New pH sensing layer successfully integrated into an ISFET
Fraunhofer IPMS has announced a significant advance in chemical and biochemical analysis with new pH sensing layers.
Strengthening the security of broadband 5G/6G communication networks
The security of communication networks is becoming more and more important with increasing digitalisation.
Customised photonic technologies from Fraunhofer IPMS
Innovative, customised, and sustainable – these are the keywords for the numerous research projects of the Fraunhofer IPMS.
Leading edge semiconductor research on 200/300mm wafers
The Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems IPMS, situated in Silicon Saxony, provides both large-scale chip manufacturers and smaller entities access to cutting-edge photonic microsystems technology.
Microtechnology conquers space for more precise earth observation
Earth observation is becoming increasingly important to help us better understand our planet and address environmental and societal issues.
From microchips to holograms – the perfect light modulation
Fraunhofer IPMS develops photonic microsystems that modulate light using small, controllable mirrors to create unique images and structures.
Intelligent acoustic sensor systems support The Hearing Car
Tomorrow’s vehicles will be equipped with a sense of hearing, which will enable them to perceive, for example, bicycle bells, children playing, or the sirens of approaching emergency vehicles.
Autonomous cargo drone with sustainable structures and intelligent battery systems
Urban Air Mobility (UAM) does more than just open up new potential in terms of transporting goods: if some of urban traffic goes airborne, this will also offer completely new approaches when it comes to sustainable mobility solutions. In the Fraunhofer ALBACOPTER Lighthouse Project, six Fraunhofer institutes are addressing the technical and social issues associated with UAM.
Safe roads thanks to AI: successful ‘KI-FLEX’ project concludes
How can autonomous driving be made more reliable? Yesterday, the ‘KI-FLEX’ project, which was funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and led by Fraunhofer IIS, presented its research results.
RISC-V development at Fraunhofer IPMS
The accessibility of RISC-V has started a revolution and, thanks to its open architecture, allows developers to design processors tailored to specific requirements.
Researchers use SPAD detector to achieve 3D quantum ghost imaging
Researchers have reported the first 3D measurements acquired with quantum ghost imaging. The new technique enables 3D imaging on a single photon level, yielding the lowest photon dose possible for any measurement.
Launch of European semiconductor metrology technology hub
Applied Materials and the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems IPMS announced a landmark collaboration to create Europe's largest technology hub for semiconductor metrology and process analysis.
Zone-based automotive E /E – architecture
The vehicles of the future will be automated and networked to drive autonomously in road traffic and to relieve the driver.
Optical microsystems from Fraunhofer IPMS
Fraunhofer IPMS is proud to showcase its range of optical microsystems, with displays at the LASER World of PHOTONICS.
Qualified micro scanners for customised medical applications
The potential of micro scanners in medical technology is immense. Their small size, low weight and high energy efficiency make them ideal for mobile use.
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.