Covid-19 and its consequences have also left their mark on us. It goes without saying that the health of our staff and employees is particularly close to our hearts. However, in order to keep the desired scientific discourse going, we will continue to hold our lectures in the "Corolloquiums Edition" via Webex until further notice.

Of course, you can still send suggestions for invitations to the colloquium by mail (maria.illing@tu-ilmenau.de).

Maria Illing

You can find the access data for the web meetings on the intranet of the IMN MacroNano of the TU Ilmenau. If you are interested in participating but are not a member of the TU Ilmenau, please get in contact with us at the following address: maria.illing@tu-ilmenau.de

Lecture dates in the summer semester 2021

Date
Presenter
Title/Abstract

28.04.2021

Dr. Katja Tonisch, FG Technical Physics I, TU Ilmenau
Language of lecture: german

Research group MagSens - results and outlooks

05.05.2021

Dr. Christian Koch, Microchemicals
Language of lecture: english

Lithography

02.06.2021

Philip Schmidt, Chair of Microsystems Engineering, Ruhr-University Bochum

Mikromechanische Komponenten und Schaltungen für energieautarke Sensoren

16.06.2021

Prof. Katja Schenke-Layland, Director NMI Natural and Medical Sciences Institute at the University of Tübingen

Raman microspectroscopy and its application in regenerative and personalized medicine

30.06.2021

Dr. Julius Komma, ams Sensors Germany GmbH

ams Spectral Sensors Products and Challenges

07.07.2021

Prof. Lothar Spieß, FG Materials of Electrical Engineering, TU Ilmenau

Glow spectroscopy and X-ray fluorescence - complementary methods

14.07.2021

Dr. Ronny Stolz, IPHT Jena

From quantum sensors to quantum measurement instruments for geoscientific applications

04.08.2021

Prof. Artur Rydosz & Prof. Sławomir Gruszczyński from AGH University of Science and Technology Krakow

Glancing Angle Deposition of Thin Films" and "Microwave circuit design at AGH University

Of course, you can still send suggestions for invitations to the colloquium by e-mail.