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IHP clean room extension

IHP Demonstratoren

Exasens Demonstrator

Rapid, precise and user-friendly!

These are some of the important features of IHP’s new permittivity sensor for liquid identification, fabricated using our in-house BiCMOS technology.

Impulse-Radio UWB

How can fixed and moveable objects in a space be found, localised and tracked, and that with millimetre accuracy and in real time? The solution is provided by the impulse radio ultra-wideband method – or UWB – from IHP.

Fault- tolerant radar system

Moving freely within a space!

Now this may seem completely normal and easy for us humans, but it represents a major hurdle for machines, robots or automobiles. But with the radar systems developed at IHP specifically for such applications, these challenges can now be mastered more effectively.

MBE laboratory

Curiosity represents the very heart of research. And here at IHP, the centrepiece of our materials research consists of our MBE laboratory. With MBE standing for molecular beam epitaxy. Fundamental research on a highly diverse range of materials is conducted here. Doing so, classic semiconductor elements, such as silicon or germanium, are combined with further elements, such as nitrides, oxides or various carbons – including graphene, among others.

Cryptography

Having confidential communications protected from manipulation represents an essential requirement in our world today. And encryption methods are the means to achieve this. But the aspects mentioned are dependent on the secrecy of the digital keys utilised in the encryption methods.

Millimeter Wave Line-of-Sight MIMO

Mobile communications are becoming increasingly fast and powerful. With 5G mobile technology now laying claim to the future. But in order to have higher data rates available for mobile phone users, the speed of the data exchanges between the base stations among themselves and with the core networks must be clearly increased. The requirement here is to have up to 100 gigabits per second. One route to achieving this consists of the Millimeter-Wave MIMO technology.

THz Gas Spectroscopy

Compatible, cost-effective and compact – these features are combined in the cutting-edge gas-spectroscopy system that has been developed, assembled and tested here at IHP together with the German Aerospace Center and Humbolt University Berlin.

Vocational training

Lab Engineer at the IHP

Explained for pupils: Joel Rauscher gives insights into the MBE laboratory, his daily work and reports on his dual study programme.

 

Work in science

Explained for pupils: Honeyeh Matbaechi Ettehad reports on her work as a doctoral student at the IHP.

 

 

Vocational Training as a microtechnologist

Explained for pupils: Rosalie Baaske explains the basic processes of wafer production and reports on her training as a microtechnologist.

 

IHP Demonstratoren

Exasens Demonstrator

Rapid, precise and user-friendly!

These are some of the important features of IHP’s new permittivity sensor for liquid identification, fabricated using our in-house BiCMOS technology.

Impulse-Radio UWB

How can fixed and moveable objects in a space be found, localised and tracked, and that with millimetre accuracy and in real time? The solution is provided by the impulse radio ultra-wideband method – or UWB – from IHP.

Fault- tolerant radar system

Moving freely within a space!

Now this may seem completely normal and easy for us humans, but it represents a major hurdle for machines, robots or automobiles. But with the radar systems developed at IHP specifically for such applications, these challenges can now be mastered more effectively.

MBE laboratory

Curiosity represents the very heart of research. And here at IHP, the centrepiece of our materials research consists of our MBE laboratory. With MBE standing for molecular beam epitaxy. Fundamental research on a highly diverse range of materials is conducted here. Doing so, classic semiconductor elements, such as silicon or germanium, are combined with further elements, such as nitrides, oxides or various carbons – including graphene, among others.

Cryptography

Having confidential communications protected from manipulation represents an essential requirement in our world today. And encryption methods are the means to achieve this. But the aspects mentioned are dependent on the secrecy of the digital keys utilised in the encryption methods.

Millimeter Wave Line-of-Sight MIMO

Mobile communications are becoming increasingly fast and powerful. With 5G mobile technology now laying claim to the future. But in order to have higher data rates available for mobile phone users, the speed of the data exchanges between the base stations among themselves and with the core networks must be clearly increased. The requirement here is to have up to 100 gigabits per second. One route to achieving this consists of the Millimeter-Wave MIMO technology.

THz Gas Spectroscopy

Compatible, cost-effective and compact – these features are combined in the cutting-edge gas-spectroscopy system that has been developed, assembled and tested here at IHP together with the German Aerospace Center and Humbolt University Berlin.

Vocational training

Lab Engineer at the IHP

Explained for pupils: Joel Rauscher gives insights into the MBE laboratory, his daily work and reports on his dual study programme.

 

Work in science

Explained for pupils: Honeyeh Matbaechi Ettehad reports on her work as a doctoral student at the IHP.

 

 

Vocational Training as a microtechnologist

Explained for pupils: Rosalie Baaske explains the basic processes of wafer production and reports on her training as a microtechnologist.

 

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