Dr. Jörg Weber, Analytik Jena
”The work offers great potential for industrial applications, but also for growing markets in life science and medical technology, where we see a rising demand for intelligent microelectronic sensors.“
”As the spokesperson for the industrial advisory council of ’GreenSense‘, I am pleased to be able to follow the developments actively. In the project, IMMS is researching and developing a modular technology platform for energy-autonomous smart-sensor networks. These will be able to monitor and control industrial processes better in the future, making them more energy and resource efficient. IMMS performs a great deal of fundamental research in this area and, thus, provides support to small and medium enterprises who cannot afford the effort involved.
The work offers great potential for industrial applications, but also for growing markets in life science and medical technology, where we see a rising demand for intelligent microelectronic sensors. We as well as other companies are interested in the outcome of the research project to find new approaches to improve our analysis methods.
IMMS is the only research institute for microelectronic applications in Thüringen. As such, the Institute is a valuable support to sensor manufacturers, both in the region and beyond. It has initiated lively exchange of ideas and information with the ten project partners, so that initial thoughts have arisen on many future spin-off projects. The research carried out to date is also already the basis of collaborative projects which are at the planning stage, and to which we are looking forward with enthusiasm. It will be good to keep on with our cooperation. It is a form of cooperation which will continue to underpin the strong position of Thüringen as a technology region.“
The reference is related to:
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.