Published on Tue, 17 Mar 2015
cfead is presenting its research areas at the CeBIT fair 2015. Until Friday, 20 March you have the chance to visit us and get some information first-hand. You will find cfaed / ZIH shared booth at Hall 9, booth B18. Our experts are awaiting you!Take a look at the demonstrators and exhibits we have brouhgt to CeBIT:• HAECubie: Clustered Cubieboards – a demonstrator for HAECTU Dresden, Software- und Multimediatechnik (SMT), Systemarchitektur (SyA)• Color-tunable OLEDsTU Dresden, IAPP (Institut für Angewandte Photophysik)• Silicon nanowire-based (bio) sensingTU Dresden, Institute for Materials Science, Chair Materials Science and Nanotechnology• [48x48] IC for high-throughput samplingTU Dresden, Chair of Polymeric Microsystems• IC for long-term monitoringTU Dresden, Chair of Polymeric Microsystems• TopoChipTU Dresden, Chair of Polymeric Microsystems
Published on Thu, 12 Mar 2015
Since January 2015, Martin Elstner strengthens the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed) as the new Research Group Leader of the research group "Chemical Information Processing". Elstner gained his Ph.D. in the group of Professor Alexander Schiller at the Institute for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry at the Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena. His research focuses on the combination of molecular logic elements for the design of complex circuits. The new research group integrates into the Research Path E - Chemical Information Processing of the Cluster of Excellence.
Published on Fri, 27 Feb 2015
Find us at pg. 8/9 ;-)
Published on Thu, 26 Feb 2015
Similar to the last years, NaMLab invites to the Novel High-k Application Workshop on March 10th, 2015. New challenges offered by the application of high-k dielectric materials in micro– and nanoelectronics will be discussed by more than 80 participants from industry, research institutes and universities. NaMLab created with the workshop a stimulating European platform for application-oriented scientist to exchange ideas and discuss latest experimental results on MIM-capacitors, process technology, leakage & reliability as well as characterization of high-k dielectrics integrated in silicon based micro– and nanoelectronics.
Published on Fri, 30 Jan 2015
cfaed Research Group Leader Dr. Martin Claus was invited by the Purdue University (Indiana, USA) to give two lectures on his current research projects. These lectures took place in November, 2014 and were published now at nanohub.org. We invite you to watch (and share!) the full talks including video and presentation slides on the topics as follows:
Dr. Martin Claus is leading the Device Modeling Group for Emerging Electronics at cfaed.
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