The Ferdinand-Braun-Institut (FBH) presents current research results at the virtual ICULTA 2021. In particular, the reliability of UVB and UVC LEDs has been significantly improved – an important step towards their commercial use.
Press Releases 2021
ICULTA 2021 is getting closer – the forum for state-of-the art know-how and innovations in UV LED technologies and their multiple applications. From April 19 to 20, 2021, experts from all over the world will present and discuss latest results in UV LED development, irradiation systems based on UV LEDs as well as their use in industry and research.
Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, SweGaN AB, and University of Bristol are partnering in the European Space Agency funded Kassiopeia project. The teams join forces to develop high-performance Ka-band GaN MMICs.
The award is presented to a team of eleven authors from Germany, Poland and Lithuania - including five scientists from the Ferdinand-Braun-Institut.
Three years after the first successful ICULTA conference, the follow-up event will be held from April 19 to 20, 2021. Talks by internationally recognized speakers have already been confirmed. To participate with oral or poster/slide presentations, a one-page abstract should be submitted by February 15, 2021.
The Ferdinand-Braun-Institut (FBH) will present its research results targeting energy-efficient amplifier concepts as well as terahertz (THz) components and systems for broadband communication and imaging at the virtual "European Microwave Week" (EuMW). In addition to its conference contributions, FBH exhibits from January 12-14, 2021 at the joint booth of the "Research Fab Microelectronics Germany" (FMD) in exhibition hall 3 – with FBH scientists available for a virtual exchange.
The Ferdinand-Braun-Institut starts the year 2021 as an independent gGmbH and is no longer part of the Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. In the new corporate form, we believe that we have the opportunity to create the optimal environment for our application-oriented research. As a fast-growing institute, we need flexible structures that allow us to respond quickly and proactively to new requirements.