Also this year, three workshops on silicon-based sensor technology and related, current research results and latest trends within the individual focus topics will take place. The first of these three workshops was held on 6th June 2023 under the motto “Modern analytics for innovative and sustainable sensor technology & materials science” and highlighted current results from research and development in modern analytics for the semiconductor industry
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.
The 26th edition of the renowned Hasselt Diamond Workshop 2022 – SBDD XXVI will take place next week in Hasselt, Belgium. In recent years, the workshop has become one of the most important international conferences for diamond research and technology. The CiS Research Institute is represented with two poster contributions and one scientific talk
With the Workshop on Quantum Technologies the exciting workshop autumn CiS began. The two-day hybrid event offered current research results from the fields of quantum sensor technology, quantum communication and computing as well as enabling technologies. Workshops on NDIR sensor technology and pressure sensor technology will follow every two weeks
The CiS Research Institute joins the innovation network QPhot – Quantum Photonics to reach the emerging market of quantum photonics and to establish customized, marketable sensor solutions in this segment
Scientists at the CiS Research Institute are developing compact industrial quantum sensors with a tiny diamond at their core. These synthetic diamonds with a manipulated atom in the crystal lattice allow the high-precision measurement of magnetic fields
The BMBF joint project DiaQuantFab started on 15.5.2019. Within three years, the project partners will develop commercially viable microsensor systems for high-precision magnetic field measurement and calibration-free current measurement based on NV centres in diamond