The shift from a resource-intensive to an increasingly knowledge-based form of production should lead to an increase in international competitiveness.

Nanotechnologies are becoming increasingly important; for example, in the areas of electronics, medicine, automobiles and construction. The research in this field will lead to new products and services. Advanced materials are materials with new functionalities and improved properties which make it possible to sustainably create added value to existing products and processes.

Research Group Micro and Nano Analytics

R & D projects as well as services in the areas of materials analytics: micro, nano and surface analytics, scanning probe microscopy, scanning electron microscopy & STEM, structure analytics (EBSD), X-ray analytics (EDX, WDX), micro X-ray fluorescence (μ-XRF), wavelength-dispersive X-ray fluorescence, FT infrared spectroscopy, probe preparation and focused ion beam therapy, combined mechanical, magnetic, electric, thermal and chemical micro- characterization, macroscopic thermal characterization, thin film analytics, coordinates and measuring technology. 

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  • Electrical Engineering, Media Technology and Informatics
  • Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics
  • Applied Natural Sciences and Industrial Engineering

Research Group Reliability and Quality Control

R & D projects and services in the areas of IC quality control and reliability analytics, semiconductor wafer-level test (up to 300 mm wafer), developing and carrying out IC stress and test procedures, service life projections, error and failure analytics, IC construction analytics, semiconductor measuring technology, lock-in amplifier measuring technology.

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  • Electrical Engineering, Media Technology and Informatics
  • Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics
  • Applied Natural Sciences and Industrial Engineering

 

Research Group Functional Surfaces

Functional surfaces and coatings are important “enabling technologies”. Beam sources, optics and materials are made more efficient, durable, robust and reach  outstanding specifications through the targeted functionalisation of surfaces and coatings. The research group deals specifically with the optimization of polymers, easy-to-clean surfaces, antibacterial surfaces, scratch-proof surfaces, as well as surface analytics, material testing and error analysis.

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Research Group New Materials – Glass for Technological Applications

Design of new materials (optimized physical properties)

Development of new production methods for thin-film deposition and moulding Optimisation of thin-film production methods

Use of well-known materials (eg. glass) in new areas of application (e.g. glass substrate for MEMS)

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