The smallest micropump of the world

Just in time for the COMPAMED trade fair in Düsseldorf, Germany, the scientists at Fraunhofer EMFT have implemented a powerful, extremely miniaturized micropump. The tiny pump made of silicon measures mere 5mm x 5mm x 0,6mm and shall in the future enable low-cost disposables for medical technology, for example.

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The recently funded ENIAC project THINGS2DO (Abbreviation for: „Thin but great Silicon to Design Objects“) aims to establish a sustainable ecosystem for the realization of such semiconductor components in Europe. The project will allow small and medium-sized companies as well as industry and research to combine, integrate and produce IP-components and system solutions based on advanced 28nm FDSOI Technology.

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Transistors with high-frequency capability

The fundamental idea of the MST Bayern project HRFET is to develop FET transistors which can be used in the GHz range and are extremely low-noise.

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5. Microsystems Technology Symposium Landshut


March 9 - 10, 2016 


"From miniaturised electronics to an intelligent system"

Smart Systems Integration 2016


March 9 - 10, 2016 

Fraunhofer EMFT Annual Event


March 15, 2016


Future matters – Materials in Microelectronics


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