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Medical Technology

IHP's strength for medical applications is based on its merged competencies in materials, semiconductor technology, RF circuit design and wireless systems. It is completed by partnerships in medical research & industry. Key hard- & software components are available and can be used as basic blocks for new applications. Examples of IHP's portfolio are wireless sensor nodes with low-power consumption or security capabilities, Gigabit Wireless LAN, RF sensors as well as MEMS technologies. Typical applications of IHP's technical solutions are in the field of integrated sensors, telemedicine and habitat monitoring.

Cooperation with Brandenburg Medical School Theodor Fontane (MHB)

Microelectronics is a key technology and the basis of numerous innovations in the field of medical technology. The first implantable microelectronic systems in the form of cardiac pacemakers and cochlear implants were developed as early as 1950. Both implants use microelectronics to dramatically improve patient quality of life. Based on these medical technology applications of microelectronics new trends can be derived due to the progressive complexity of semiconductor technology:

 

  • Applications of implantable microsystems that interact sensory or through neural coupling
  • Point-of-care-testing
  • Cell or molecular diagnostics

 

"I am convinced that the cooperation between IHP and MHB will enable the development of new therapy and early detection measures. In the long term, it may be possible to significantly improve the quality of life of our aging society.", says Prof. Christian Wenger.

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If you need more information or have any questions, please 
contact us:


Prof. Christian Wenger
IHP 
Phone: +49 335 5625 135

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Medizinische Hochschule Brandenburg CAMPUS GmbH (gemeinnützig)

Professor for Microelectronics in Medical Technology

Fehrbelliner Straße 38
16816 Neuruppin

 

Phone: +49 3391 39 14110

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.