The goal of the SimOS project is to design a system to measure biomechanical parameters of a knee prosthesis, in clinical field or during daily activity. This system will be constituted of partly implanted and partly external tools and could help the medical doctors during the surgery and the rehabilitation and increase the quality oflife of the patients.
Ultra-low power palladium-coated MEMS resonators for hydrogen detection under ambient conditions Jonas Henriksson, Luis Guillermo Villanueva, Jürgen Brugger Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems
Ultra-low power hydrogen sensing based on a palladium-coated nanomechanical beam resonator Jonas Henriksson, Luis Guillermo Villanueva, Juergen Brugger Nanoscale
Instrumented prosthesis for knee implants monitoring Arash Arami, Matteo Simoncini, Oguz Atasoy, Willyan Carreira Hasenkamp, Shafqat Ali, Arnaud Bertsch, Eric Meurville, Steve Tanner, Hooman Dejnabadi, Vincent Leclercq IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering
Polyimide/SU-8 catheter-tip MEMS gauge pressure sensor Willyan Carreira Hasenkamp, David Forchelet, Kristopher Pataky, Jimmy Villard, Harald Van Lintel, Arnaud Bertsch, Qing Wang, Philippe Renaud Biomed Microdevices