ir. H.A.R. Homulle

PhD student
Circuits and Systems (CAS), Department of Microelectronics

PhD thesis (May 2019): Cryogenic electronics for the read-out of quantum processors
Promotor: Edoardo Charbon

Expertise: Electronics for quantum computing


Harald obtained his MSc thesis (cum laude) from CAS in 2014. Currently he is a PhD student with prof. Edoardo Charbon on the TNW-EWI quantum computing technology project. In 2016 he moved to the Advanced Quantum Architectures group headed by prof. Charbon.


  1. 200 MS/s ADC implemented in a FPGA employing TDCs
    H. Homulle; F. Regazzoni; E. Charbon;
    In International Symposium on Field-Programmable Gate Arrays,
    Feb. 2015.

  2. Fluorescence lifetime imaging to differentiate bound from unbound ICG-cRGD both in vitro and in vivo
    P.L. Stegehuis; M.C. Boonstra; F.E. Powolny; R. Sinisi; H. Homulle; C. Bruschini; E. Charbon; C.J.H. van de Velde; B.P.F. Lelieveldt; A.L. Vahrmeijer; J. Dijkstra; M. van de Giessen;
    In SPIE,
    Feb. 2015.

  3. Time-resolved imaging system for fluorescence-guided surgery with lifetime imaging capability
    F. Powolny; K. Homicsko; R. Sinisi; Claudio E. Bruschini; E. Grigoriev; H. Homulle; John O. Prior; D. Hanahan; E. Dubikovskaya; E. Charbon;
    In Proc. SPIE,
    pp. 912938, May 2014.

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Last updated: 28 May 2019

Harald Homulle

  • Left in 2016
  • Now: PhD student at the Advanced Quantum Architectures group headed by prof. Charbon