AMO is partner of PlasmoniAC, an EU-funded project that aims at realizing a radically new circuit-technology for neuromorphic computing based on plasmons.
The FET-OPEN project POSEIDON had its kick-off meeting on January, 23-24, 2020 in Aachen, Germany, in the facilities of AMO GmbH. POSEIDON is a project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, which aims at developing a radically new bottom-up approach for integrated light sources for silicon photonics. [read more »]
Max Lemme is the protagonist of a short video produced by Arte for series Verknüpft (Linked). Using a simple and vivid language, the video explores the connection between a common pencil and a self-driving car. That connection is graphene – or better nanotechnology based on graphene, like the one developed by Lemme’s group at AMO and RWTH.
AMO has grown consistently in the past three years, gaining new people, new projects, and new inputs. On December 4, 2019, it has taken a pause to look back to these developments and to look forward to the future. All members of AMO and of the Chair of Electronic Devices (ELD) have met in Kasteel Vaalsbroek (Vaals, NL) for a one-day workshop to discuss the mission, the vision and the values of AMO. [read more »]
All partners of the ORIGNEAL project have met in Wien for a kick-off meeting at TU Wien on November 27-28, 2019.
The Zuse community continues growing. The Association of Non-Profit Industrial Research Institutes has affiliated as its 74th member the Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mikro- und Optoelektronik GmbH (AMO) from Aachen. AMO is active in the research and development of new technologies such as nano- and optoelectronics. During the membership ceremony that took place yesterday in Aachen, the participants were all very pleased with the development. [read more »]
This autumn AMO has completely converted its small but fine fleet to electromobility. [read more »]
ULISSES is a European research project developing small, low-power and networked gas sensors. The goal is to develop a dense mesh of mobile, miniaturized sensors that will report air quality in real time, enabling people to make informed decisions and, in the long run, to improve air quality.
Experts from all over Europe gathered in Aachen to discuss the challenges of wafer-scale integration of 2D materials, in a workshop organized by AMO and the Aachen Graphene & 2D Materials Center.
Dr. Assaf Ya’akobovitz from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (Israel) has been the speaker of the Aachen Graphene-Flagship Seminar on November 6th, 2019.