11. - 12.04.2018
Smart Systems Integration 2018
International Conference and Exhibition


Smart Systems Integration 2018
Short biographies of Speakers and Presenters

M.Sc. Jan Albrecht
Fraunhofer-Institut für Elektronische Nanosysteme, Chemnitz, Deutschland
Jan Albrecht studied vehicle construction at TU Bergakademie Freiberg and got his master's degree in 2013. Since 2013 he is working as scientific assistant at Fraunhofer ENAS within the department of micro materials. His research work aims on material characterization and simulation with special focus on fracture and damage mechanics.
Herr Jörg Amelung
Jörg Amelung
Research Fab Microelectronics Germany FMD, Berlin, Deutschland
Jörg Amelung received his diploma in physics from the University of Duisburg, Germany, in 1993. In the same year, he joined the Fraunhofer Society in the field microsystem sensor technology. Since 1999 he was responsible for the OLED activities and the COMEDD (Center for Organic Materials and Electronic Devices Dresden) inside the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems IPMS in Dresden, Germany. In 2009 he founded LEDON OLED Lighting, a joint venture of Zumtobel and the Fraunhofer Society, and was the General Manager of the company. Following in 2013/2014 Joerg Amelung joined the Tridonic headquarter, a dependent company of the Zumtobel Group, in Dornbirn, Austria and acted as Program-Manager for all developments in the application fields office and education. Since April 2017 he is responsible for the new founded Research Fab Microelectronics Germany, a cooperation between the Fraunhofer Society and the Leibniz Society.
Prof. Dr. rer. nat Uwe Aßmann
Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden, Deutschland
Dr. Larraitz Añorga
Dr. Larraitz Añorga
Fundacion Cidetec, San Sebastian, Spanien
Dr. Larraitz Añorga, the Head of the Sensors Unit at CIDETEC, hold her Ph.D by the University of Navarra in 2010. In the same year, she became the Head of the R&D Unit at BIOLAN, an SME focused on the development and commercialization of sensors for food industry, and in 2011, she joined CIDETEC. Her main research interests include the development of printed sensors with applications in clinical, environmental, agrifood and automotive industries. Currently she is member of the Organic Electronic Association, member of the Smart System Integration Scientific Committee, member of the IMEKOFOODS Scientific Committee and is managing several EU and national projects targeting industrial applications.
Dr. Sahib Babaee Tooski
Azad University, Malayer, Iran
I studied undergraduate physics at the Trabiat Moallem University of Tehran, where I obtained bachelor title in theoretical solid state physics (1999-2004). Three years later, in 2007, I completed graduates studies in physics at Amirkabir University of Technology (AUT). After graduation, since I was familiar with various theoretical modelling, I could award several competitive fellowships from the Iranian Nanotechnology Intuitive Council and the AUT (2007-2010). I engaged at Polish Academy of Sciences in 2010 for three years as early stage researcher within Marie Curie fellowship. At the same time I passed entrance exam and became PhD student. I had also this opportunity to participate in all courses according the PhD program as well as in training within meeting of Marie Curie Network NanoCTM. Now I work as researcher in Iran Elite Young Researcher Club.
Matteo Balderacchi
ValorItalia Spa, Roma, Italien
Matteo Balderacchi is agriculturist freelancer. He collaborated with the environmental chemistry institute of Università Cattolica for more than 10 years in the field of environmental modelling. He is collaborating with Valoritalia SRL within the H2020 IoT project named IOF2020, he is coordinating the Enhanced-certification-system use case in which Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are used in the winery.
Ing. Angela Baracu
National Institute for Research and Development in Microtechn., Bucharest, Rumänien
Baracu Angela - Mihaela - PhD student in Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology at the “Politechnica” University of Bucharest, received the MSc (2013) in Microsystems from the same University. She works in the Laboratory of Simulation, Modelling and Computer Aided Design as a Scientific Researcher. She’s main field of scientific interests is micro-nanofabrication including MEMS devices design and manufacturing.
Jan Bickel
Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin, Berlin, Deutschland
Jan Bickel joined the HTW Berlin to study microsystem technology after a two-year physics study. In 2016, he graduated from the master's course in microsystem technology and now works as a research associate at HTW Berlin. His research focus is on the field of atmospheric plasma sources for use in thin film technology.
Herr Kay Bierzynski
M.Sc. Kay Bierzynski
Infineon Technologies AG, Neubiberg, Deutschland
Mr. Bierzynski has studied computer science from 2010 to 2015 at the Technical University Dresden in Germany. In this time he acquired a Bachelor and Master of Science degree. After that he started to work for Infineon Technologies AG as a PhD student in the area of machine learning in wireless sensor network. He holds this position until today.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans-Joachim Böhme
Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Dresden, Dresden, Deutschland
Herr Dr. Stefan Bosse
Dr. Stefan Bosse
Universität Bremen, Bremen, Deutschland
Stefan Bosse studied physics at the University of Bremen. He received a Doctoral Degree (Dr. rer. nat.) in physics in the year 2002 at the University of Bremen, and the post-doctoral degree (Habilitation) and the Venia Legndi in Computer Science in the year 2016 at the University of Bremen. He teaches several courses at the University of Bremen in fundamental computer science and in selected advanced topics. Since 2008 he conducts projects in the ISIS Sensorial Materials Scientific Centre pushing interdisciplinary research filling the gap between technology and computer sciences, and recently joining the ISIS council. He acts as a reviewer and a guest editor for several international journals, e.g., IEEE Sensors, ELSEVIER Mechatronics, MDPI Sensors, and is a member of international conference programme and organizing committees, e.g., SYSINT, MDPI ECSA, SASO DSS.
M.Sc. Simon Böttger
Technische Universität Chemnitz, Chemnitz, Deutschland
2008 - 2014 Master of Science (Physics), University of Technology Chemnitz2014 - now PhD student in Carbon Nano Devices group, Center for Microtechnologies, University of Technology Chemnitz
Frau Dr. Jamila Boudaden
Dr. Jamila Boudaden
Fraunhofer-Einrichtung für Mikrosysteme und Festkörper-Technologien EMFT, München, Deutschland
Jamila Boudaden received her PhD in Experimental Physics from the University of Basel in Switzerland. Since 2011 she has been working as scientific member of the Silicon Technologies and Devices division. She has experience in MEMS devices realization, like microphones, micro-pumps. Her current research is focused on designing sensitive materials for highly selective gas detection, developing and analyzing chemical sensors. He is currently preparing for "habilitation" at the Institute of Electronic and Sensor Materials, Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg, in the field of "Chemical and Biological Sensors based on hybrid organic-inorganic materials".
Prof. Dr. Carles Cané
Instituto de Microelectrónica de Barcelona IMB-CNM (CSIC), Bellaterra, Spanien
Carles Cané is PhD on Telecommunication Engineering since 1989. In 1990 he joined the National Microelectronics Centre in Spain (CNM-CSIC) as full time senior researcher and has been working on the development of CMOS technologies and also of mechanical and chemical sensors, MEMs and Microsystems. His current expertise is on the integration of sensors and electronics. He is expert on behalf of the Spanish Ministry of Competitiveness and Economy in the H2020 NMPB Program Committee of the European Commission. In the past he has also been involved in the Industrial Programs related to the MicroNanoelectronics like, Eurimus, Euripides, Eniac, Ecsel and also in the EPoSS European Technology Platform on Smart Systems.
Dr.-Ing. Maarten Cauwe
Imec Cmst, Zwijnaarde, Belgien
Dr. Maarten Cauwe (M) received a Degree in electronics engineering from Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium, and a Ph.D. degree from the Center for Microsystems Technology (CMST), imec and Ghent University. He is currently leading the Advanced Packaging Team at CMST, and is involved in several projects concerning substrate technologies, chip assembly, medical packaging, and chip embedding. His past research work was focused on component embedding in printed circuit boards, where he was involved from the first exploratory projects (Hiding Dies, 2004-2006) until the commercial industrialization of this technology in the frame of the HERMES project (2008-2011). He recently coordinated a project on this topic in cooperation with the European Space Agency (PCESA, 2014-2016). Other activities involve implantable packaging and flexible electronics.
Chien-Ting Chen
I-Shou University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
I am a master degree student and come from ISU University, Taiwan.
Dr. Matthijn Dekkers
Solmates B.V., Enschede, Niederlande
Matthijn Dekkers is responsible for the research and development of thin film applications. Matthijn finished his PhD. in 2007 on transparent oxides deposited with Pulsed Laser Deposition He is the first author of many papers in which pulsed laser deposition plays an important role. As a co-founder of Solmates he is active in the company since 2006. Furthermore he is involved in the research on the integration of piezoelectric thin films into silicon technology.
Ms. Astrid Della Mea
M.Sc. Astrid Della Mea
Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Klagenfurt, Österreich
Astrid Della Mea received the B.Sc. in Systems Engineering and M.Sc. in Systems Design from the Carinthian University of Applied Sciences (CUAS) Villach Austria in 2011 and 2013 respectively. During her Masters she worked at "Kompetenzzentrum für Automobil- und Industrieelektronik" (KAI) in Villach in collaboration with Infineon Technologies AG in the field of Hardware-in-the-Loop verification of integrated circuits. After the Master's degree she worked for Infineon Technologies, KAI and NXP and joined the Sensors and Actuators research group at the Institute of Smart System Technologies, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria, and is working towards her Ph.D.
M.Sc. Özgü Dogan
Fraunhofer-Institut für Mikroelektronische Schaltungen und Systeme IMS, Duisburg, Deutschland
Özgü Dogan received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees from the Technical University of Berlin (TUB), Germany, in 2013 and 2015, respectively. She studied electrical engineering with a focus on microsystems and medical-electronic systems. From 2011 until 2015 she was a student assistant at the Department of High-Frequency and Semiconductor System Technologies at TUB. Since 2015 she is with Fraunhofer IMS and is working as PhD student in the field of advanced implant encapsulations.
Herr Marc Dreissigacker
M.Sc. Marc Dreissigacker
TU Berlin, Berlin, Deutschland
Marc Dreissigacker graduated from TU Berlin in 2017 with a degree in 'engineering' science (M.Sc.) with a focus on fluid-mechanics, as well as numerics and simulation.
Currently he is a research scientist at TU Berlin who works on process development and simulation in the area of Fan-Out Wafer and Fan-Out Panel Level Packaging.
Dipl.-Ing. Gabriela Dudnik
CSEM Centre Suisse d´Electronique et de Microtechnique SA, Neuchâtel, Schweiz
Gabriela Dudnik is a Senior R&D engineer working at CSEM. She received her degree in Argentina in 1996, where she first worked for several companies in South America in hardware and software design. In Switzerland she first worked for Olivetti, developing hardware of control systems. She joined CSEM in 2006, where she was in charge of the development of the wearable electronics and software for the FP7-EU PROETEX. She also worked for the ESA project LTMS-3, by co-designing a data-logger. She managed Nephron+, an ICT-enabled project to develop a Wearable Artificial Kidney Device. She designed a test bench for an insuline patch. She worked for the FP7-EU project Swan-iCare, a system for Wound Negative Pressure Therapy, in the development of the required electronic devices, driving the full process of certification making them ready for the medical trials with patients. She is currently in charge of the work package System Design for the H2020 INSPEX project.
M.Sc. Christine Dufour
Coventor Inc., Villebon sur Yvette, Frankreich
Christine Dufour is MEMS PDK Program Manager at Coventor since August 2016. Christine has more than 20 years of experience in the semiconductor industry, leading process design kit (PDK) development for BiCMOS and CMOS processes in several major semiconductor companies. Christine has also worked as a Product Manager in the RF design environment area. She is now collaborating with leading MEMS foundries and research institutes to develop innovative design platforms for MEMS design & integration with support for PDKs.
M.Sc. Matthias Eberl
Infineon Technologies AG, Neubiberg, Deutschland
Matthias Eberl received his Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Deggendorf Institute of Technology (DIT).He managed the Infineon Lab at the institute from 2012 to 2015. He mainly focuses research and development in thefield of low-power sensors for IoT. At the moment, he is pursuing his PhD at FAU, Erlangen (Germany) in the area of miniaturizedphotoacoustic gas sensing for industrial and automotive applications at Infineon AG.
Herr Eugen Ermantraut
M.Sc. Eugen Ermantraut
University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Deutschland
Mr. Ermantraut studied Microsystems Engineering at the University of Freiburg and finished his Master's degree with the focus on optics, circuits and systems as well as life science in 2012. For five years he has been working as a research associate at the Institute for Microintegration of the University of Stuttgart. His fields of expertise are laser patterning as well as laser-based additive metallization of different materials with emphasis on laser activation and metallization of ceramic substrates.
Ms. Lisa-Marie Faller
Dr. Lisa-Marie Faller
Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Klagenfurt, Österreich
Lisa-Marie Faller received the B.Sc. in Systems Engineering and M.Sc. in Systems Design from the Carinthian University of Applied Sciences (CUAS) Villach Austria in 2011 and 2014 respectively. During her Masters she was with the integrated systems and circuits research group at CUAS working on the design of colour sensors fabricated in CMOS technology. She did her Master thesis on advanced process control of an electrochemical deposition process for semiconductor fabrication. In 2014 she joined the Sensors and Actuators at the Institute of Smart System Technologies, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria, with focus on robust design and statistical signal processing. As research and teaching assistant she is working towards her Ph.D. on an inkjet-printed capacitive sensing system for a MEMS micro-mirror as part of an infrared-spectrometer.
Ms. Shifa Felemban
M.Sc. Shifa Felemban
University College Cork Tyndall National Institute, Cork, Irland
Shifa Felemban. P.hD.student . Senseng and Separation Group. Chemistry Department and Life Science Interface Group, Tyndall National Institute. University Collage Cork. Cork, Ireland
M.Eng. Bogdan Firtat
National Institute for Research and Development in Microtechn., Bucharest, Rumänien
Bogdan Firtat is a Scientific Researcher at IMT-Bucharest. He started his activity in academic research 17 years ago. Bogdan graduated in Electronics and Telecommunications, at "Politehnica" University of Bucharest, he holds a Master degree in Quality and Reliability Engineering and he is a PhD student on Microsystems. He has over 15 years of experience in micro/nano systems design, simulation and modelling for mechanical, chemical and biological microsensors. FEM microfluidic modelling is also a strong point in his resume. His scientific activities reflect in over 25 published papers, in journals and conference proceedings, he was appointed as an expert for the EC and he is acting as reviewer for several journals in the field.
Julie Foucault
CEA-Léti, Grenoble Cedex 9, Frankreich
Herr Dr. Klaus Funk
Dr. Klaus Funk
Zentrum Digitalisierung Bayern, Garching b. München, Deutschland
Dr. Klaus Funk got his PhD in Electrical Engineering at the University of Stuttgart back in 1984. For more than 15 Years Dr. Funk held various leading position in the equipment industry for semiconductor manufacturing and 6 years in semiconductor device manufacturing. During that time, he concentrated on the interface between R&D and Engineering on one side and the strategic marketing and innovation management on the other side. For 4 years Klaus Funk represented the "Spitzencluster" MicroTEC Südwest in Stuttgart. Since 2016 he is coordinating the smart production platform (Digitale Produktion) within the Zentrum Digitalisierung.Bayern (ZD.B) and builds up the twin-platform Digital Production and Engineering.
Frau Lena Goullon
Dipl.-Ing. Lena Goullon
Fraunhofer-Institut für Zuverlässigkeit und Mikrointegration IZM, Berlin, Deutschland
Lena Goullon is research scientist and project manager at the Fraunhofer IZM. In 2012 she reveiced a M.S. (Dipl.-Ing.) in materials and technolgies from the technical University of Berlin, Germany. Since then she has been working in the field of interconnection technolgy as well as failure analysis for LEDs and optoelectronic components.
Herr Frederic Güth
M.Sc. Frederic Güth
TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Freiberg, Deutschland
Frederic Güth studied Electronic and Sensor Materials at TU Bergakademie Freiberg (Germany). After a research stay at the Georgia State University in Atlanta (USA) he graduated in 2014 and promptly joined the Institute of Electronic and Sensor Materials in Freiberg where he currently works on the development of chemical sensors for the Internet of Things within the ESF-funded project "ARIDuA".
Herr Daniel Hahn
Dipl.-Ing. Daniel Hahn
Fraunhofer-Institut für Zuverlässigkeit und Mikrointegration IZM, Berlin, Deutschland
Daniel Hahn is a scientist at the Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration IZM since February 2011. He studied electrical engineering at Technische Universität Berlin with focus on micro systems technology. His research interests are reliability aspects of electronic systems especially reliability of microsystem technologies and interaction of technologies within systems.
Dr.-Ing. Robert Hahn
Fraunhofer-Institut für Zuverlässigkeit und Mikrointegration IZM, Berlin, Deutschland
Robert Hahn is head of the micro energy group at Fraunhofer IZM in Berlin. He has taken over the coordination of several national and European research projects for the development of new batteries. Dr. Hahn has filed 30 patents in the area of micro energy systems and authored and co-authored more than 100 journal and conference publications as well as book chapters. His research focusses on the development of wafer integrated micro batteries, 3D silicon processing, and energy harvesting.
Dr. Régis Hamelin
Dr. Régis Hamelin
Blumorpho, Paris, Frankreich
Regis Hamelin has an engineering degree in material science and a PhD in Electronics from the University of Lille, he worked on semiconductor lasers in the optronic team of IEMN (1993). He worked 7 years in the optronic department of LETI as process engineer and program manager.In 2003, he co-founded Intexys Photonics, a start-up pioneering the active Optical Cable Market, enabling server to server optical interconnects in high end supercomputers. In 2010, Regis Hamelin joined Euripides, the Eureka cluster in Smart System, to work in the COWIN team, a support action of the FP7 to speed up commercialisation of technologies developed in the frame of Smart System calls. COWIN lead to the foundation of BLUMORPHO which he joined at the launch of the company in January 2015.Regis Hamelin is expert in innovation management with a focus on technology assessment from research to market.
Dr. Christian Hedayat
Fraunhofer ENAS - Einrichtung Elektronische Nanosysteme, Paderborn, Deutschland
Kathleen Heinrich
Fraunhofer-Institut für Elektronische Nanosysteme, Chemnitz, Deutschland
Kathleen Heinrich studied Chemistry at the University of Applied Science in Zittau and got her diploma in 2005. Three years later she submitted her thesis "Polymers with intrinsic microporosity ? membrane materials for the future?" and received her PhD in 2009. As a PostDoc she expanded her knowledge in the field of sol-gel chemistry. Since 2012 Kathleen Heinrich is working as a research scientist at the Fraunhofer ENAS. Here she is optimizing and integrating nanomaterials and functional systems for various technical applications.
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Christof Hielscher
X-FAB Semiconductor Foundries AG, Erfurt, Deutschland
Christof Hielscher is Design Support Engineer at X-FAB since receiving his diploma degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Applied Sciences Jena in 2008. His main focus is on implementing and verifying device models for X-FAB's CMOS & SOI processes among the supported EDA vendors. His contributions in funded projects such as MEMS2015 and RoMulus are aimed at adopting standards for MEMS design and modelling from the well automated procedures in IC domain.
Frau Dr. Christina Hirschl
Dr. Christina Hirschl
CTR Carinthian Tech Research AG, Villach, Österreich
Dr. Christina Hirschl is area manager at CTR Carinthian Tech Research AG, an Austrian industry-oriented research and development center for smart sensors and system integrations and works on different research topics of smart system integration and renewable energy. She studied physics at the University of Vienna and worked during her PhD at the investigation of chaotic properties of fluids. After the PhD she moved to industry and worked for Ruag Space as thermal engineer for several years. Since 2014 she became area manager for Smart Systems.
B.Eng. Alek Indra
Broadcom Limited, Singapore, Singapur
Alek Indra studied in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and received B.Eng degree in 2002. He started his career in Agilent Technologies as fiber optic transceiver R&D engineer and challenged himself to take different roles in the organization as product test engineer, application engineer and the latest role as product marketing engineer. He has deep technical and application knowledge for fiber optic transceiver product in networking, industrial control and power generation and distribution network.
Herr Guido Janßen
Dipl.-Ing. Guido Janßen
X-FAB Semiconductor Foundries AG, Erfurt, Deutschland
Guido Janßen holds a Diploma in Electrical Engineering from the University of Duisburg. His interests were in the field of device modeling for III/V-semiconductors and also fiber optical receivers in the Gigahertz range. Then he worked several years as analog designer and project manager for CMOS RF-circuits. Since 2010 Guido Janßen joined X-FAB Semiconductor Foundries AG in Erfurt/Germany where he works in the analog IP group of the Design Support department. Customer support for analog and in particular noise topics belongs to his tasks.
Mr. Mandar Kini
M.Sc. Mandar Kini
Technische Universität Chemnitz, Chemnitz, Deutschland
After sucessfully completing my masters degree in Micro and Nanosystems at TU-Chemnitz in 2015, I am working as a scientific employee at Center for Microtechnologies (ZfM) and pursuing a Ph.D. My main tasks are to develop processes and integrate CVD grown carbon nanotubes for various electronic and sensoric applications.
Dipl.-Wirt. Christoph Kögler
T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH, Dresden, Deutschland
Mr. Stepan Konakov
Stepan Konakov
Gyrooptics, Saint-Petersburg, Russische Föderation
Stepan Konakov, (born 1965) received the Dipl.-Ing. degree in Microsystem technology from Saint Petersburg State Polytechnic University in 2013. Since 2014 working as a Process Engineer in JSC "GYROOPTICS", Saint Petersburg, Russia. He is involved in the development of technology for silicon micromechanical sensors like accelerometer, gyroscopes and vacuum gauge. His current work is focused on design, simulation and production of complex microsystems combining phenomena of mechanics, gas dynamics, chemical kinetics, mass- and heat transfer.
Marcel Krenkel
Fraunhofer-Institut für Photonische Mikrosysteme (IPMS), Dresden, Deutschland
Marcel Krenkel studied electrical engineering with focus on microsystems and microelectronics at the Technical University Chemnitz, Germany. Since 2015 he works as a doctoral research scientist and project leader in the field of MEMS-based ultrasonic components at the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems, Dresden. His work is focused on the modelling and simulation of ultrasonic sensor and actuator systems.
Mr. Johannes Kripfgans
M.Sc. Johannes Kripfgans
Fraunhofer IZM, Berlin, Deutschland
Johannes Kripfgans is a research scientist and project manager at the Fraunhofer IZM. In 2014 he received a master degree (M.Sc.) in science of physics and engineering from the technical University of Berlin, Germany. Since then he has been working in the field of interconnection technologies as well as project manager for automitive applications.
Sanjeev Kumar
University College Cork Tyndall National Institute, Cork, Irland
I Sanjeev Kumar is a post graduate researcher. I am associated with wireless sensor networks group at Tyndall National Institute. I am working on the development of NFC antennas for IoT applications under supervison of Dr. John Buckley and Dr. Brendan O'Flynn.
Jhe-Wei Lai
I-Shou University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
I am a master degree student and come from ISU University, taiwan.
Christof Landesberger
Fraunhofer-Einrichtung für Mikrosysteme und Festkörper-Technologien EMFT, München, Deutschland
Christof Landesberger received the diploma degree in physics from Ludwig Maximilian Unisversity in Munich. He joined Fraunhofer Institute in Munich in 1990 and is now heading the research group "Thin Silicon" at Fraunhofer EMFT. He has been working in the field of ultra-thin silicon since more than 15 years and prepared more than 20 patent applications in the field of processing techniques for ultra-thin semiconductors. His current research topics are focussiing on packaging and hetero-integration technologies for thin and ultra thin semiconductor devices.
Dr. Jochen Langheim
STMicroelectronics SA / Chairman EURIPIDES, Paris, Frankreich
Ingolf Leidert
SPEKTRA Schwingungstechnik und Akustik GmbH Dresden, Dresden, Deutschland
Engineer communications engineering, 2000
System engineer @ AMD, Applications engineer & Product Manager @ Atmel, Product Manager @ SPEKTRA
Prof. Yen-Sheng Lin
I-Shou University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
I am currently a visitor of Gemeinschaftslabors für Elektronenmikroskopie (GFE) in Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule (RWTH), Aachen, Germany and a professor at the Electronic Department of I-Shou University, Taiwan. During 2000-2001, I had been an exchange PhD student about one year at RWTH, Aachen, Germany and received the PhD degree in 2001 from National Defense University in Taiwan. Electronic materials is my main research project, I currently focus on the growing of high quality TCO thin films, which made of ZnO, Al-doped ZnO (AZO), Ga-doped ZnO (GZO) and other oxide systems, and includes the design of growth process, the analysis of microstructures and optoelectronic, all the results will strongly enhance the application benefit in the flexible Touch Panel, Organic Light Emitting Diode, Sensor, Solar Cell and others optoelectronic devices. There are more than 300 journal and conference papers that I had published after PhD degree.
Dipl.-Ing. Jung-Yan Liu
I-Shou University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
I am a master degree student and come from ISU University, Taiwan.
Uwe Maaß
Fraunhofer-Institut für Zuverlässigkeit und Mikrointegration IZM, Berlin, Deutschland
Uwe Maaß studied Electrical Engineering at TU Berlin with a focus on RF engineering and semiconductor technology. He is currently with Fraunhofer IZM, working in the department of RF and smart sensor system design. His research interests include electrical characterization of packaging technologies up to Millimeter-wave frequencies and design of components for RF applications.
Herr Tuan Linh Mai
Dipl.-Ing. Tuan Linh Mai
Technische Universität Dresden Institut für Angewandte Informatik, Dresden, Deutschland
Tuan Linh Mai holds a Diploma in technology of information system. As a scientific researcher at the Chair for Technical Information Management Systems at Technische Universität Dresden, his main research focuses on the reconfiguration and adaptation of building automation systems. Mr. Mai has contributed to many German and international research projects and is author/co-author of several scientific publications.
Tim Marsden
Centre for Process Innovation, Stockton-on-tees, Grossbritannien
Tim Marsden is a Project Manager at CPI Innovation Services, a UK-based technology centre, part of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult. Tim has worked for CPI for over 2 years and holds a BA (Honours) Degree in International Business and German.Tim previously worked in project management for Siemens AG (Corporate Technology), ThermoFisher Scientific and also a UK-based trade Association.Tim currently works closely with larger companies in the FMCG and Life Sciences field, seeking to scale up and commercialise printed/hybrid electronics in this field
Dipl.-Phys. Christoph Meinecke
Technische Universität Chemnitz, Chemnitz, Deutschland
Christoph Meinecke studied physics in Leipzig and received the Dipl.-Phys. degree in 2003 and the PHD degree in Physics in 2011, both from University of Leipzig. He is currently a scientific researcher at the Center for Microtechnologies in Chemnitz, Germany. His research interests include fabrication technology and packaging of high aspect ratio microstructures, BioMEMS, design of inertial sensors and fabrication and integration of nanostructures.
M.Sc. Thorsten Meyers
Universität Paderborn, Paderborn, Deutschland
Thorsten Meyers received the B.Sc. degree (2011) and the M.Sc. degree (2014) in physics from the Paderborn University, Germany. He is currently working toward the Dr.-Ing. degree in electrical eng. at the Paderborn University, Germany. His current research interests include fabrication, characterization, modeling and reliability of organic based TFTs, as well as a complementary design employing (in)organic compounds for flexible and transparent electronics.
Herr Tobias Mitterer
Dipl.-Ing. Tobias Mitterer
Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Klagenfurt, Österreich
Tobias Mitterer received his B.Sc. in Network Egineering and M.Sc. in Communication Engineering from the Carinthian University of Applied Sciences CUAS Klagenfurt Austria in 2016 respectively. He did his Master thesis at the Fraunhofer IIS about the analysis of the LoRa protocol and an implementation of the LoRa protocol in a SDR (software defined radio). In 2017 he joined the sensors and actuators group at the University of Klagenfurt with focus on communication in sensor networks.
Dr. Christian Möller
Dr. rer. nat Christian Möller
CIS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik GmbH, Erfurt, Deutschland
2006-2011: academic studies (TU Ilmenau)
2011-2014: PhD thesis "Licht induzierte Defektkinetik in solar-grade Silizium"
since 2014: project leader of the division MOEMS at CiS Forschungsinstituts für Mikrosensorik
Dr. Eric Moore
University College Cork Tyndall National Institute, Cork, Irland
Dr Eric Moore has a PhD in Chemistry and has over seventeen years' experience in the development and application of chemical and biosensor technology. Dr Moore is a lecturer in Analytical Chemistry at University College Cork and is also a principle investigator at Tyndall National Institute. His current principle research activities are focused on developing integrated bio/sensor platforms based on smart system integration. He has a broad range of both chemistry and biochemistry skills with over 50 publications.