Projects

Overview

Here you will find all publicly funded projects in which Fraunhofer IZM is involved.

Advanced Distributed Pilot Line for More-than-Moore Technologies

ADMONT

The European project ADMONT provides a novel approach for innovation in all sectors. It has no specific focus on particular end markets so Automotive, Aerospace, Industrial, Food Processing, Health, Safety, ICT and various other end markets can benefit. ADMONT supplies system integrators with a modular system for combining distinct technologies at wafer level while providing a vital and necessary platform for new products. This encompasses not only process technology but also design and modelling capabilities.  ADMONT aims to reduce manufacturing times for base components to 75 % and reduce system costs to 70 % of what can be achieved today. Electronics-based products will benefit from increased innovation speed and hence accelerate time to market. This will bring the benefits of innovation to the full value chain, both from a production perspective and from an end user perspective.

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APPLAUSE ECSEL

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Developing packaging and interconnection technologies for the competitive production of highly integrated microelectronic and optoelectronic systems.

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ASTROSE - VISION

Astrose - Freileitungsmonitoring - Funk-Sensornetzwerk zum Monitoring von Hoch- und Höchstspannungsleitungen
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A wireless sensor network for the monitoring of high and extra high voltage power lines.

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BioSENSORIK Detecting Biomarkers in Blood

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image - Fraunhofer IZM | Volker Mai - researchers develop a graphene oxide-based rapid test to detect infections
© Fraunhofer IZM | Volker Mai
Fraunhofer researchers are developing graphene oxide-based biosensors to detect bacterial and viral infections within just 15 minutes.

The project is developing a biosensor for the qualitative and quantitative for fast, reliable, on-site diagnostics of bacterial, viral, and fungal infections.

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GlaRA

Section through a glass interposer
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Section through a glass interposer

The GlaRa project develops a high-reliability technology platform that combines sensor systems with high-speed signal processing and high-frequency data transmission.

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HighConnect VIP+

Logo - Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)

Coupling the evanescence field between neighbouring waveguides allows the performance-dependent splitting of optical fields and opens up new design options.
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KameRad

KameRad
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The highly integrated camera-plus-radar module allows sensor systems to adapt flexibly to conditions for autonomous vehicles on the road and beyond.

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MASSTART

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MASSTART aims to provide a holistic transformation to the assembly and characterization of high speed photonic transceivers towards bringing the cost down to €1/Gb/s or even lower in mass production. This will guarantee European leadership in the Photonics industry for the next decade.

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MoDeSt

Logo - Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)

The ModeESt project intends to improve the health and wellbeing of patients with a walker-integrated sensor module that tracks their posture and can help prevent trips and falls.

 

New Processes for Embedding Electronic Components in Large-Area Organic Substrates

PEKOS

Microsection
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Microsection

The project is dedicated to the development of new processes and machines for a novel form of packaging in microelectronics: panel-level packaging.

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Next generation photonic biosensors

PoC-BoSens

Next generation photonic biosensors
© addDesign/Tobias Schirmer

Label free photonic sensing platforms are recently revolutioning Point of Care diagnostic methods allowing high sensitivity and high compactness needed for fast and reliable detection of infectious and autoimmune diseases . PoC BoSens is a transnational project that contributes to the development of a portable device based on an array of high sensitive photonic microresonators.

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OmniConnect

Image Teaser - OmniConnect / Research News
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Radar and passive tags can be combined to locate and connect objects in everyday life or even objects and people moving in interior contexts. The researchers on the OmniConnect project are using so-called secondary radar to share not only data about the location and movement of an object, but also additional information that can be used to connect the objects in a virtual network.

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Position II

ECSEL Joint Undertaking

Position II - ECSEL Joint Undertaking

Within the framework of the EU Position II project, 45 European companies and research institutions are working under the coordination of Phillips to integrate medical technology applications even better into digital processes through "smart" electronics.

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SaltEtch

The SaltEtch project is giving life to an innovative system for glass etching by molten salt, raising the bar for process flexibility and production precision when compared to current technologies.

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Sens4Bee

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© Micro-Sensys GmbH

Sens4Bee – Monitoring colony health with RFID sensors capturing data in beehives and on individual bees.

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SiCmodul

Embedded silicon carbide - teaser
© Fraunhofer IZM | Volker Mai
Embedded silicon carbide on the way towards series production in electromobility

Silicon carbide semiconductors, packaged for high-temperature applications, have the potential to increase switching frequencies and output substantially in future power electronics, while making them less susceptible to failure.

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Silicon Photonics Enabling Exascale Data Networks

SPeeD

Projekt - SPeeD image ohne Beschriftung
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As part of SPEED, two types of 400Gb/s transceivers are being designed on silicon ICs to serve applications both between and within data centres.

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Textile Prototyping Lab

TPL

Textile Prototyping Lab
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The Textile Prototyping Lab is Germany’s first and premier open lab for high-tech textiles. With its complete prototyping infrastructure and competent interdisciplinary team, the TPL is the perfect place for sophisticated and complex textile projects.

Founded as a shared research initiative of five organizations dedicated to textile and electronics research, design, and modern business, the Textile Prototyping Lab considers itself an open, agile, and interdisciplinary space for textile prototyping. Its mission and principle is: open innovation.

As part of the project, Fraunhofer IZM developed and established a modular pop-up lab for prototyping e-textiles.

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Moore4Medical

teaser Moore4Medicals
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EU-funded project for the development of a toolbox technology platform for faster, more economical, and more impactful medical technology

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HiBord

HiBord
© Fraunhofer IZM | Volker Mai

The HiBord project is exploring novel vehicle wiring topologies for use in highly or fully autonomous vehicles.

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KameRad

KameRad
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The highly integrated camera-plus-radar module allows sensor systems to adapt flexibly to conditions for autonomous vehicles on the road and beyond.

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Condition Monitoring for Wind Turbines

AMWind

Projekt Am Wind: Zustandsüberwachung für Windkraftanlagen | Foto: H&M Ingenieurbüro GmbH&Co. KG
© H&M Ingenieurbüro GmbH&Co. KG

Making power electronics more reliable used to mean going back to the drawing board and optimizing materials, structures, and processes. For real reliability in regular operations, modern condition monitoring concepts are offering their operators a new choice.

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KorSikA

Skizze - Projekt KorSikA
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The KorSikA team is adding to our current understanding of the corrosion behaviour of power electronics in offshore wind farm applications, focusing in particular on sintered joints.

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