ABOUT SRON

Netherlands Institute for Space Research

ABOUT SRON

ABOUT SRON

Netherlands Institute for Space Research

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dr.  M.P. (Marcel)  Bruijn

Instrument Scientist A+
Instrument science group

Contact information

T +31 (0)88 777 5638
F +31 (0)88 777 5678
E M.P.Bruijn@sron.nl
W http://www.sron.nl/Marcel_Bruijn

Visiting address

    room S.016
    Sorbonnelaan2
    3584CA Utrecht
    The Netherlands


Profile

My main task at SRON is to lead the lithography section (part of the Instrument Science Group). Within this work I am also responsible for guarding the operation of equipment of the section in the clean room and make the plans for future equipment. I am involved in many of the projects where people of my section are assigned to. Personally, I lead work packages for the development of X-ray micro calorimeters (as planned for the X-IFU instrument on Athena). We are heading towards fabrication of arrays (4000 for Athena) with world class sensitivity. I have been involved with the research of other cryogenic detectors (superconducting tunnel junctions and micro-bolometers) that did not make it (yet?) for space application. I lead the work packages for development of the lithographic components in the FDM read out of TES based detector arrays. I have developed the superconducting LC filter chips and the superconducting flexible connection elements.

Featured publications

Bruijn, ,M.P., Linden van der, A. J. , Ridder, M. L., Weers van, H. J. FDM Readout Assembly with Flexible, Superconducting Connection to Cryogenic kilo-Pixel TES Detectors J Low Temp Phys (2016) 184: 369.

Bruijn, M.P., Gottardi, L., Hartog den, R.H., Kuur van der, J., Linden van der, A.J., Jackson, B.D. Tailoring the High-Q LC Filter Arrays for Readout of Kilo-Pixel TES Arrays in the SPICA-SAFARI Instrument Journal of Low Temperature Physics: Volume 176, Issue 3, p. 421-425, 2014

Bruijn M.P., Gottardi, L., Hartog den, R.H., Hoevers, H.F.C., Kiviranta, M., et al., including Korte de, P.A.J., Kuur van der, J. High-Q LC Filters for FDM Read out of Cryogenic Sensor Arrays Journal of Low Temperature Physics, Vol. 167, p. 695-700, 2012


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