One-Stop-Shop for the entire Micro- and Nanoelectronics Value Chain

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Microelectronics vs. Corona

Experts from the Research Fab Microelectronics Germany are helping to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Here you can find an overview.

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Digital Events and Webinars

Join the webinars and online events of the FMD-institutes and learn more about their comprehensive expertise along the entire value chain; from R&D services to applications and new technologies.

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Benefit from the largest cross-site R&D Cooperation for Micro- and Nanoelectronics in Europe

Our Range of Applications

Discover our application examples in the following areas:

Our Range of Technologies

Learn more about our broad technology knowledge:

 

Sensor Systems

Sensor design, fabrication, integration, characterization, and testing within systems.

 

Extended CMOS

Design, fabrication and system integration of CMOS circuits.

 

Microwave & Terahertz

Cutting-edge devices and circuits for frequencies up to and including the THz range.

 

Power Electronics

Design and fabrication of power electronic devices, including integration in modules and systems.

 

MEMS Actuators

Design and fabrication, as well as characterization, testing and system integration of MEMS actuators.

 

Optoelectronic Systems

Fully integrated optoelectronic systems for image acquisition and processing, and communication up to Tbit/s speed.

News from the FMD

Change in leadership FMD

Dr. Michael Galetzka assumes provisional leadership of the Research Fab Microelectronics Germany (FMD) starting 1 May 2020.

Infrastructure

Cleanroom Facilities

Discover our Germany-wide cleanroom facilites and technological highlights.

Application Example

LiDAR

The Research Fab Microelectronics Germany supports the (further) development of your LiDAR+ system!

Founders' Module

FMD-Space

The High-Tech-Incubator for Innovators & Start-ups.



For the modernization and extension of their equipment, the founding participants – eleven institutes of the Fraunhofer Group for Microelectronics as well as the Leibniz institutes FBH and IHP – receive around 350 million euros from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.