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At the Chair of Sensor and Actuator Systems within the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at TU Berlin semiconductor and in particular CMOS-based sensors and actuators are developed. Within our research topics special emphasis is put on biomedical applications. In this context, e.g. arrays for biomolecule detection are developed as well as in-vivo and in-vitro platforms for interfacing purposes with nerve cells and neural tissue.

Europe-wide and on a national scale, we cooperate with academic and industrial partners from semiconductor technology and microelectronics, material sciences, bio physics and bio chemistry, biotechnology, medicine, and further disciplines within the framework of interdisciplinary projects.

Our activities are aiming at the design of sensors, manufacturing in collaboration with foundries and partners, assembly, design of interface circuitry, and application-oriented and user-friendly system integration. Test and transfer of the developed hardware to our partners are a mandatory part of our work as well.

Concerning education we contribute within the area of sensor and actuator systems and technology and related fields, we offer special in-depth courses as well as basic lectures.

News

Unfortunately, the office of the Chair of Sensor and Actuator Systems is currently not reachable.

In case of urgent requests with respect to the following topics, please directly contact  

Education, courses, and exams:

  • BSc course “Schaltungstechnik“, mndatory: MSc. Timo Lausen ()
  • BSc course “Halbleiter-Bauelemente“, mandatory: MSc. Norbert Herfurth (E-Mail)
  • BSc project, “Halbleiter-Bauelemente und Schaltungstechnik”, compulsary: Dipl.-Phys Anne Beyreuther ()
  • BSc course “Introduction to SPICE-based Circuit Simulation”, compulsary: MSc. Timo Lausen ()
  • MSc course “Smart Sensors and Actuators“: MSc. Niklas Boldt ()
  • MSc course “Measurement of Non-Electrical Quantities”: MSc. Niklas Boldt ()
  • MSC course “CMOS Biosensors“: MSc. Mathias Schulz ()
  • MSc course “Lab: Measurement of Non-Electrical Quantities”: MSc. Mathias Schulz ()
  • MSc course “Physik und Technologie der Halbleiter-Bauelemente“: Dr. Uwe Kerst ()
  • MSc course “Photovoltaik-Anlagen und Photovoltaik-Bauelemente: Messtechnik, Leistungsabgabe, Energieertrag“: Dr. Uwe Kerst ()
  • MSc course “Debug und Analyse von Halbleiterbauelementen“: Dr. Uwe Kerst ()
  • MSc course “Qualität und Zuverlässigkeit in der Halbleitertechnik“: Dr. Uwe Kerst ()

 

Industry internship: Prof. Roland Thewes ()

We ask you for your understanding that in the current situation individual requests outside to opening hours of the Internship Office (see website) will not be processed. In the case you cannot attend these opening times, please ask a person of your trust to handle your affairs and provide this person with a document revealing power of attorney and signed by yourself.  

 

Accounting issues etc.: Stefan Keil () und Andreas Eckert ()

IT issues: Dr. Norman Dodel ()

Research and third party funding projects:

  • Neurochip“, “DREPHOS“, “HLA“: Dr. Norman Dodel ()
  • Sepadielo“: Niklas Boldt ()
  • all further projects: Prof. Roland Thewes ()

 

All further topics: Prof. Roland Thewes ()

 

We thank you for your understanding.

 

Prof. Dr. Roland Thewes

Chair of Sensor and Actuator Systems, Faculty of EECS, TU Berlin, Germany

Dates

Monday, 08. October 2018

For the time being the secretary is absent.

Unfortunately, the office of the Chair of Sensor and Actuator Systems is currently not reachable.

 

In case of urgent requests with respect to the following topics, please directly contact  

 

- Education, courses, and exams:
   - BSc course “Schaltungstechnik“, mndatory: MSc. Timo Lausen (timo.lausen@tu-berlin.de)

   - BSc course “Halbleiter-Bauelemente“, mandatory: MSc. Norbert Herfurth (norbert.herfurth@tu-berlin.de)

   - BSc project, “Halbleiter-Bauelemente und Schaltungstechnik”, compulsary: Dipl.-Phys Anne Beyreuther (anne.beyreuther@tu-berlin.de) 

   - BSc course “Introduction to SPICE-based Circuit Simulation”, compulsary: MSc. Timo Lausen (timo.lausen@tu-berlin.de)

   - MSc course “Smart Sensors and Actuators“: MSc. Niklas Boldt (boldt@tu-berlin.de)

   - MSc course “Measurement of Non-Electrical Quantities”: MSc. Niklas Boldt (boldt@tu-berlin.de)

   - MSC course “CMOS Biosensors“: MSc. Mathias Schulz (mathias.schulz@tu-berlin.de)

   - MSc course “Lab: Measurement of Non-Electrical Quantities”: MSc. Mathias Schulz (mathias.schulz@tu-berlin.de)

   - MSc course “Physik und Technologie der Halbleiter-Bauelemente“: Dr. Uwe Kerst (kerst@tu-berlin.de)

   - MSc course “Photovoltaik-Anlagen und Photovoltaik-Bauelemente: Messtechnik, Leistungsabgabe, Energieertrag“

     Dr. Uwe Kerst (kerst@tu-berlin.de)

   - MSc course “Debug und Analyse von Halbleiterbauelementen“, Dr. Uwe Kerst (kerst@tu-berlin.de)

   - MSc course “Qualität und Zuverlässigkeit in der Halbleitertechnik“, Dr. Uwe Kerst (kerst@tu-berlin.de)

   - Industry internship: Prof. Roland Thewes (roland.thewes@tu-berlin.de)

     We ask you for your understanding that in the current situation individual requests outside to opening hours

     of the Internship Office (see website) will not be processed. In the case you cannot attend these opening times,

     please ask a person of your trust to handle your affairs and provide this person with a document revealing power of attorney

     and signed by yourself.  

 

- Accounting issues etc.: Stefan Keil (stefan.keil@tu-berlin.de) und Andreas Eckert (andreas.eckert@tu-berlin.de)

 

- IT issues: Dr. Norman Dodel (norman.dodel@tu-berlin.de)

 

- Research and third party funding projects:

   - “Neurochip“, “DREPHOS“, “HLA“: Dr. Norman Dodel (norman.dodel@tu-berlin.de)

   - “Sepadielo“: Niklas Boldt (boldt@tu-berlin.de)

   - all further projects: Prof. Roland Thewes (roland.thewes@tu-berlin.de)

 

- All further topics: Prof. Roland Thewes (roland.thewes@tu-berlin.de)

 

We thank you for your understanding.

 

Prof. Dr. Roland Thewes

Chair of Sensor and Actuator Systems, Faculty of EECS, TU Berlin, Germany
Introductory Events (1. Meeting) Winter Term
Course
Date
Room
Introduction to SPICE-based Circuit Simulation
15. October 2019
16 - 18
E-204
Lab: Measurement of Non-Electrical Quantities
16. October 2019
10 - 12
E-204
Smart Sensor and Actuators I+II
22. October 2019
10 - 12
E-204
CMOS Biosensors
22. October 2019
14 - 16
E-204
Semiconductor Devices and Circuit Design Project
10. October 2019
15 - 16
E-204

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