Since 2014, Dr. Daniel Dunker has been a project manager and researcher at LPKF Laser & Electronics evaluating a wide variety of new technologies for industrial application. For the past three years, he has been working with LPKF´s Laser Induced Deep Etching Technology. During this time, he has been responsible for process development and optimization and for the finding of new fields of interest for the technology, such as display production, microfluidics, shadow masks and packaging.
Daniel Dunker studied physics at the Technical University of Dortmund in the field of Spintronics and earned his doctorate degree doing research with a focus on Quantum Photonics and semiconductor nanostructures.
LPKF Laser & Electronics AG has been developing and producing material processing machines since 1976. LPKF systems are used in IC Packaging, Display manufacturing, PCB drilling and PCB assembly, medical and automotive applications and in the production of solar cells.
The basis for all laser systems is the wide-ranging knowledge of optics as well as drive and control technology, supplemented by our own software and expertise in high-end mechanical engineering.
With more than 670 employees at its headquarters in Garbsen near Hanover and at locations in Europe, Asia and North America, the company has a broad global presence.