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Fraunhofer IPMS presents new controller IP-Core MACsec
Data security is one of the most important issues in today's digital age.
LOPEC 2023: Printed electronics - thin, brilliant, stretchable
Quantum materials for electroluminescent QD-LED displays, fast inline monitoring for thin film printing or stretchable printed electrodes. Scientists from the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research IAP in the Potsdam Science Park demonstrate what is already technologically possible in the field of printed electronics and present current projects at LOPEC 2023 in Munich from March 1st to 2nd (ICM, booth FO.16).
Secure optical data communication using quantum cryptography and Li-Fi
Modern quantum technology opens up many new areas of application. But it also harbours risks. Due to their enormous computing power, quantum computers could undermine even the most modern data encryption methods.
Secure quantum communication for critical identity access management infrastructures
The security of digital identities is threatened by future quantum technologies. In the hands of attackers, quantum computers will be able to break classical encryption methods. To fend off such attacks, four partners launched the Quant-ID project. In this project, they are researching the development of novel methods and systems that guarantee cryptographic security in the long term based on quantum random numbers and post-quantum cryptography. ...
Fraunhofer IPMS present latest photonic tech at SPIE Photonics West
Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems IPMS believe digitalisation, automation and efficiency are the buzzwords of the industry of the future. To this end, the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems IPMS develops customer-specific sensors, actuators and optical components. These represent the key technologies for IoT and numerous future applications with artificial intelligence, it claims.
Changing shapes at the push of a button
Programmable materials are true shapeshifters. They can change their characteristics in a controlled and reversible way with the push of a button, independently adapting to fit new conditions.
Fraunhofer IPMS presents loudspeaker concept
We want modern technology to become smaller and more energy-efficient without losing quality. Technical innovation is needed to achieve this. For several years, the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems IPMS has been researching a novel energy-efficient actuator system for micro loudspeakers.
Fraunhofer IPMS at the International Laser and Photonics Fair
Photonics focuses on the use of light with all its possibilities. From light control to laser technologies and data transmission, photonics is used in many fields such as medicine, industry, astronomy, microscopy or traffic safety.
Ystral and Fraunhofer Battery Cell Research Manufacturing
The machine and plant manufacturer ystral supports the project Battery Cell Research Manufacturing in Münster / Germany with a mixing and dispersing system in the “FFB PreFab”, which is intended for testing manufacturing processes as well as new recipes for battery cell production. The start of the test operation on the ystral system is scheduled for the end of next year.
Fraunhofer IPMS presents 200 and 300mm technologies
The level of automation and efficiency in industry has increased significantly with Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things. This requires more and more sensors, actuators, control devices and machine learning systems. The demand for compact, energy-efficient and advanced technologies as well as miniaturised components with innovative functions is increasing. However, the development of many of these technologies involves high costs and the use o...
First implementation of chiplet project on Samsung’s 5nm process technology
Fraunhofer IIS/EAS has announced its first implementation of the Bunch of Wires (BoW) standard-based interface IP from the Open Compute Project (OCP) on Samsung’s 5nm technology.
Sensor and actuator-based signal pre-processing using AI-based methods
In everyday life, digital helpers – such as smart apps or cars that think for themselves – are already firmly integrated.
Sustainable satellites using Li-Fi GigaDock transceivers
Humans cause too much waste not only on Earth. Space debris is also becoming an ever greater problem.
Made in Germany – Distributed Manufacturing project
A consortium of Fraunhofer institutes and well-known German industrial companies is developing a split-manufacturing project for semiconductor production in the project: Distributed Manufacturing for Novel and Trustworthy Electronics T4T. This will enable the secure assembly of subsystems in Germany and safeguard supply chains.
Miniaturised components of Fraunhofer IPMS – MEMS & Imaging Sensors Summit 2022
Highly sensitive electronic components are the drivers of our digitalised world. Micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) open up new possibilities for miniaturisation in wide-ranging application areas.
From optics to AI: Fraunhofer Research leads way into future of robotics
Joseph Fraunhofer was a 19th-century pioneer in optics who brought together scientific research with industrial applications. Fast forward to today and Germany’s Fraunhofer Society – Europe’s R&D organisation – is setting its sights on the applied research of key technologies, from AI to cybersecurity to medicine.
Semiconductor research meets German Oceanographic Museum
The many innovations resulting from the applied research of the Fraunhofer Gesellschaft have so far mainly benefited industrial companies. In the future, Fraunhofer IPMS intends to make its research increasingly available to cultural institutions and thus to the public community.
Fraunhofer develops CANsec Controller IP-Core CAN-SEC for security in EV systems
Modern vehicles have a large number of electronic systems that are networked with each other.
Near infrared spectral analysis for mobile applications
Anyone who has ever ruined a cake knows that the correct identification of visually similar substances such as sugar and salt have great significance in food preparation. However, complex compositional analyses can also provide information about the quality, ripeness, or freshness of products. Therefore, Fraunhofer IPMS is researching and developing the smallest energy-efficient scanner systems, which enable non-contact and mobile freshness testi...
New center for semiconductor research opened in Dresden
A flagship of semiconductor research with international reach is emerging in Dresden. Fraunhofer IPMS and Fraunhofer IZM-ASSID are bundling their competences and establishing the Center for Advanced CMOS & Heterointegration Saxony. The center will offer the complete value chain in 300 mm microelectronics, a prerequisite for high-tech research for future technologies.