Research

Substrate mode suppression for an InP MMIC process

FBH has developed an InP MMIC process in which epitaxial layers are transferred from comparably fragile InP wafers to robust Si host wafers. Implementing through-silicon vias and wafer thinning are straightforward parts of the procedure, this process is now available as standard module to suppress substrate modes at highest frequencies.

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Talents & Skilled Personnel

Recruiting and securing skilled personnel plays a vital role at the institute - FBH coordinates projects related to:

  • vocational orientation
  • apprenticeship
  • advanced vocational training

The FBH is also the central contact for the respective issues in the Photonics Cluster.

Academic Teaching

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at numerous universities and colleges - on a regional as well as national level

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