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IEEE-IMBioC 2018 Best Student Paper Award in Third Place

Rahul Kumar Yadav was one of 12 finalists and got the third place. IHP scientist Defu Wang was also nominated.

IHP at IMS and IMBioC

The IHP will be well represented at IMS and IMBioC in Philadelphia. Five papers were accepted. There will also be three workshops and talks as well as an invited talk.

Joint focused session of URSI and MIKON

Herman Ng and Prof. Nils Pohl concentrate on the topic "Highly-Integrated Millimeter-Wave Radar Sensors in SiGe BiCMOS Technologies".

GMM-Preis an IHP-Wissenschaftler verliehen

Prof. Dr. Dietmar Kissinger erhält gemeinsam mit Christopher Beck Auszeichnung für beste Veröffentlichung der letzten drei Jahre im Bereich Mikroelektronik und Mikrosystemtechnik

IHP-Scientist successful in Florida

Iria Garcia Lopez receives Best Student Paper Award

ITG Klausurtagung in Frankfurt (Oder)

Das IHP hat die diesjährige Tagung des ITG Fachausschusses 7.3 Mikrowellentechnik ausgerichtet. Die Klausurtagung fand am 5. und 6. Juli statt.

International Solid-State Circuits Conference 2016

IHP scientists contributed to the 63. International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) from January 31 to February 4, 2016 in San Francisco, C.A.

IHP contributes with two DFG projects in Priority Program ESSENCE SPP1857

IHP takes part in the priority programm ESSENCE in the projects "Hochempfindlicher und hochspezifischer Atemgassensorbasierend auf Molekülspektroskopie im Millimeterwellenlängenbereich" and "Integrierte Lab-on-Chip Terahertz-Spektroskopie-Plattform in BiCMOS Technologie" (THz-LoC)

International Solid-State Circuits Conference

IHP scientists contributed to the 60. International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC), February 17-21, 2013 in San Francisco, C.A.

Silicon-based Ultra-Compact Cost-Efficient System Design for mm-Wave Sensors (SUCCESS) – Workshop at the IMS 2012

On June 22th, the team of the SUCCESS project, which is coordinated by the IHP, held a scientific workshop within the framework of the International Microwave Symposium in Montreal.

The building and the infrastructure of the IHP were funded by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union, funds of the Federal Government and also funds of the Federal State of Brandenburg.