The Leibniz Institute for High Performance Microelectronics (IHP) is one of the internationally recognized competence centers for silicon-germanium technology.
We conduct cutting-edge research and development into silicon-based systems, high-frequency circuits and technologies for wireless and broadband communication. As a transition between basic research and application-oriented applications, the institute makes significant contributions to the innovative strength and ability of Germany and Europe as a location.
The IHP's research focuses on economically relevant topics that are used in:
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Wasser, eine der wichtigsten natürlichen Ressourcen auf der Erde, wird das Thema des 11. Brandenburger Sensornetztages am 25. November 2021 sein. Die Veranstaltung richtet sich an regionale Firmen, Kommunen, Wirtschaftseinrichtungen und Forschende.
W dniu 18 września 2021 roku IHP - Instytut Leibniza dla Innowacyjnej Mikroelektroniki zaprasza na dzień otwarty w godzinach od 16 do 20. Program będzie dwujęzyczny, w języku niemieckim i polskim.
IHP´s International “Wolfgang Mehr” fellowship award is devoted to develop a new topic of research in the area of “More than Moore” Silicon Microelectronics in close collaboration with IHP.
Seven trainees have decided to train at the Leibniz Institute for High Performance Microelectronics (IHP) in 2021. Two women and five men signed a training contract with the IHP on August 1st, 2021 and will henceforth be part of the Institute's 357 employees.
The BMBF has selected four hubs nationwide to research the future technology 6G, in which around 50 research partners will participate from August 2021. They will lay the foundation for the 6G research initiative launched by the BMBF in Germany and will be supported with up to 250 million euros.
The new joint project T-KOS of the Research Fab Microelectronics Germany