On 7th February 2023, from 9 to 11 AM, Dr. Martin Schädel, business manager MOEMS at CiS Research Institute will jointly present Steffen Biermann, director of development & industrial engineering at Micro-Hybrid Electronic, on the development “From Microchip to Gas Sensor System” in the current edition of the digital event series “Spotlights of Micro- and Nanotechnology
In the accompanying exhibition to today’s Lightweight Construction Forum Thuringia of the TITK Rudolstadt, the CiS Research Institute for Microsensors demonstrates development results that contribute to the development of a hydrogen economy as well as efficient energy generation and use in a variety of applications to conserve resources
With his keynote speech “Security in sensor technology in Society 5.0”, Prof. Thomas Ortlepp will open the first “Asa no Kai” on 25.01.2023. The networking breakfast organized by LEG Thüringen in cooperation with DJW is aimed at interested parties who want to find out more about security in sensor technology and at the same time network with important players in this topic
CiS e.V. together with the CiS Research Institute for Microsensors awards the Silicon Science Award. Young researchers should be encouraged to deal with topics and research tasks related to silicon-based sensors, actuators, optoelectronic microsystems and quantum technologies and to present their work to a broad public
The project “Shade-free UV illumination” involved the development of a technical solution for UVC-LED-based disinfection of medical devices, specifically endoscopes. By means of innovative assembly and connection techniques, an appropriate heat management was achieved
Over a period of three and a half years, the project team in the BMBF joint project “DiaQuantFab – Diamond Materials for Industrial Applications” investigated and developed optical microsensor systems based on NV centers in diamond. A holistic approach was taken along the value chain from diamond production and manipulation to the finished sensor system. The selected sensor systems were magnetic field sensors for the application areas of position measurement technology, scanning probe microscopy as well as current measurement.
Based on pulse-sensitive electronics, biocompatible implantable silicon dosimeters for radiation therapy could be developed in the R&D project SiDo at the CiS Research Institute. In vivo dosimeters based on this technology can measure the radiation exposure in the immediate vicinity of a carcinoma during radiation therapy
Thuringia’s Minister of Economic Affairs, Mr. Tiefensee, presented a funding decision to the two managing directors, Mr. Brock and Prof. Ortlepp, during his visit to the CiS Research Institute on November 29, 2022. The funds come from EU REACT funds. Industry-related research institutions from Thuringia were able to qualify in a competitive call. The focus was on technologies and processes for a more sustainable use of energy and resources
In the smartBond project, the assembly and force-fit and electrically conductive joining of photodiodes to hybrid detector modules was investigated and optimized by means of thermocompression bonding with chemically electrodeposited pillar structures and their highly accurate positioning by means of so-called self-alignment.
At the GREAT H2 technical forum in the Arena Erfurt on Nov. 16, 2022, Dr. Thomas Frank, head of the MEMS department at the CiS Research Institute, will present an H2-Semicron® gas sensor system for measuring hydrogen concentrations in plants such as electrolysers and storage systems. The sensor system is a joint development with UST Umweltsensortechnik GmbH