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    Research Activities of Institute i3m

     

    Areas of specialization and research priorities

    The activities of I3M are organized in three areas of specialization. Within each area, there are two laboratories, equipped with modern, powerful scientific tools. Seven professors and seven engineers are permanently available in the institute for teaching, research and development. Furthermore, there are several scientific staff members working in research projects on a time-restricted basis.

    • Microelectronics and Design Techniques
    • Microstructuring and System Integration
    • Optoelectronics and Laser Techniques

    I3M activities:
    • Concentrate expert competence and infrastructure at Hochschule Bremen in the field of microsystems, nanotechnologies, microelectronics and optical technologies
    • Transfer scientific/technical knowledge to practical application and teaching
    • Cooperate with regional business
    • Promote innovation
    • Develop and offer programs for continuing professional development (CPD)

    Our service for you:
    • Design, simulation, optimization and test of microsystems and optical systems
    • Feasibility studies of microsystems, microtechniques and optical technologies in your application
    • Measurements on micro/nanoelements, micro/nanosystems, optical components and optical systems
    • Consulting, professional training and quality assurance

    Research and Development Projects:
    1998 1999 Synthesis of crypto-coprozessors
    Prof. Dr. Stefan Wolter
    1999 Development of testing of crypto-chips
    Prof. Dr. Stefan Wolter
    2000 2002 VHDL-softcore for the advanced encryption standard
    Prof. Dr. Stefan Wolter
    1997 2000 Measurement and modelling of common-mode rejection in low-power linear integrated circuits
    Prof. Dr. Mike Brinson
    1997 1999 Polarisation maintaining fiber interconnection and splice protection
    Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wenke
    2000 2002 Adjustment and assembly of optoelectronic and fiberoptic microcomponents
    Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wenke
    2002 2003 Optical system for homogenisation of diodelaser radiation in joining of plastics
    Prof. Dr. Thomas Henning
    2003 2004 Wavelength division multiplexing employing optical amplifiers
    Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wenke
    2003 2004 Fabrication and application of microforming tools
    Prof. Dr. Birgit Hannemann; Prof. Dr. Thomas Henning
    2003 2004 Forming and shaping of micromechanical components using lasers
    Prof. Dr. Birgit Hannemann; Prof. Dr. Thomas Henning
    2004 2007 Experimental investigations on integrated-optic polymeric bragg-sensors
    Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wenke
    2005 Characterisation of superluminescence diodes implemented under specified system conditions
    Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wenke
    2005 2008 DATARAIN
    Prof. Dr. Sören Peik, IAT
    2006 Investigations on optimum LED radiation in driving cab of trucks
    Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wenke
    2006 Measurement of ultrashort laserpulses
    Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wenke
    2006 cont. Rapid prototyping
    Prof. Dr. Birgit Hannemann; Prof. Dr. Thomas Henning
    2006 2008 Laseroptic online diameter measurement of wires and optical fibers during manufacturing
    Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wenke; Dr. Werner Blohm
    2006 System-on-Chip for high-speed data transmission in space technology
    Prof. Dr. Stefan Wolter
    2007 2010 Development and test of technique to investigate optical elements and systems employing wavefront analysis
    Prof. Dr. Friedrich Fleischmann; Prof. Dr. Thomas Henning
    2007 Design and development of method and equipment to test optical components
    Prof. Dr. Friedrich Fleischmann; Prof. Dr. Thomas Henning
    2007 2008 Development and implementation of an autopilot for micro helicopter
    Prof. Dr. Heinrich Warmers
    2007 2009 Surface processing on nanometer scale using laser radiation in manufacturing of biosensor-components for online probing
    Prof. Dr. Friedrich Fleischmann; Prof. Dr. Thomas Henning; Prof. Dr. Gerhard Wenke
    2008 2012 Unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in atmospheric research (COST action ES 0802)
    Prof. Dr. Heinrich Warmers
    2008 2011 Easy Precision
    Prof. Dr. Friedrich Fleischmann; Prof. Dr. Thomas Henning; JUB
    2009 2011 Development and implementation of an autonomous autopilot and measuring equipment for a fixed-wing aircraft used in climate research
    Prof. Dr. Heinrich Warmers
    2009 D-Box Shefex
    Prof. Dr. Sören Peik
    2009 2011 MEMSDOME
    Prof. Dr. Sören Peik, IAT
    2009 2011 Indoor Localisation Systems (ILS)
    Prof. Dr. Sören Peik, IAT
    2009 2011 Free Vision
    Prof. Dr. Friedrich Fleischmann
    2010 Power System Formationsflug
    Prof. Dr. Sören Peik, IAT
    2010 Analysis and optimization of a Remote Entry System for automotive applications
    Prof. Dr. Sören Peik

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