Modeling in microsystems engineering
Semiconductor components are found in almost all devices and machines. They perform specific functions in the smallest of spaces. Modeling and simulation of physical and technological interrelationships are a prerequisite for the targeted, efficient and resource-saving development of these components.
Dr. Peter Schneider, who has been Professor of Design Methods for Adaptive Microelectronic Systems at the Institute of Precision Engineering and Electronics Design (IFTE) at Dresden University of Technology since 1st March 2023, will open the round of lectures with his keynote speech on the topic of design automation.
In addition, Bernd Michel, Hembach Photonics GmbH will present scattered light analysis using optical software a basic program for optical system development.
The workshop will take a look specifically at silicon-based MEMS and MOEMS devices, as well as microsensors, and will cover in three sessions the topics of
- Optical simulations for MOEMS
- Mechanical simulations for MEMS and
- Multidomain modeling
in depth. Different semiconductor physics simulation tools will be discussed, as well as influences such as the Hanbury-Brown effect or the characteristic curve calculation of piezo-resistive resistive bridges.
The workshop will take place as a hybrid event on 26th September 2023 at the CiS Research Institute in Erfurt. The organizer is CiS e.V.
Workshop language is German.