The FBH has fabricated micro-LEDs emitting in the UV spectral range. They can be densely packed to form high-resolution arrays. Coupled with a driver chip, individual illumination patterns can be generated, e.g., for rapid prototyping and mask-free photolithography.
Scientists from the FBH were honored last week with the "Big Laser Award" for the highest performance presented at the "International Semiconductor Laser Conference" (ISLC) in Japan. The award went to the paper "2 kW Pulse Power from Internal Wavelength Stabilized Diode Laser Bar for LiDAR Applications" by authors A. Knigge, N. Ammouri, H. Christopher, J. Glaab, A. Liero, J. Fricke, and H. Wenzel.
from 26 countries work for us.
do we have in our portfolio - both German and international.
are we currently working on - state funded & industrial contracts.
have evolved from FBH - the majority of these are still active today.
2000 m² rooms and laboratories
for state-of-the-art research with high-performance process technology.