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Anne Vanhoestenberghe is a Senior Lecturer at University College London, working in the field of active implantable medical devices. She holds a micro-electronics engineering degree from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium, and a PhD from the University of London.
Her research interests focus on the development and packaging of electronic devices for long-term human implantation. She is a regular speaker at international conferences and workshops, on the topic of hermeticity, and the protection of electronics operating in harsh environments.
Summary of IMAPS-UK Activities:
– 2012 joined the IMAPS-UK committee
– 2015 was the lead organiser for the R2i Event
– 2016 became the Society’s Membership Secretary
– 2017 academic lead for MicroTech, lead organiser for MedPack & became Vice Chair
– 2018 became Chair
– 2020 became Past Chair