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IHP measures in response to the current Corona crisis

Temporary emergency operation at the Leibniz Institute for Innovative Microelectronics (IHP)

IHP announces 5G-CLARITY project for providing multi-connectivity in future private networks

IHP coordinates this 5G-PPP Project with European industrial and academic partners to develop beyond 5G multi-access private networks

Informationsangebote zu IT-Sicherheit für Unternehmen

Kompetenzzentrum IT-Sicherheit (KITS) stellt sich vor

New Microcontroller for Space Applications

Project MORAL started at IHP

New Perspectives for Opto-Electronic Platform Technologies

IHP-scientists presented paper about a silicon nitride waveguide coupled Ge photodiode at IEDM

Best Paper Award for Highly-Integrated Multi-Channel SiGe Transceiver Suitable for 2-D and 3-D Radar Measurements

IHP-scientist Dr. Herman Jalli Ng has been honoured with the best paper award at the Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference (APMC) in Singapore for his paper “Highly-Integrated Radar Transceiver with 2 TX and 4 RX Channels for Range, Azimuthal and Polar Angle Measurements”. "The paper describes a highly-integrated V-band 6-channel radar transceiver, which is composed of two transmit as well as four receive channels and is very suitable for MIMO radar systems. The transceiver chip is implemented in IHP SiGe BiCMOS technology and can be complemented by 2-D antenna array configuration to enable the measurements of the 2-D and 3-D positions of objects,” Dr. Ng describes the achievement. APMC dates back to 1986 in New Delhi, and it is now recognized as one of the premier international conferences of microwave community to exchange results and discuss collaboration. The conference covers the entire scope of microwave and millimeter wave engineering, including RF/microwave/THz, antennas & propagation and EMC/EMI.

Chances of Plasmonics

Dr. Leonetta Baldassarre receives International IHP "Wolfgang Mehr" Fellowship Award 2019

IHP recruits the best

TH Mittelhessen awarded IHP-scientist as best master student of the year

Wie smart ist meine Region?

9. Brandenburger Sensornetztag am IHP gibt Antworten

Gebündeltes Know-how in der Mikrosensorik

„Innovationscampus Elektronik und Mikrosensorik Cottbus“ an den Start gegangen

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.