Recent Developments Of MEMS Based Infrared Light Sources, Optics And Detectors (Sensors Europe 2019)

Dr Martin Schädel, Director Of Business Unit MOEMS
CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik GmbH
Germany
 

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Presentation Summary

We report on recent results for miniaturized MEMS based infrared emitters, thermopile detectors and diffractive silicon optics. Details on processing technologies, measuring techniques and performance of the devices will be shown, as well as targets of ongoing research projects.

Speaker Biography (Martin Schädel)

Dr. Schädel studierte Technische Physik an der TU-Ilmenau. Diplom und Promotion absolvierte er 2006 bzw. 2011 in der Photovoltaikindustrie. Seit 2012 ist Dr. Schädel am CiS Forschungsinstitut in verschiedenen Themen und Positionen im Gebiet mikrooptischer Sensoren beschäftig. Seit 2019 leitet er das Geschäftsfeld MOEMS.
 
Dr. Schädel studied Technical Physics at TU-Ilmenau, Germany and hired at the Photovoltaic industry. For his doctorate he was involved with optical characterization and simulation on organic solar cells. Since 2012 Dr. Schädel is working at CiS research institute on different topics and in different positions within the field of optical micro sensors. Since 2019 he is director of the business unit MOEMS.

Company Profile (CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik GmbH)

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As a non-profit organization, CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik GmbH is an industry-oriented research institution focused on microsensors, microsystem technology and silicon detectors. Providing mainly application-oriented research and development, CiS serves industrial enterprises and the public sector alike. Built on more than 25 years of "competence in silicon", our expertise extends from research to development to series production.
Advanced research projects are undertaken, which contribute to innovations in the private and public sector. Recognition as a non-profit organization is the result of a successful R&D strategy focusing on the prompt and non-discriminatory application of project results.
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