Lodewijk Arntzen

Haagse Hogeschool
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Smart Sensor Systems
Faculty
Vestiging Delft
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About

Lodewijk Arntzen

Our applied research group focusses on the design, simulation, fabrication and read out of integrated photonics sensors on the microscale. This research is organized in corporation with a wide range of partners, such as Saxion, Fontys, Erasmus MC, Else Kooi Laboratory (EKL), CITC (Nijmegen) and DOC. Also, a wide range of MSE partners are involved, such as Unitron, CD Leycom, Delta Diagnostics, Vanderhoek Photonics, Sol, SomniTechnobis, Mensura Trading, and more. We integrate (some of) our research with educational projects, such as minor projects, bachelor projects and internships. Our research group is part of the Smart Sensor Systems group (Lector John Bolte). Existing sensor design parameters are optimized in such a way that the performance and the dimensions fit to the requirements as listed by MSE partners. Future and current projects include new microfabricated optical sensors. 

Lorentzian resonances (FSR) on a RR Chip. Measurement and Analysis by student Bas van Asten. Research minor Microtechnology, THUAS, April 2019
FEM analysis SiN membrane deformation, behavior of microfabricated FBG optical pressure sensor designed for use on a catheter tip, Bachelor Project
RR chip as used for biosignaling substances. SEM image is made by student Luc Wigbout. Research Minor Microtechnology THUAS, April 2020.

Scientific interests 

  • MRI proof sensing techniques on a catheter tip 
  • Pressure and Temperature (in cascade)  
  • Concentration of Bio signaling substances 
  • Ultrasound using microscaled MZI   

Expertise: 

  • Spin Coating, Mask Design  
  • Thin Layors and Physical Vapor Deposition  
  • Optical Read Out  / Interrogation 
  • Programming, FEM modeling  
  • Data analysis and Experimental Control Systems 

Models and equipment: 

  • SEM, AFM, STM, Optical Microscopy 
  • Ring Resonator including Fluid Control and Read Out 
  • Mask Aligner / UV Exposure equipment 
  • Vapor Deposition Equipment / Spin Coater 
  • Profilometer (TENCOR D120) 
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