburg Award


The Mac Van Valkenburg Award honors the individual for outstanding technical contributions and distinguishable leadership in a field within the scope of CAS Society are consistently evident. The award is...

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Brecht Francois & Nele Reynders win the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society Predoctoral Achievement Award 2014-2015

ISSCC, IEEE-SSCS Predoctoral Achievement Awards

For a small number of promising graduate students, IEEE-SSCS Predoctoral Achievement Awards provide a $1000 honorarium and reimbursement for travel expenses (within certain limits) to ISSCC, the Society's flagship conference.

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