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13.10.2017 - 12:00

6th OCL-TP Workshop

On 30-31th October, the 6th International Workshop between the "Optical Communication Lab" and the Department "Technological Physics" took place under framework of long-term cooperation agreement between the Israel Institute of Technology and the University of Kassel.

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28.02.2016 - 16:54

Q.com article in the „Physik in unserer Zeit“

A recent open-access article by research partners from the BMBF Q.com Research Network project entitled "Sichere Kommunikation per Quantenrepeater" is published in "Physik in unserer Zeit", which reports on the current state and the main challenges in this field.

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12.12.2015 - 12:00

3rd OCL-TP Workshop

On 10-11th December, the 3rd International Workshop between the "Optical Communication Lab" and the Department "Technological Physics" took place under framework of long-term cooperation agreement between the Israel Institute of Technology and the University of Kassel.

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Project TMR-Tech

This project is a national cooperative project supported by the German Ministry of Eduction and Research (BMBF). The goal of the project is to exploit different applications of the tunnel magnetic resistance (TMR) effect, e.g., for magnetic field, current or pressure sensing.

Within the TMR-Tech project the INA group is a sub-contractor and is responsible for the simulation of deformation and stress distributions in new-types of pressure sensors. The TMR-effect is used as detecting mechanism to determine the stress value in local sensor elements on a membrane structure, which can be used as a very compact pressure detector. The goal is here to use finite element methods to simulate real stress sensor and membrane geometries to predict maximum sensor response signals depending on sensor position, geometry and material composition.

The BmBF project is a collaboration of the following partners:
 
(1) Infineon (coordinator of cooperation project )
(2) CAESAR (Bonn) / University of Kiel
(3) Siemens Erlangen
(4) INA, University of Kassel

The project is funded from July 2006 to June 2009.

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