A consortium from industry and academia has been awarded €4.5M by the EU, UK and Switzerland to build a next-generation hardware platform for edge computing using nanomechanical relays. Computing at the edge of the network instead of transferring data to the cloud for processing can greatly improve efficiency, improve data security and reduce energy consumption. […]
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On March 1, 2023, Dr. Rijil Thomas has been promoted deputy head of the Nanophotonics Group at AMO. “I am very happy about this opportunity,” says Rijil, “as it allows me to dig into my passion for photonics and nanophotonics, and to explore future-looking directions such as quantum technologies and neuromorphic computing, where we have […]
Converting solar energy into chemical energy is something where plants excel, and technology still struggles. In the EU-funded project FreeHydroCells, AMO GmbH and partners aim to overcome the limitations of today’s approaches to synthetize hydrogen fuel by solar energy absorption. This could potentially represent a viable, and environmentally friendly alternative to fossil fuels. The sun […]
In order to consolidate and expand the existing microelectronic research and development in Germany regarding quantum and neuro-morphic computing, the FMD launched on December 1, 2022, a joint project together with four other Fraunhofer institutes, the Jülich Forschungszentrum and AMO GmbH: The Research Fab Microelectronics Germany — Module Quantum and Neuromorphic Com-puting (FMD-QNC). The German […]