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Technology Platform for Smart Systems - Selected Projects

The research programs are realized by dint of the following project portfolio, which is regulary updated according to the content requirements as well as opportunities for co-operations and external funding. Industry and grant projects are acquired in such a manner as to serve the strategic goals of the IHP.

Emerging Devices and Technologies

SepaDiElo

Mikroelektronikchip für die Zellseparation

INTENS

Integration von elektrischen Sensoren in Holz und Faserverbund Bauteile

GETiT

Graphen Exfoliation – Technologieentwicklung eines industrienahen 2D-Transferprozesses

SiGeSn-NanoFETs

Si Photonics

DIMENSION

Directly Modulated Lasers on Silicon

CALADAN

Micro assembled Terabit/s capable optical transceivers for Datacom applications

BioPIC

Integration of Biosensors based on Photonic Integrated Circuits by Local-Backside Etching

Heterointegration

SUMCASTEC

Semiconductor-based Ultrawideband Micromanipulation of CAncer STEm Cells

GaNonCMOS

Novel Ring Resonator Combining Strong Field Confinement With High Optical Quality Factor

HyTeck

Hybridintegrationsplattform für zuverlässige Hochfrequenzschaltkreise

NANOPOLY

Artificial permittivity and permeability engineering for future generation sub wavelength analogue integrated circuits and systems

ATOS

Advanced Technological Solutions for X band Earth Observation Systems

Bend-IT

Bendable wireless sensors and millimetre-wave transmitters using thinned SiGe BiCMOS

Process Integration >for R&D Service<

SIGEREL

Investigation of the long-term degradation of the high-frequency behavior of SiGe heterojunction bipolar transistors and circuits

Dotseven2IC

Fundamentals of THz Circuits and Systems in Advanced SiGe HBT Technologies

TARANTO

TowARds Advanced bicmos NanoTechnology platforms for rf and thz applicatiOns

MonPicoAD

A Monolithic Picosecond Avalanche Detector

Former Projects

Former projects are listed on a separate page, please follow the link:

The building and the infrastructure of the IHP were funded by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union, funds of the Federal Government and also funds of the Federal State of Brandenburg.