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  • Sensors and Sensor Systems / 2020

    Thin glass – multifunctional substrate

    November 11, 2020

    With the increasing processing of ever higher data rates, the quality of signal transmission must also improve. While optical signal transmission currently dominates for long transmission distances, a large part of signal transmission at circuit board level is still electrical.

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  • Semiconductor based Technologies / 2020

    Manufacturing technologies for 3 nm semiconductor technology

    November 09, 2020

    New manufacturing technologies must be developed for the next generation of highly integrated microelectronics. To this end, the European “PIN3S” project is working on processes for the production of ICs with lead spacing of only 3 nm.

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  • Mobility and Urbanization / 2020

    Direct current for production halls

    November 02, 2020

    The Fraunhofer Institutes IISB and IPA are involved in the design and testing of an intelligent DC power supply system for production plants.

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  • Semiconductor based Technologies / 2020

    Leading edge equipment for 5 nm technology

    October 26, 2020

    The continuing rapid development in the semiconductor industry also places special demands on the processes for structure transfer to silicon wafers – lithography.

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  • Smart and Healthy Living / 2020

    Realistic VR training for emergency staff

    October 26, 2020

    Fraunhofer EMFT and the Universität der Bundeswehr in Munich are developing a virtual reality system (VR) with olfactory components for the training of emergency and rescue staff.

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  • Energy Efficient Systems / 2020

    Robust converters for renewable energy plants

    October 19, 2020

    In the “power4re” project (Reliable converters for renewable energy supply), researchers are working on increasing the reliability and robustness of converters for wind power and photovoltaic plants.

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