Researchers from AMO GmbH, in collaboration with researchers from IMEC (Belgium) and CNIT (Italy), have recently demonstrated that graphene enables highly efficient on-chip electro-optical phase modulators.
The seventh NRW Nano-Conference has taken place in Münster for the first time from December 7 to 8, 2016. AMO was able to meet not only well known contacts but also new topics were discussed with success. [read more »]
Laureates from Aachen, Göttingen and Schwerin were honored in Laser Lab Göttingen on November 15
The network for product and process security with spectroscopic analytics (PPA) presented 6 different cooperation projects.
The project called “Kombination von Ionenmobilitäts- und SERS-Spektrometrie (KISS)” with its partners AMO GmbH (Aachen), AIRSENSE Analytics GmbH (Schwerin) and Laser-Laboratorium Göttingen was awarded first place.
In cooperation with TU Wien researchers from AMO realized the worldwide fastest graphene based photodetector. By demonstrating a -3 dB bandwidth of 65 GHz a new record level could be reached, pushing this technology closer to applications. [read more »]
The Graphene Flagship has achieved many significant and promising results and managed to engage well not only within academia but also with the industry. [read more »]
AMO was strongly represented at MNE 2016 in Vienna. With 3 posters, 2 lectures and a very well frequented exhibition booth AMO had the chance to get in touch with many interested visitors. AMO’s representatives were able to lead interesting and informative conversations, establish new research and business contacts or refresh old ones.
Nanotechnology (NT) is one of the key drivers for the technological progress particular in the fields of nanoelectronics as well as optics (photonics).
AMO GmbH contributed as an exhibitor on this year’s Biosensors in Göteborg for the first time. The aim was to enlarge the research focus on the promising field of biosensorics. [read more »]
The curatorship of the Johannes-Rau-Forschungsgemeinschaft (JRF) convened for its first session on the 22nd of June. Henceforth, it shall accompany the JRF in terms of scientific and strategic concerns as well as in terms of evaluating the associated institutes. For that purpose, the curatorship advises the general meeting and the management in all aspects of fundamental significance.
Researchers from AMO GmbH recently demonstrated a graphene based ultrathin and fully flexible Hall sensor device. The sensitivity is the highest for any flexible Hall sensor and competes with the established silicon based sensors. The demonstration at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona attracted wide interest from the industry around the world, because flexibility and minimum space requirement is essential for several emerging areas such as wearable electronics, electronic skin, highly integrated machines, robotics and prostheses. [read more »]