The department of Technological Electronics works on the research and development of devices and methods in the field of optoelectronics and MEMS technology (micro-electronical-mechanical-systems), supplemented with extensive work in nanotechnology, thin film technology and technological method-development. The applications of lasers, Nanosensors and nano actuators can be found in ‘Personal Intelligent Systems’, energy-, information-, medical technique and pharmacology.
High-resolution nanoimprint technology, the use of focused ion beam (FIB) and plasma enhanced processes are used for the structuring of nanostructures at INA.
During the development of devices and structures, designs by numerical simulations of optical, electrical, mechanical, thermal or quantum mechanical properties are created and developed further.
The analytical equipment at the institute is employed for precise characterization of Nanostructures, optoelectronic devices and technological processes. The field of activity at INA covers the span from high-end technologies (EUVL, compound semiconductors, nanoimprint, plasma processing) to low-cost designs aimed at large area implementations. At this the relationship of scientific research with direct applications and industry cooperation is of particular importance for us.
- A Novel Optical Technology for Highly Sensitive Gas Sensors
- High Resolution 3D Nanoimprint Stamps and Nanoimprint Technologies
- Optical Sensor Arrays
- Micro Mirror Arrays for Large Area Applications
- Tunable Fabry-Pérot Filters
- Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser (VCSEL) for the UV Range
- Safe and reliable structures
- Photonic Crystals
- Nanostructures and Art
- Tunable Optical Sensor Array
- Development of shape specific polymeric nanoparticles and study of their dispersion and toxicology after pulmonary application in murine lung
- Development of novel Self-Aligned NanoShaping (SANS) Technique for Imprinting fully 3D shaped Micro- and Nanoparticles