Dates

AnalytiX 2014

FBH presents new research results at AnalytiX 2014



Conference: 25.-28.04.2014 Dalian (China)


2.45 GHz Microplasma: More Potential than the Laser?

Prof. Dr. Ing. Holger Heuermann
FH Aachen



FBH seminar: 30.04.2014, 11:30-12:30 a.m.


... translating ideas into innovation

Welcome to the Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut fuer Hoechstfrequenztechnik!

hybrid-integrated diode laser modules for display technology

We research cutting-edge technologies in the fields of microwave technology and optoelectronics. For customers in industry and science we provide high-frequency devices and circuits for communication and sensor technology as well as high-power diode lasers for materials processing, laser technology, medical technology and high precision metrology.

As a competence center for III/V-compound semiconductors we operate industry-compatible and flexible clean room laboratories with 2"-4" gas phase epitaxy units and a 2"-4" process line.

News

Fernsehen der Zukunft: 3D-Technologie wird zum Holo-Deck

Die 3D-Technologie aus Kino und Fernsehen wird zu einem Hologramm weiter entwickelt. Komplexe Laser-Technologie wandelt Teile des Fernsehbildes in ein Hologramm um.



Source: Deutsche Mittelstandsnachrichten, 17.04.2014 (in German)


Laserchip macht Holografie-TV möglich

Deutsche Forscher entwickeln technische Basis für 3D-Fernsehen mit Lasertechnologie



Source: Scinexx, 16.04.2014 (in German)


Holografie für 3D-Fernsehen

Kooperation von LG und dem Ferdinand-Braun-Institut will Halbleiterlaser für Erzeugung räumlicher Bilder nutzen.



Source: Optik & Photonik, 16.04.2014 (in German)


Mittendrin – Laser für 3D-Fernsehen

Wer künftig vor dem Fernseher sitzt, dem begegnen die Helden der Filme zum Greifen nah, dreidimensional und mitten im Raum. Ganz ohne lästige Spezialbrille und mit besserer Schärfe und Tiefenwirkung, als dies bisher schon möglich ist.



Press release: 16.04.2014 (in German)


Reduced dislocation density – patterning of sapphire to fabricate templates for GaN/AlGaN epitaxy

Epitaxial growth of GaN/AlGaN layers for light emitters in the ultraviolet spectral range has increasingly attracted interest in recent years. To improve the internal quantum efficiency of such LEDs, epitaxial layers with reduced dislocation densities are required.  The FBH successfully fabricates patterned sapphire substrates and uses them for epitaxial lateral overgrowth (ELO), thus reducing strain and dislocation density in GaN/AlGaN layers.



FBH research: 08.04.2014


Erfolgreich in den Weltraum gestartet

Laserdioden aus Berlin sorgen auf Erkundungssatellit für reibungslose Kommunikation mit der Erde.



Source: Optik & Photonik, 07.04.2014 (in German)


Two FBH spin-offs exhibiting at Hannover Messe

Not one, but two spin-offs from Ferdinand-Braun-Institut exhibit current developments at this year's Hannover Messe (April 7-11, 2014) in the "tech transfer – Gateway2Innovation" area in hall 2, booth D07/4.



FBH news: 04.04.2014


Sentinel-1A successfully launched into space - with FBH diode lasers on board

On April 3, 2014 shortly after 11 p.m., the earth resources technology satellite Sentinel-1A successfully left for his mission in space - also aboard are space-qualified laser diode benches from the Ferdinand-Braun-Institut.



FBH news: 04.04.2014


Pan-European outreach project GoPhoton! to teach importance of photonics

As part of GoPhoton!, Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut für Höchstfrequenztechnik will organize girls’ photonics technology congresses to be held in the Science and Technology Park in Berlin-Adlershof.



Source: Laser Focus World, 27.03.2014


Girls'Day at FBH

Like any other year, FBH opened its doors for the Girls'Day. The girls learned from the institute's trainees and junior researchers about their world of employment.



FBH news:27.03.2014


Let there be light: GoPhoton! is ready for launch

The Pan European outreach project GoPhoton! aims to promote and raise awareness about the ubiquity and industrial and societal importance of the technologies enabled by Photonics.



FBH news: 27.03.2014


Improved simulation of surface gratings of higher Bragg order

The spectral emission width of semiconductor lasers can be significantly reduced from typically a few nanometers down to the femtometer scale by implementing Bragg gratings into the resonator. These gratings can be realized cost-efficiently by etching V-shaped grooves into the semiconductor surface. However, their reflectivity could be predicted only insufficiently with simulations. Now, the FBH successfully expanded its simulation tools in a way that reflection spectra of V-shaped grooves can be calculated, too.



FBH research: 25.03.2014


Precision in mini format: new diode laser modules for Raman analytics and quantum sensors in space

The FBH presents selected diode laser modules at Laser Optics in Berlin from March, 18-20. These light sources include, among others, a diode laser for Raman spectroscopy emitting light alternatingly on two different wavelengths from one chip, thus significantly improving the detection limit of substances.



Press release: 17.03.2014 (in German)