Yole & EMFT seminar, July 3-4

In their second joint MEMS Seminar in Munich, Yole Développement and Fraunhofer EMFT will focus on current challenges and trends in the field of sensor applications on the way to the "Next Big Thing".

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Energy for Smart Objects

Within the project “EnSO” (Energy for Smart Objects), 39 partners from eight countries cooperate to establish new solutions for an intelligent energy supply. The project partners aim to develop so-called AMES (Autonomous Micro Energy Sources). AMES combine several elements like energy harvesting, energy management and micro energy storage systems, ideally allowing for a lifelong operating period.

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Impedimetric CO2-sensor

A research team at Fraunhofer EMFT has developed a CO2 sensor based on an impedimetric measuring principle. The innovation is based on a new type of hybrid sensor layer, a combination of organic and anorganic material. The measurements delivered by the novel sensor show very promising results so far.

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Miniaturized degasser for mobile applications

The scientists at Fraunhofer EMFT have developed a self-sufficient micro degasser, capable of removing gas bubbles and dissolved gas from liquids. The heart of the degasser is a silicon micropump developed at Fraunhofer EMFT.

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Elektronic modules for future generations of mobile communication

Within the European joint project REFERENCE, innovative production processes shall be developed for novel high frequency (HF) technologies for electronic modules for future generations of mobile communication.

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News

 

SENSOR+TEST 2017

 

May 30 - Juni 1 in Nuremberg

 

The promising future of sensors in the Internet of Things

 

July 3 - 4, 2017 in Munich


The Yole Développement and Fraunhofer EMFT’s seminar.

 

360° tour


A virtual tour through laboratories and premises of Fraunhofer EMFT.

 

Annual Report 2015

 

Forum be-flexible

 

November 15-16 201, in Munich 

Contact

 

Fraunhofer EMFT

Hansastraße 27d
80686 Munich
Germany
Phone +49 89 54759-0
Fax +49 89 54759-100

E-mail: contact@emft.fraunhofer.de