Leibniz Application Laboratory Microwave Technology, Optoelectronics and Solid State Electronics - MiTOS
A quick transfer of research results into products, processes and services is contributing essentially to the competitiveness of enterprises. Leibniz institutes like the Ferdinand-Braun-Institut are worldwide leaders in many high technology areas and support such activities by industry-oriented research and technology transfer. With MiTOS, the Leibniz Application Laboratory “Microwave Technology, Optoelectronics and Solid State Electronics”, FBH has created in cooperation with the Paul Drude Institute for Solid State Electronics (PDI) an active interface between industry and science to transfer research results into demand-oriented experimental models and demonstrators.
MiTOS acts as a central contact point for companies, universities and institutes and provides extensive support for product and process development due to unique research and technology competencies and state-of-the-art laboratory equipment of the research institutes. A team of engineers and natural scientists helps to advance the research know-how with practice-oriented applications.
The application team
- provides modern laboratory equipment as well as state-of the-art technology, methods and developments,
- demonstrates feasibility by developing product models,
- supports and advises, in particular, small and medium-sized companies during product development and
- presents future technologies.
On a transregional level MiTOS cooperates with further Leibniz Application Laboratories and thus offers a wide range of research topics to support technology developments.