|Poster Award of XNPIG 2019 Goes to Dr. Ikematsu|
Dr. Katsumasa Ikematsu (KIT and Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan) received the Poster Award of the 5th XNPIG in Sendai (Japan) for his contribution on the improvement of the spatial resolution in X-ray phase imaging (Photo: LOC XNPIG2019).
|German Study Award 2019 for Dr. Kotz|
For his work on “Structuring of Glass at Room Temperature – Energy-saving Processes for Smart Glass” former IMT PhD student and researcher Dr. Frederik Kotz is honored with the German Study Award 2019 (Photo: Körber Foundation).More (in German)…
|High Efficiency Perovskite Solar Cells|
|Final Conference ISTEGIM of the European ITN MIGRATE|
The European ITN MIGRATE, located at IMT, organizes its final conference on thermal effects in gas flows in microscale ISTEGIM in Ettlingen near Karlsruhe in October 2019. Extended abstracts are welcome through www.istegim.eu.
|Vector Foundation funds the development of a liquid X-ray lens|
The foundation supports only about 8% of the applications and supports the innovative proposal even without the usual oral presentation. A liquid X-ray lens could be used in the white X-ray beam of a synchrotron source or a free-electron laser, since heating and damage to the lens are constantly cured.Liquid X-ray lens
|Teaching Award for Prof. Dr. Guber|
IMT researcher and head of the department “Microsystems for Life Sciences” Prof. Dr. Guber (in picture second from left) has been honored with the Teaching Award 2019 of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering for his interdisciplinary lecture series BioMEMS I to IV (Photo: KIT).More (video in German)…
|Award 2019 of “Südwestmetall” Goes to Dr. Kotz|
|Poster Prize of The POCT Symposium 2019 Goes to Dr. Mager|
IMT researcher Dr. Dario Mager has been awarded with the Best Poster Award of the 4th Munich POCT Symposium 2019 for his contribution “eLoaD - Centrifugal Microfluidics With Modular Embedded Systems for a Simplified Usability and Maintenance at the PoC“.
|Publication in npj|Flexible Electronics|
|Photovoltaics – Versatile in Form and Color|
Researchers and industrial partners develop printed perovskite solar modules for flexible use in buildings (Photo: IMT/KIT).More…