Institute of Electronic and Sensor Materials

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The focus of the Institute of Electronic and Sensor Materials is on the interface and surface chemistry of materials used in electronics, chemical and biological sensing, and membrane technology. A wide range of surfaces of different materials is researched. The competences of the institute include the areas of material synthesis, coating technologies as well as the characterization of materials and functions, especially of nanoscale materials.

The Institute of Electronic and Sensor Materials belongs to the Faculty of Materials Science and Technology (Faculty 5). It was founded on March 1, 2007 and is located at Gustav-Zeuner-Strasse 3.

Institute director & professorship Electronic and Sensor Materials

Prof. Dr. rer.nat. Yvonne Joseph

Professorship Biomineralogy and Extreme Biomimetics

Prof. Dr. rer.nat.habil. Hermann Ehrlich

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Two young scientists at the measuring platform
The first test campaign of the ESF-funded RoBiMo project is currently underway. Young researchers are testing the current status of the robot-based water monitoring system on Saxon reservoirs and collecting data that will then be evaluated with a view to climate change development. … weiterlesen

Prof. Hermann Ehrlich looks at a piece of the new material.
Researchers at TU Bergakademie Freiberg developed an innovative material from a cultured marine sponge. When the fibers of the sponge react with a copper-containing ammonia solution, such as that found in the electronics industry, the mineral atacamite is formed. … weiterlesen

Test tubes with liquids and red gradients
The start-up "NaPaGen" will in future be able to produce high-purity precious metal nanoparticles with an innovative production system. This will produce inks of improved quality for inkjet printing of electronic components for smart systems as well as for vehicle and aircraft construction. … weiterlesen

Scientists testing the new measuring platform on a lake
Scientists of TU Freiberg have developed a robot which is able to measure water and environmental parameters on inland waters. Recently, the research group has been successfully testing the swimming device for the first time on a lake in the centre of the Saxon city. … weiterlesen

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