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Center for Microtechnologies
About ZfM

Welcome at the Center for Microtechnologies

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a special research center at the Technische Universität Chemnitz. Our institute is active in the fields of advanced technologies for microelectronics, microsystems and silicon micromachining as well as nanotechnologies. The mission of the Center for Microtechnologies is to continue an excellent and interdisciplinary basic, application specific and close to industry research up to the fabrication of prototypes and early demonstration samples for our national and international partners.

Cooperation Center for Microtechnologies (ZfM) - Fraunhofer ENAS

Various joint research projects demonstrate the close and fruitful co-operation between the Center for Microtechnologies and Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS. The Fraunhofer ENAS has emerged from the Chemnitz Branch of the Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration (IZM) on July 1, 2008.

Smart Systems Campus

The Smart Systems Campus will create a pooled, dynamic network of microsystems expertise in the Chemnitz. It is located very close to the Technische Universität Chemnitz and the Fraunhofer Institutes.

Recent News

Seven Chemnitz Researchers Among Top 1 Percent Worldwide
Study from Stanford examined the publications included in the SCOPUS literature database since 1960 - Bibliometrics expert Prof. Dr. Michael Schreiber attests to the high quality of analysis.
Smartphone-Navigation fürs Gebäude entwickelt
Forscher der TU Chemnitz entwickeln Technologie zur nahtlosen Navigation von draußen ins Gebäude-Innere zur Marktreife
Sieben Chemnitzer Forscher unter den Top-1-Prozent weltweit
Studie aus Stanford untersuchte die seit 1960 in der Literatur-Datenbank SCOPUS enthaltenen Publikationen – Bibliometrie-Experte Prof. Dr. Michael Schreiber bescheinigt der Analyse eine hohe Qualität

Interesting Colloquia and Seminars    (ZfM, Physics and Chemistry Department)

27.01.2021 - 11:15-12:30Physikalisches Kolloquium, Thema: "Artificial magnetoception enabled by wearable magnetic field sensors"

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