A series of technical conferences will be held in parallel to the SPIE Photonics West Exhibition. As part of the OPTO Conference on Tuesday, Prof. Thomas Ortlepp will present current research results from the CiS Research Institute on “UVC LEDs: Increasing optical performance through an optimized encapsulant”
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We are very pleased to be back in San Francisco next week as an exhibitor in the German Pavilion at SPIE Photonics West and to be able to present the latest development results
The non-invasive, cuff-free measurement of blood pressure suitable for everyday use is one of the central goals of the ZIM project “BDMon”, which started in January 2022. Together with partners from industry and research, the in-ear sensor developed at the CiS Research Institute will be transferred into medical products
Photodiodes without back reflection improve stray light sensitive applications such as particle measurement devices, making them more accurate, faster and cheaper. In the newly launched PoRr research project, various approaches to structuring and antireflection coating of silicon are being analyzed and tested for this purpose
InnoCON, the flagship event for the implementation and further development of the Thuringian Innovation Strategy, has just started. Steffen Biermann presents the joint project “IR sources for modern gas sensors”. Together with CMOS IR GmbH, the CiS Research Institute has developed a technology for the production of miniaturized IR emitters. Dr. Klaus Ettrich is the contact person for “H2 pressure sensors”. In the consortium HYPOS the CiS Research Institute developed a hydrogen resistant MEMS based pressure sensor, which can be used as a component in a H2 multisensor system that determines not only the pressure but also the temperature, residual gases and the concentration of hydrogen
At the 2nd HIPS “Silicon meets Ceramics” status workshop, the alliance partners will provide an overview of the current status of their R&D work. Tomorrow’s online event will focus on high-performance sensor technology, multilayer ceramic technology and silicon-based packaging technology
Resonant pressure sensors have versatile potential for applications in the hydrogen economy. The newly launched research project ReSi-DDS of the CiS Research Institute aims at the development of stacking technologies for the fabrication of resonator structures for resonant silicon pressure sensors
At the IVAM joint booth in Hall 13, we will present our development highlights under the slogan “Microsensors for tomorrow’s world” at Compamed 2021 in Düsseldorf. Dr. Martin Schädel reports on “Optical Blood Pressure Monitoring with PPG Sensors” at the COMPAMED HIGH-TECH Forum by IVAM
The CiS Research Institute is a founding member of SensorikNet e.V., an association founded by Thuringian entrepreneurs for developers, manufacturers and users of sensors and microelectronics
We will present current research results in several papers at the MikroSystemTechnik Kongress from November 8 to 10, 2021. Topics will include mechanical and optical silicon-based components, packaging as well as practical applications in business and quantum technologies