At the 9th MikroSystemTechnik Kongress in Ludwigsburg, the CiS Research Institute will present current research topics in several papers from November 8 to 10, 2021.
Prof. Thomas Ortlepp will speak on November 9 in Session C1: Integrated, Hybrid & Microhybrid Systems on the topic of “Integrated, Digitally Controllable Downconverter, Submount for Cooling with Integrated Sensing and Adapted Optics for Operation of UV-LEDs.” The project focuses on controlling the light intensity of UV LEDs with low current ripple for maximum light output, and optimal illumination and cooling for long device lifetime. The talk will start at 11:20 a.m. in Silcher Hall.
Four further development focal points will be presented in poster sessions. These range from mechanical and optical silicon-based components to packaging to practical applications in business and quantum technologies.
Poster session 1A: Components: Microsystems
P1.4A Transparent photodiode for standing wave interferometer
Christian Möller, Thomas Klein, Julia Brandel, Thomas Ortlepp
P1.10A Miniaturized single-coupling optics for SNSPDs
Christian Möller, Thomas Ortlepp (CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik GmbH
Mittwoch der 10.11.2021
Poster session 2A: Applications: Environment
P2.17A Passivated micro flow sensors for slightly corrosive media
Thomas Frank, André Grün, Stefan Jagomast, Christian Maier, Stefan Völlmeke, Heike Wünscher, Steffen Herbst, Thomas Ortlepp
Poster session 2C Applications: Mobility, Labor, Economy & Security
P2.8C Silicon strain sensors for stress analysis
Th. Frank, A. Grün, C. Maier, A. Cyriax, M. T. Asghar , M. Hintz, U. Krieger, Th. Ortlepp
P2.24C Industrial displacement sensors based on magneto-optical quantum technology
Matthias Niethammer (University Stuttgart); Albert D. Dorneich, Ralph Bauer, Christoph Boeckenhoff (Balluff GmbH); Mario Bähr (CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik GmbH); Ulrich Ritter, Roland Schaefer (Balluff GmbH); Jörg Wrachtrup (University Stuttgart)
The MikroSystemTechnik Kongress is a joint event of the BMBF and the VDE. This year’s focus is on digitization, photonics and optical technologies, and medical technology. The congress is designed as an attendance event. As a national platform, the congress networks politics, science as well as industry and shows new applications in microsystems technology from MEMS and MOEMS to quantum technologies.
Organizers are VDE/VDI-GMM Society for Microelectronics, Microsystems and Precision Engineering (GMM) VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH (VDI/VDE-IT).