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    Micro-optics receives the 2013 Rudolf Kingslake Medal


    Three members of the Gisela and Erwin Sick Laboratory for Micro-optics are recipients of the 2013 Rudolf Kingslake Medal and Prize awarded by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics.

    Optofluidic router featured in Nature Photonics


    A recent article in "Lab on a Chip" describing an optofluidic optical router developed by the Gisela and Erwin Sick Chair of Micro-optics in collaboration with CSIC in Barcelona, Spain, was featured as a "Research Highlight" by...

    The Eyes have it - New imaging concept attracts attention


    A recent article published by researchers from the Gisela and Erwin Sick Chair for Micro-optics  (“A miniaturized tunable imaging system inspired by the human eye,” Optics Letters, 38(20), 3991–3994, 2013.) was the subject...

    Lost in Translation - What ails Technology Transfer


    In a recent Commentary written for Nature (“Bridging the market gap,” 501, 483-485, 2013), Prof. Hans Zappe outlined his views concerning the problems facing technology transfer from the university laboratory to industry. Due to...

    The Future of Academic Publishing


    Public Panel Discussion on April 17, on the much-debated 'Open Access' Model

    CRC (Collaborative Research Centre) "Planar Optronic Systems" kick-off event


    With a well-attended kick-off event in Freiburg, the CRC (Collaborative Research Centre) “Planar Optronic Systems” was formally launched on January 31, 2013. Meeting at IMTEK, the 35 researchers involved in the CRC, from...

    Another Endowed Chair at IMTEK


    The Gisela and Erwin Sick Chair of Micro-Optics at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Freiburg to be established in 2013

    First Collaborative Research Center (SFB) at IMTEK


    Five laboratories of IMTEK contribute to the SFB/Transregio “Planar Optronic Systems,” which will be distributed among several locations. It will receive a total of 9.8 million euros. The German Research Foundation (DFG)...

    All Eyes on the Mantis Shrimp


    Scientists from the Department of Microsystems Engineering will illustrate the complicated optics of the eyes of the mantis shrimp in a presentation at the pet store Burkart on Monday, 30 July 2012.

    Successful conclusion of Phase I of the Priority Program "Active Micro-optics"


    The DFG-financed Priority Program "Active Micro-optics", coordinated by the Laboratory for Micro-optics, has concluded its first three-year research phase.

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