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Project Block A

Projektbereich A

A01 - Polymer-Hybrid Materials

 

Supervisor:

Prof. Rühe

Researcher:

Martin Körner

Duration:

2013-2016

Funded by:

DFG

Brief description:

Micro- and nanostructures in polymers can be fabricated with a high reproducibility by hot embossing. This is especially interesting for micro-optics. But the structures are often not stable enough: The edges become rounded even under low thermal stress and the shape is lost. This is even more difficult, if certain optical properties are to be adjusted through the addition of fillers. In this project hybrid materials will be developed to avoid such problems.

 

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A03 - Polymeroptical Sources and Sinks

 

Supervisor:

Prof. Kowalsky

Researcher:

Marko Čehovski

Duration:

2013-2016

Funded by:

DFG

Brief description:

This project focuses on the integration of active organic electronic devices on polymer waveguides. The goal is to realize a fully organic transmission system.

 

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A04 - Laser-active waveguides based on nanoparticle-doped polymers

 

Supervisor:

Prof. Chichkov

Researcher:

Kestutis Kurselis

Duration:

2013-2016

Funded by:

DFG

Brief description:

In this project, polymer-based optical elements, which can be used as laser-active components, will be developed. Optical active properties will be achieved through the homogenous embedding of various nanoparticles, including glass, crystalline, and rare-earth-based materials into the polymer matrix using pulsed laser ablation in liquids.

 

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A05 - Optodic Bonding and eutectic bonding of Silicon Photonics on Thin Flexible Interposers

 

Supervisor:

Prof. Overmeyer und Prof. Maier

Researcher:

Yixiao Wang und Sebastian Bengsch

Duration:

2013-2016

Funded by:

DFG

Brief description:

If you think about meters of thin film with thousands of embedded sensors that are able to measure temperature, pressure or humidity, you wonder how these sensors are embedded into a thin layer of film and how these sensors detect and communicate with the surrounding environment. In this part of our consortium SFB/TRR 123, we research efficient methods for embedding sensors into a thin film. We use two different contacting strategies: UV-curing adhesives and low temperature eutectic bonding.

 

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