Research and development from design to prototyping

We are your partner for product oriented research and development of new sensor solutions and microsystems based on silicon technologies. Customers benefit from our closed value chain from design to production. We focus on mechanic optoelectronic and capacitive microsystems for industrial application and radiation detectors for science and research.

Save the date - trade fairs in 2020

SPIE Photonics West -
01.-06. February in San Francisco, USA

Sensor+Test - 23.-25. Juni in Nuremberg, Germany

Sensor China - 23.-25. September in Shanghai, China

electronica - 10.-13. November in Munich, Germany

COMPAMED - 16.-19. November in Düsseldorf, Germany


High measurement accuracy for the optical characterization of UV LEDs

By optimizing the measurement setup and the evaluation routine, an absolute comparison of the radiation characteristics of different measurements with each other is possible. Less than 3% measurement uncertainty is achieved with an angular resolution of 1.5. The standardization procedure is currently being tested [learn more]

GeWaDiS - Targeted growth of synthetic diamond layers for pressure sensors

Passivation layers of synthetic diamond are particularly resistant to media. A cost-effective implementation of diamond coatings in relevant sensor areas has been reliably tested by adapting microsystem technologies [learn more]

Development of a sensor for early fault detection in high-performance batteries

After a successful pitch at getstarted2gether, the founding project "Early Fault Detection in High-Performance Batteries" of DC Industrie Entwicklung GmbH is currently being further developed to production and process maturity. The CiS Research Institute supports the start-up during the funding period with its technical infrastructure as well as its competence in silicone from more than 25 years [learn more]

Thermopiles for non-contact temperature measurement at humans

The current situation around Corona and the COVID-19 pandemic requires very dynamic action and above-average commitment. Within the scope of industrial orders the CiS Forschungsinstitut develops and manufactures thermopiles together with partners. These sensors allow non-contact temperature measurement and are used in contactless thermometers in gate solutions [learn more]

1st Status Workshop of the BMBF Growth Core HIPS - High Performance Sensor Technology

Within this 1st status workshop on the BMBF growth core HIPS on March 19, Andrea Cyriax will present current developments in the field of MEMS sensor technology. In a second presentation, Dr. Klaus Ettrich will introduce the joint project on gas sensor technology, which is coordinated by the CiS Research Institute [learn more]

Intelligent development environment for flexible and fast microsensor prototyping

With the support of the European Union within the framework of the European Regional Development Fund (EFRE), the CiS Forschungsinstitut is establishing an intelligent development environment for flexible and fast microsensor prototyping that enables permanent, largely automated parameter acquisition and control in the course of microsystem prototype production [Show info]

Supported by the Free State of Thuringia with funds from the European Social Fund

Supported by the European Social Fund, CiS is preparing to modernise its infrastructure in order to be fit for future research and development activities [show info]

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01.10.2020 - 02.10.2020:
CiS Quantum Workshop: Workshop on Applied Quantum Technologies
Erfurt, Germany [+Cal]
CiS MOEMS Workshop: Komponenten für die NDIR-Sensorik
Erfurt, Germany [+Cal]
18. Windmesse Symposium
Hamburg, Germany [+Cal]
CiS MEMS Workshop: Drucksensorik
Erfurt, Germany [+Cal]
10.11.2020 - 13.11.2020:
Electronica 2020
München, Germany [+Cal]

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