The InSiDe project is presented at the European Union CORDIS website

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Professor Roel Baets , received the 2020 John Tyndall Award at the OFC 2020 held during the week of 8 – 12 March, 2020 in San Diego, CA.

The award is sponsored jointly by the IEEE Photonics Society and the Optical Society of America and is supported by Corning, Inc.

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Silicon photonics for Medical Applications 3 Feb 2020

Presentation given by Professor Roel Baets, imec at the ITF Photonics 2020 – a focused event held in San Fransisco, February,  targeting medical device manufacturers, imaging device manufacturers, life science companies, semiconductor, photonics and system companies, tech startups and venture capitalists with an innovation focus.

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InSiDe, a European R&D project targeting mobile early-stage cardiovascular disease diagnosis and monitoring

Leuven (BELGIUM) – Feb 3, 2020 – Imec, a world-leading research and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technology and Ghent University, together with Medtronic and their project partners today announced the launch of the H2020 project InSiDe. The objective of InSiDe is to provide access for the medical community to a mobile diagnostic device based on silicon photonics to identify and characterize different stages of cardiovascular diseases (CVD). The device offers fast, flexible and patient-friendly monitoring of CVD, keeping patients in their home environment while still being able to closely follow-up and intervene in due time.

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