Imec's magazine InterConnect published an interview with ICsense' CEO Dr. Bram De Muer. Download it here.
Following paper was presented at the 33rd Annual EOS/ESD Symposium & Exhibits on September 13th 2011; “Protection of a 3.3V Domain and Switchable 1.8V/3.3V I/O in a 40nm pure 1.8V Process”.
How can mathematics, engineering and computational science be applied for understanding the mechanisms, diagnosis and treatment of human disease? What is the role of micro-electronics and analog IC design in the domain of patient monitoring?
On Thursday, May 12th 2011 ICsense’ CEO Bram De Muer will give a keynote presentation on the GSA forum during the MEMS session.
On Wednesday, April 6th ICsense’ CTO Tim Piessens will give a talk on the AACD 2011 workshop in Leuven, Belgium. The workshop covers advances in analog circuit design.
ICsense and Easics present a recent collaboration concerning the design of an ultra low power EPC Gen-2 compliant RFID chip.
Microsystemen bieden geweldige kansen voor productinnovatie, ook voor KMO’s. Denk bijvoorbeeld aan banddruksensoren, picoprojectoren in smart phones, bewegingssensoren die airbags aansturen, implanteerbare biosensoren, optische chips die elektronische informatie in lichtsignalen omzetten ...
Sofics, ICsense deliver 3.3V on Icera’s 40nm, 1.8V I/O Baseband Chip IP for World’s First True 3.3V I/O from 1.8V Transistors Now Available; TSMC 28nm Version in Development
Ever wondered how a Wii senses motion and orientation? How modern-day cameras cancel out small vibrations and movements? How pico-projectors in smart phones work? How miniaturized sensors measure the pressure in car tires?
Leuven, Belgium, November 22, 2010 - Easics, a leader in digital ASIC and FPGA design and ICsense, a leading analog IC design house, today announced a partnership agreement.