The next big challenge in the field of graphene and 2D materials is the development of large-scale fabrication processes compatible with CMOS technology. This challenge will be the topic of a workshop organized in Aachen by AMO GmbH and RWTH Aachen University, on November 12-13, 2019. [read more »]
Graphene enables the world’s smallest accelerometer, pointing to a new era in wearable sensor technology
In what could be a breakthrough for body sensor and navigation technologies, AMO and a team of Swedish scientists have developed the smallest accelerometer yet reported, exploiting the unique mechanical and conducting properties of graphene.
Novel perovskite semiconductors promise photonic circuits, which can potentially trigger a technological revolution. In the new research project “PerovsKET – Improving the microstructure of perovskites via thermal nanoimprint as key technology for large scale perovskite optoelectronics”. AMO GmbH from Aachen, a team of the Bergische Universität Wuppertal (BUW, chair for electronic devices) and NB Technologies seated in Bonn are researching important basic technologies to combine the perovskite photonics with the world of silicon electronics. The project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) 2014-2020 and by the federal state North Rhine Westphalia for a duration of 3 years with a total budget of 1.5 Mio€. [read more »]
New generation of proton transfer membranes for regenerative energy systems
AMO and ZBT just launched the project PROTONLY. The project‘s aim is the development of a new type of membrane for regenerative energy systems including transducers & storage utilizing 2D materials. [read more »]
Plasmonically enhanced photocatalysis for generating solar fuels
AMO, ZBT, IUTA, Temicon and NB Technologies started the project HyperSol. The project addresses the climate change resulting from CO2. [read more »]
Jose Pozo, CTO of EPIC – the European Photonics Industry Consortium – talked to Prof. Max Lemme, CEO of AMO GmbH, Aachen and Chair of Electronic Devices at RWTH Aachen University where he researches on graphene and related materials and their application in electronics, photonics and sensors. [read more »]
The latest issue of the scientific journal Nature Materials focusses on the current status of large-scale graphene production. Mastering the large scale production of graphene and its integration into electronic devices is currently major roadblock towards the commercial success of this novel material. [read more »]
Piotr Cegielski successfully defended his PhD thesis with distinction on May 16, 2019. Congratulations!
Within his dissertation “Development of Integrated Perovskite Lasers for Dielectric Photonic Circuits”, Piotr Cegielski has demonstrated the first metal-halide perovskite micro lasers monolithically integrated into silicon nitride photonic circuits (PICs). [read more »]
EU Project PLASMOfab Successfully Completed
May 2019 – The research project PLASMOfab funded by the EU innovation program Horizon 2020 has been successfully completed to enable mass manufacturing of high-performance plasmo-photonic components. Launched in 2016, the project has brought together leading industrial partners and top-ranked academic and research institutes in the photonic integrated circuit (PIC) and opto-electronics value chain, including AMO GmbH.
On the occasion of the 5th anniversary of Johannes-Rau-Forschungsgemeinschaft (JRF) AMO GmbH presented itself as a founding member to the interested public from science, society, economy and politics.