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    Reliable implants through standardized cleaning


    New publication in Micromachines from the Laboratory for Biomedical Microtechnology

    200,000 euros for research into sustainable energy


    The Eva Mayr-Stihl Foundation is funding a new Saltus! group at the University of Freiburg

    Innovation Challenge "Energy-efficient AI-System"


    Detection of atrial fibrilation by means of energy-efficient AI-based integrated circuits - Chair of Microelectronics and Hahn-Schickard awarded first place by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research

    Dr. M. Keller - Acting head of the Chair of Microelectronics from April 1st 2020


    With Prof. Dr. Manoli receiving the emeritus status in 2020, Dr. M. Keller was assigned the temporary position acting head of the Chair of Microelectronics on April 1st 2020.

    Patented connections for neuroimplants


    Successful invention at the Laboratory for Biomedical Microtechnology

    New at the Faculty


    Stefan J. Rupitsch, Professor for Electrical Instrumentation and Embedded Systems, Department of Microsystems Engineering - IMTEK

    DEEPER project


    New photonic technologies and tools to reveal the deep brain alterations underlying the origin of neurological and psychiatric diseases.

    Bernstein-CorTec Award


    Award winner Dr. Katharina Heining, IMTEK, Biomicrotechnology presents on February 16, 2021: "Detection and dynamics of epileptiform activity patterns".

    Contribution to green hydrogen technology: Hien Nguyen receives two prizes for her research on improved hydrogen fuel cells


    "Robert Mayr Prize" for young scientists of the University of Freiburg and second place in the ideas competition "Energy and Environment - My Idea for Tomorrow"

    Invited News & Views article for Nature Electronics


    H. Ceren Ates and Dr. Can Dincer were invited to write a News & Views for Nature Electronics, about “Wearable devices for the detection of COVID-19”.

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