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    A quick an accurate method to determine the characteristic material parameters of PDMS


    The lab for microactuators has published a new method to determine the Poisson’s ratio and the coefficient of thermal expansion of PDMS by using a thermal expansion and an optical surface profilometer.

    "Best Student Award" at ISOT 2018 for "Piezo-actuated adaptive Prisms"


    "Best Student Award" at the International Symposium on Optomechatronic Technology 2018 in Cancun (Mexico)

    Honey, I shrunk the coils


    IMTEK Start-up Voxalytic builds microcoils for the analysis of small samples - some day these parts could improve energy management in smartphones

    Wireless power transfer by means of acoustic waves


    The Group of Mikroaktuators has started to work in the field of ultrasonics with the goal of transferring power wirelessly by means of acoustic waves.

    Participation at "Actuator 18" Conference


    The laboratory of microactuators will have two contributions at the “Actuator 18” conference held in Bremen from 25th to 27th of June 2018.

    Novel tunable mirror for miniature mirror objectives


    The lab for micro actuators has published a novel type of varifocal mirror with aspherical aberration correction that enables new compact telefocus lenses, e.g. for mobile applications.

    Two Papers published in Optics Express


    The scientists from the Microactuators lab are happy to announce two recent publications in Optics Express.

    New Director: Prof. Dr. Ulrike Wallrabe


    On October 1st, 2016, Prof. Dr. Ulrike Wallrabe, Chair of Microactuators, will become the first female Director of the Department of Microsystems Engineering in its 20 years history. She takes over the office from his precursor...

    Innovation Award for Adaptive Lenses


    A novel concept for adaptive lenses by Matthias Wapler from the Laboratory for Microactuators presented at the ISOT 2014 has been recognized with the “Innovation in Optomechatronic Research Award”

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