Six European research partners, EPFL Lausanne, IBM Research Zurich, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Thales Research and Technology, University of Cambridge and AMO met in Aachen for a mutual information exchange about their latest research results within the European project Phase Change Switch. Already at a very early stage of the project the common information transfer was fruitful and enables a positive view to a successful project in future. [read more »]
This month AMO’s R&D foundry services joint ePIXfab – the European Silicon Photonics Alliance. The mission statement of ePIXfab is the promotion of silicon photonics science, technology and applications. ePIXfab represents the European silicon photonics community, organizes training activities, creates opportunities for collaborative research projects and defines technology road maps. It started as a technology broker for multi-project wafer (MPW) services in 2006, but has since evolved into an open alliance of European institutions and companies with currently 30 members.
AMO’s customized wafer run R&D services for silicon and silicon nitride photonics are now promoted via the ePIXfab platform and brought to a broader range of research and innovation partners.
Dr.-Ing. Georg Rademacher
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
„Space-division multiplexing: recent achievements and fundamental challenges“
Friday November 24, 2017
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AMO was part of the EU Graphene Flagship delegation at the Tallinn Digital Summit on September 29, 2017, where research results and key technological advances enabled by graphene and related materials were explained to European Heads of State and Government.
Using CMOS-compatible techniques, Flagship researchers from AMO have created photodetectors with a record-breaking bandwidth of 76 GHz, ideal for fast data communications.
MNE 2017 is the 43rd international conference on current trends in the area of research, fabrication and application in micro- and nanofabrication. AMO presented itself as prototyping service provider at the accompanying industrial exhibition this year. [read more »]
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.
AMO GmbH takes part in the H2020-project HIPERDIAS (HIgh throughPut LasER processing of DIamond And Silicon). Aim of this project is the demonstration of laser-based high throughput manufacturing based upon high power sub-1ps lasers with high repetition rate. [read more »]
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 »]