Micro- and Nano Electronics


Institutes with main emphasis on Micro- and Nanoelectronics:

Technology of Oxide Electronics - Professorin Dittmann (FZ Jülich)

Integrated Digital Systems and Circuit Design - Professor Gemmeke

Electromagnetic Theory - Professor Jungemann

Semiconductor Electronics - Professor Knoch

Electronic Devices - Professor Lemme

Navigation - Professor Meurer (DLR)

Electronic Materials I: Professor Schnakenberg

Materials in Electrical Engineering I - Professor Ingebrandt

Photovoltaics - Professor Rau (FZ Jülich)

Compound Semiconductor Technology - Professor Vescan

Compound Semiconductor Technology - Professor Heuken (Aixtron)

Electronic Materials II: Electronic Materials Research Laboratory - Professor Waser

Integrated Photonics - Professor Witzens

Neuroelectronic Interfaces – Professorin Santoro (FZ Jülich) [Webseite folgt]

Neuromorphic Compute Nodes – Professor Strachan (FZ Jülich) [Webseite folgt]

Neuromorphic Software Ecosystems – Professor Neftci (FZ Jülich) [Webseite folgt]


Institutes that also focus on Micro- and Nanoelectronics:

Integrated Analog Circuits and RF Systems - Professor Heinen

High Frequency Electronics - Professor Negra



Master Study Program


This Master Study Program is closely related to the research area and offers the opportunity to specialize in Micro- and Nanoelectronics:

Micro- and Nanoelectronics


External and Interdisciplinary Research Organizations

The AMO GmbH (Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mikro- und Optoelektronik mbH) is affiliated to these research activities. There are also close connections to the Forschungszentrum Jülich (Jülich Research Center), as several of the above listed scientists are members of JARA-FIT (= Fundamentals of Future Information Technology) .

The department manages the Central Lab for Micro- and Nanotechnology (CMNT) in close cooperation with the Physics Department of RWTH Aachen.