Ruud (RJM) Vullers
Ruud (RJM) Vullers
Senior Research Scientist
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Micropower energy harvesting
RJM Vullers, R van Schaijk, I Doms, C Van Hoof, R Mertens
Solid-State Electronics 53 (7), 684-693, 2009
8122009
RF Energy Harvesting and Transport for Wireless Sensor Network Applications: Principles and Requirements
HJ Visser, RJM Vullers
Proceedings of the IEEE 101 (6), 1410 - 1423, 2013
5472013
Energy harvesting for autonomous wireless sensor networks
RJM Vullers, R Schaijk, HJ Visser, J Penders, CV Hoof
Solid-State Circuits Magazine, IEEE 2 (2), 29-38, 2010
5102010
Wearable electronics self-powered by using human body heat: The state of the art and the perspective
V Leonov, RJM Vullers
Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy 1 (6), 062701, 2009
1582009
Wearable, wireless EEG solutions in daily life applications: what are we missing?
V Mihajlović, B Grundlehner, R Vullers, J Penders
IEEE journal of biomedical and health informatics 19 (1), 6-21, 2014
1542014
Ring formations from catalytically synthesized carbon nanotubes
M Ahlskog, E Seynaeve, RJM Vullers, C Van Haesendonck, A Fonseca, ...
Chemical physics letters 300 (1-2), 202-206, 1999
1141999
Wearable thermoelectric generators for body-powered devices
V Leonov, RJM Vullers
Journal of electronic materials 38 (7), 1491-1498, 2009
1132009
Estimating Energy Expenditure Using Body-Worn Accelerometers: a Comparison of Methods, Sensors Number and Positioning
M Altini, J Penders, R Vullers, O Amft
IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics 99, 1, 2014
882014
Human++: from technology to emerging health monitoring concepts
J Penders, B Gyselinckx, R Vullers, M De Nil, V Nimmala, ...
2008 5th International Summer School and Symposium on Medical Devices and …, 2008
872008
Human++: Emerging technology for body area networks
B Gyselinckx, R Borzi, P Mattelaer
Wireless Technologies, 221-240, 2017
802017
Pulse oximeter fully powered by human body heat
T Torfs
Sensors & Transducers J. 80 (6), 1230-1238, 2007
682007
Potential and challenges of body area networks for cardiac monitoring
B Gyselinckx, J Penders, R Vullers
Journal of electrocardiology 40 (6), S165-S168, 2007
672007
Wearable battery-free wireless 2-channel EEG systems powerd by energy scavengers
M Van Bavel, V Leonov, RF Yazicioglu, T Torfs, C Van Hoof, N Posthuma, ...
Sensors & Transducers Journal 94 (7), 103-115, 2008
652008
Ultra-low power sensor design for wireless body area networks: challenges, potential solutions, and applications
L Huang, M Ashouei, F Yazicioglu, J Penders, R Vullers, G Dolmans, ...
International Journal of Digital Content Technology and its Applications 3 …, 2009
632009
A batch process micromachined thermoelectric energy harvester: fabrication and characterization
J Su, V Leonov, M Goedbloed, Y Van Andel, MC De Nooijer, R Elfrink, ...
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 20 (10), 104005, 2010
622010
Smart wireless sensors integrated in clothing: an electrocardiography system in a shirt powered using human body heat
V Leonov, T Torfs, C Van Hoof, RJM Vullers
Sensors & Transducers 107 (8), 165, 2009
612009
A review of the present situation and future developments of micro‐batteries for wireless autonomous sensor systems
JFM Oudenhoven, RJM Vullers, R Schaijk
International Journal of Energy Research 36 (12), 1139–1150, 2012
532012
Energy autonomous sensor systems: Towards a ubiquitous sensor technology
M Belleville, H Fanet, P Fiorini, P Nicole, MJM Pelgrom, C Piguet, R Hahn, ...
Microelectronics Journal 41 (11), 740-745, 2010
532010
Shock induced energy harvesting with a MEMS harvester for automotive applications
R Elfrink, S Matova, C De Nooijer, M Jambunathan, M Goedbloed, ...
2011 International Electron Devices Meeting, 29.5. 1-29.5. 4, 2011
522011
Wearable autonomous wireless electro-encephalography system fully powered by human body heat
T Torfs, V Leonov, RF Yazicioglu, P Merken, C Van Hoof, RJM Vullers, ...
SENSORS, 2008 IEEE, 1269-1272, 2008
482008
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