Best Paper Award Runner-Up für den Beitrag: Systematic MEMS ASIC Design Flow using the Example of an Acceleration Sensor
Systematic design and economical manufacture for intelligent multi-sensor systems in small quantities
IMMS has investigated, modelled and validated MEMS characteristics to develop basic blocks for a universally applicable method for MEMS design.
Zwei Vorträge auf der 17. ITG/GMM-Fachtagung Analog 2020, Analoge Schaltungen: Schlüsselsysteme für Automotive, IoT und zukünftige drahtlose Technologien
32. GI/GMM/ITG-Workshop Testmethoden und Zuverlässigkeit von Schaltungen und Systemen
Two presentations at the Technology Conference on Condition, Health and Quality Monitoring – Sensors, Methods and Applications
5 lectures at the International Conference on Synthesis, Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Methods and Applications to Circuit Design and one lecture at the 15th Conference on PhD Research in Microelectronics and Electronics
IMMS-Doktorand verteidigt Dissertation zu präziser passiver RFID-Sensorik
Implemented acceleration sensor to validate the novel method
Reducing development and manufacturing costs
Eric Schäfer, M. Sc.
Head of Microelectronics / Branch Office Erfurt
eric.schaefer(at)imms.de+49 (0) 361 663 25 35
Eric Schäfer and his team research Integrated sensor systems, especially CMOS-based biosensors, ULP sensor systems and AI-based design and test automation. The results are being incorporated into research on the lead applications Sensor systems for in-vitro diagnostics and RFID sensor technology. It will assist you with services for the development of Integrated circuits and with IC design methods.