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    Lab for MEMS Applications wolcomes two Humboldt fellows from China


    Dr. Jia Li will develop a new method for nucleic acid analysis in order to detect multiple DNA signatures in a hundred of thousands of single bacterial cells. Dr. Lili Liu will investigate the morphology in lithium-ion batteries...



    Wolfram Burgard to win AAAI Classic Paper award second time in a row

    Better and Faster Diagnosis of Diseases


    Microsystems engineer Can Dincer wins the second prize at Gips-Schüle young scientist competition

    When life sciences become data sciences


    The University of Freiburg offers Europe-wide infrastructure and service in Bioinformatics

    Two Papers published in Optics Express


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

    Personalized antibiotic treatment


    Researchers from Freiburg have developed a sensor platform that quantifies antibiotics in human blood within minutes

    MicRO Alliance Workshop 2016


    This year’s Annual MicRO Alliance Workshop is organized and hosted by the Department of Micro Engineering of Kyoto University and will take place on Nov. 7/8 in Kyoto.

    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...

    NAMIS International Autumn School: M.Sc. Simon Kretschmer got the best poster award


    M.Sc. Simon Kretschmer was awarded for the best poster during this year's International Autumn School of the NAMIS research network

    New Dean Prof. Dr. Oliver Paul


    On October 1st, 2016, Prof. Dr. Oliver Paul, Chair of Microsystems Materials, will become Dean of the Faculty of Engineering. He takes over the office from his precursor Prof. Dr. Georg Lausen, Department of Computer Science.

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