In cooperation with RWTH Aachen University and the University of Pisa, researchers from AMO realized the world first microwave power detector based on metal-insulator-graphene (MIG) diodes, which is able to perform power detection for frequency up to 50 GHz.
July 24 was the starting date for the Aachen Graphene & 2D-Materials Center, a joint research center of RWTH Aachen University and AMO GmbH. [read more »]
Professor Max Lemme, managing director of AMO GmbH and Professor for Electronic Devices at RWTH Aachen University welcomes two distinguished international researchers at AMO GmbH: Professor Olof Engström from Chalmers University, Sweden and Professor Andrés Godoy Medina from University Granada, Spain. [read more »]
July 7 marks 20 years since AMICA, the technology lab of the non profit company AMO GmbH from Aachen started its research activities. We would like to take this opportunity to look back on a successful history and at the same time having a look into the future. [read more »]
The first integrated perovskite laser which has been fabricated by AMO in collaboration with IIT, Center for Nano Science and Technology, Milan has been published recently in Optics Express. It is the first lasing perovskite device which has been integrated on a high throughput silicon nitride photonic fabrication platform.
AMO GmbH presented itself as a strong partner and pathfinder for key enabling technologies at the joint exhibtion booth of the North Rhine-Westphalian cluster NMWP.NRW (NanoMicroMaterialsPhotonics.NRW e.V.). AMO takes part at EuroNanoForum for the second time. Further booth partners are CeNTech GmbH and Nanobay GmbH.
With a team of eight highly motivated and well trained colleagues AMO GmbH took part successfully at the first RWTH Campus run. The running event on June 2 led through the Campus Melaten area passing the AMO building directly. [read more »]
AMO GmbH is project partner within a new joint ZIM project named `Fiber-Chip-Coupling´. Project partners besides AMO are LightFab GmbH also located in Aachen as well as Aifotec AG from Meiningen.
Professor Deji Akinwande from the University of Texas-Austin is visiting AMO GmbH for one week. The goal of his visit is to initiate collaborations with AMO researchers and to learn more about the activities in Aachen in the area of new 2D materials.
With a wide-ranging conference presentation at this year‘s NIL Industrial Day in Berlin AMO GmbH gave a comprehensive overview of its current technology portfolio, its cleanroom infrastructure as well as its specific competences to interested third parties. The lecture offered an excellent overview of the whole foundry service portfolio to potential customers. In particular in the area of UV-NIL, AMO as a very experienced partner is able to offer its clients the whole process flow beginning with design up to master fabrication and the real imprint process. [read more »]