Our Members


3DMA

August-Rost-Straße 9
99310 Arnstadt / Thuringia

Phone: +49 3628 936 200
Email: entwicklung@3dma.de
Website: https://www.3dma.de

Contact Person
Matthias Vent
Email: entwicklung@3dma.de

3DMA

The core competence of 3DMA lies in the development & production of premium products (e.g. electrical devices, housings, modules & operable surfaces made of wood) consisting of a composite wood material in which sensors, circuit boards or displays and operating elements are integrated into wood. We offer design, prototype construction, individual single items and finished series in a manufactory. Current target markets are luxury jets, yachts and exclusive interior design for private and business use.


3DMA

August-Rost-Straße 9
99310 Arnstadt / Thüringen


3D-Micromac AG

Technologie-Campus 8
09126 Chemnitz, Germany

Phone: +49 371 40043-0
Fax: +49 371 40043-40
Email: info@3d-micromac.com
Website: http://www.3d-micromac.com/

Contact Person
Mandy Gebhardt
Email: gebhardt@3d-micromac.com

3D-Micromac AG

3D-Micromac is the leading specialist in laser micromachining. Our team of experts develop processes, machinery and complete systems at the highest technical and technological level. 3D-Micromac systems have been successfully implemented in various high-tech industries worldwide including photovoltaic, semiconductor, glass and display industries, micro diagnostics, and medical technology. Our target is to completely satisfy customer demands even on the most complex projects.

3D-Micromac adheres to high-performance and future-oriented processes at high production efficiency. Our technologies have set international standards for true innovation. Since we place great importance on continually expanding our know-how, we are diligent about keeping up with the latest research. On a daily basis, we combine recent results with our customers’ demands to realize them in practice.

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3D-Micromac AG

Technologie-Campus 8
09126 Chemnitz, Deutschland


ACCOMPLAST GmbH

An der Hopfendarre 2-4
09212 Limbach-Oberfrohna, Germany

Phone: +49 3722 6301-30
Fax: +49 3722 6301-50
Email: office@accomplast.de
Website: http://www.accomplast.de/

Contact Person
Andreas Pilih
Email: a.pilih@accomplast.de

ACCOMPLAST GmbH

ACCOMPLAST GmbH has become firmly established as an important supplier to the automotive and electronic markets as a result of its focus on reliability, individuality, high quality and innovation.

Our wide spectrum of technologies are based around plastic injection moulding (1K/2K) and include state-of-the-art surface finishing and fully automatic assembly systems.


ACCOMPLAST GmbH

An der Hopfendarre 2-4
09212 Limbach-Oberfrohna, Deutschland


Adenso GmbH

Am Weiher 3
OT Boxdorf/Dresden
01468 Moritzburg, Germany

Phone: +49 351 79 59 79 70
Fax: +49 351 79 59 79 770
Email: info@adenso.de
Website: http://www.adenso.de

Contact Person
Uwe Beier
Email: uwe.beier@adenso.de

Adenso GmbH

Advanced web processing solutions for optical multilayers, displays, FlexPV and various electronic applications for flexible electronics on plastic and flexible glass substrates.

As a service provider to industry, Adenso undertakes outsourcing projects in the development process, especially project planning and project management.


Adenso GmbH

Am Weiher 3
OT Boxdorf/Dresden
01468 Moritzburg, Germany


adSphere GmbH

Am Weiher 3
OT Boxdorf/Dresden
01468 Moritzburg, Germany

Phone: +49 351 795979760
Email: info@adsphere.de
Website: https://www.adsphere.solutions

Contact Person
Uwe Beier
Email: uwe.beier@adSphere.de

adSphere GmbH

adSphere technologies includes functional sensor layers,  substrate handling (R2R, R2S, R3D) as well as laminating, sealing and dicing technologies.
First products: adSphere.Controller (3d user interface)  and Flexglass.Sensor (temperature, pressure, bending, heating, RF antenna)


adSphere GmbH

Am Weiher 3
OT Boxdorf/Dresden
01468 Moritzburg, Germany


CreaPhys GmbH

Niedersedlitzer Str. 75
01257 Dresden, Germany

Phone: +49 351 407916 20
Fax: +49 351 407916 22
Email: info@creaphys.com
Website: http://www.creaphys.com/

Contact Person
Jens Drechsel

CreaPhys GmbH

CreaPhys was founded in 1999 as a spin-off from the Institute of Applied Photophysics of the Technischen Universität Dresden. The employees have long-time experience in vacuum thin film technology, material purification and optoelectronics. Sophisticated devices and components must be developed to achieve excellent results in basic research and applied technology. It is our philosophy to turn new ideas and innovation in devices, processes and technology into new products in worldwide markets. We offer extensive know-how in deposition processes for organic thin films, organic optoelectronics (e.g., organic light-emitting diodes and solar cells), microelectronics and material purification for future display and photovoltaic applications. Many reports have demonstrated the extraordinary importance of material quality in organic optoelectronic devices (“opto-electronic grade). The properties of those devices improves significantly with higher material quality. CreaPhys develops and manufactures equipment for the purification of the organic substances as well as components for thin film deposition equipment.


CreaPhys GmbH

Niedersedlitzer Str. 75
01257 Dresden, Deutschland


Contronix GmbH

Nizzastr. 6
01445 Radebeul, Germany

Phone: +49 351 4829212
Email: info@contronix.de
Website: https://www.contronix.de

Contact Person
Christoph Gommel
Email: chg@contronix.de

Contronix GmbH

Entwicklung elektronischer Baugruppen für Industrie, Wissenschaft und Forschung

Founded in 2003, Contronix GmbH develops application-specific electronic assemblies for a wide range of customers. In addition to the focus on the use of state-of-the-art components in particularly compact designs, one of Contronix’s focal points is the strongly mechanic-integrated electronic development, which is made possible by the use of modern EDA development software coupled with a mechanically dimensionally accurate library of all electronic components. Our circuit boards fit into the housing – at the first attempt. EMC-compliant PCB layout is just as much a matter of course as seamless production transfer and support. In addition to customers from classic industry and universities, Contronix develops complete electronic concepts for several innovative start-ups. Target quantities range from individual sample assemblies to cost-optimized products suitable for large-scale production.


Contronix GmbH

Nizzastr. 6
01445 Radebeul, Deutschland


Creavac GmbH

Löbtauer Str. 67-71
01159 Dresden, Germany

Phone: +49 351 21838-0
Email: info@creavac.de
Website: http://www.creavac.de/

Contact Person
Dr. Steffen Heicke
Email: info@creavac.de

Creavac GmbH

Job coating, EMI/ESD- coating, IR- reflektion, vakuum coating equipment, technology- and equipment development

CREAVAC has focused on coating of plastic parts. In addition to job coatings CREAVAC features new vacuum coating technologies including equipment design, construction as well as research and development.
Surface finishing of plastic parts, includes lacquering and vacuum metallization by PVD technology for decorative coatings, partially transparent IR-reflective layers, solderable coatings, ESD or EMI shieldings etc. In addition, CREAVAC provides further technologies, such as laser engraving and Tampon printing.
In the area of coating equipment, CREAVAC focuses mainly on technologically oriented specialized solutions. We offer Vacuum- equipment for production and laboratory use with different coating sources like thermal evaporation, E- beam and sputter techniques, PLD or Plasma technologies.


Creavac GmbH

Löbtauer Str. 67-71
01159 Dresden, Deutschland


FHR Anlagenbau GmbH

Am Hügel 2
01458 Ottendorf-Okrilla, Germany

Phone: +49 35205 520 292
Email: hannes.klumbies@fhr.de
Website: http://www.fhr.biz

Contact Person
Dr. Hannes Klumbies
Email: hannes.klumbies@fhr.de

FHR Anlagenbau GmbH

Founded in 1991, FHR Anlagenbau GmbH provides customized vacuum coating equipment and sputter targets as well as coating and equipment services from a single expert source.

We support our customers in close contact starting from process development via R&D scale to mass production. Our portfolio combines technologies as sputtering, evaporation, PECVD and ALD with the tool types cluster, inline, roll-to-roll and box. Based in Germany, with tools installed worldwide in various branches such as semiconductor, MEMS, electronic, sensor, optic, display, photovoltaic and more industries, we are ready to support you wherever you want to go.
The Thin Film Company


FHR Anlagenbau GmbH

Am Hügel 2
01458 Ottendorf-Okrilla, Deutschland


Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS

Technologie-Campus 3
09126 Chemnitz, Germany

Phone: +49 371 45001 0
Fax: +49 371 45001 101
Email: info@enas.fraunhofer.de
Website: http://www.enas.fraunhofer.de/

Contact Person
Dr. Andreas Willert
Email: andreas.willert@enas.fraunhofer.de

Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS

The particular strength of the Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS lies in the development of smart systems for various applications. These systems combine electronic components with nano and micro sensors as well as actuators, communication units and self-sufficient power supply. Fraunhofer ENAS develops single components, manufacturing technologies and system concepts, system integration technologies and transfers them into production. Fraunhofer ENAS offers research and development services from the idea, via design and technology development or realization based on established technologies up to demonstrators and tested prototypes

Fraunhofer ENAS defined the focus of the technology portfolio and the market activities of the institute with its five business units:

  • Technologies and Systems for Smart Power and Mobility
  • Technologies and Systems for Smart Health
  • Technologies and Systems for Smart Production
  • Micro and Nanoelectronics
  • Sensor and Actuator Systems


Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS

Technologie-Campus 3
09126 Chemnitz, Deutschland


Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP

Winterbergstr. 28
01277 Dresden, Germany

Phone: +49 351 2586 0
Fax: +49 351 2586 105
Email: info@fep.fraunhofer.de
Website: https://www.fep.fraunhofer.de/

Contact Person
Annett Arnold

Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP

Electron beam technology, pulse magnetron sputtering, plasma-activated high-rate deposition, high-rate PECVD, technologies for organic electronics, IC- and system design

Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP works on innovative solutions in the fields of vacuum coating, surface treatment as well as organic semiconductors. The core competences electron beam technology, sputtering, plasma-activated deposition and high-rate PECVD as well as technologies for the organic electronics and IC/system design provide a basis for these activities.

Thus, Fraunhofer FEP offers a wide range of possibilities for research, development and pilot production, especially for the processing, sterilization, structuring and refining of surfaces as well as OLED microdisplays, organic and inorganic sensors, optical filters and flexible OLED lighting.

Our aim is to seize the innovation potential of the electron beam, plasma technology and organic electronics for new production processes and devices and to make it available for our customers.


Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP

Winterbergstr. 28
01277 Dresden, Deutschland


Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS

Winterbergstr. 28
01277 Dresden, Germany

Phone: +49 351 2553 7700
Fax: +49 351 2553 7600
Email: info@ikts.fraunhofer.de
Website: https://www.ikts.fraunhofer.de/

Contact Person
Dr.-Ing. Sindy Mosch
Email: sindy.mosch@ikts.fraunhofer.de

Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS

The Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS conducts applied research on high-performance ceramics. The institute‘s three sites in Dresden and Hermsdorf (Thuringia), Germany, collectively represent Europe‘s largest R&D institute dedicated to the study of ceramics.

As a research and technology service provider, the Fraunhofer IKTS develops advanced high-performance ceramic materials, industrial manufacturing processes as well as prototype components and systems in complete production lines up to the pilot-plant scale. In addition, the research portfolio also includes materials diagnostics and testing. The test procedures in the fields of acoustics, electromagnetics, optics and microscopy contribute substantially to the quality assurance of products and plants.

The institute operates in eight market-oriented business divisions in order to demonstrate and qualify ceramic technologies and components as well as non-destructive testing methods for new industries, product concepts and markets within and beyond the established fields of application. Industries addressed include ceramic Materials and Processes, Mechanical and Automotive Engineering, Electronics and Microsystems, Energy, Environmental and Process Engineering, Bio- and Medical Technology, Optics as well as Materials and Process Analysis.

Among our unique areas of expertise, we offer:

  • End-to-end production lines: from starting materials to prototypes
  • Multi-scale development
  • Synergies between materials and technologies
  • Competent analysis and quality assessment
  • Network with over 450 national and international partners
  • Standardized management for sustainable quality assurance

Flexible substrates made of polymers are used in organic electronics for the architecture of electronic circuits and the integration of microsystems. The temperature resis¬tance, which is limited to a maximum of 200 ºC, necessitates the application of the low-sintered inks for metallization and functional coatings. In the process, the scientists apply techniques, such as screen, inkjet, and aerosol printing as well as selective laser sintering.

Fraunhofer IKTS offers nanosuspensions for this made from a vari¬ety of materials, such as Ag, Au, Pt, Cu, ITO, CNT or graphene. These layers are then tested for their adhesion, conductivity, and bondability using viable serial production and existing full-scale production methods.


Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS

Winterbergstr. 28
01277 Dresden, Deutschland


Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV

Heidelberger Str. 20
01189 Dresden, Germany

Phone: +49 351 43614 30
Fax: +49 351 43614 59
Email: info@ivv-dresden.fraunhofer.de
Website: https://www.ivv.fraunhofer.de/

Contact Person
Dr. Marc Mauermann

Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV

The Fraunhofer IVV Branch Lab for Processing Machinery and Packaging Technology Dresden undertakes applied R&D on machine processes. Product safety via efficient processes is our priority.

Our main areas of work are the processing of flexible materials, industrial cleaning technology, analysis of machine processes, and the development of adaptive processes and their components. We analyze and optimize your processing machinery. For flexible materials we develop solutions for efficient thermal joining and intelligent forming. We assist you with the development of cleaning systems, the hygienic design of processes, and the microbiological validation of your processing machinery.


Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV

Heidelberger Str. 20
01189 Dresden, Deutschland


Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology IWS

Winterbergstr. 28
01277 Dresden, Germany

Phone: +49 351 83391 3406
Fax: +49 351 83391 3300
Website: http://www.iws.fraunhofer.de/

Contact Person
Dr. Wulf Grählert
Email: wulf.graehlert@iws.fraunhofer.de

Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology IWS

The Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology IWS Dresden is characterized by two overlapping work areas: laser technology and surface technology. The development of technologies and systems using tailor-made laser light and the production of functional surfaces are exciting fields of research with great prospects for the future.

The research and development work of the Fraunhofer IWS is based on a pronounced materials engineering know-how combined with extensive possibilities of material and component characterization. The material is a central element of manufacturing technology. And nanotechnology is becoming increasingly important in the materials and manufacturing technology of the future. The Fraunhofer IWS Dresden has established and expanded core competencies in both areas.

Close cooperation with equipment and system manufacturers enables the Fraunhofer IWS to offer its customers solutions from a single source. As a rule, these are based on innovative concepts which are based on an overall view of the machining system, the process and the material and component behavior. The constant expansion of the IWS equipment guarantees the effective processing of tasks at a high level and according to the latest state of the art.


Fraunhofer Institute for Material and Beam Technology IWS

Winterbergstr. 28
01277 Dresden, Deutschland


Fraunhofer-Institut für Zuverlässigkeit und Mikrointegration IZM

Gustav-Meyer-Allee 25
13355 Berlin, Germany

Phone: +49 30 464 03 0
Fax: +49 30 464 03 111
Email: info@izm.fraunhofer.de
Website: https://www.izm.fraunhofer.de/

Contact Person
Herr Zoschke

Fraunhofer-Institut für Zuverlässigkeit und Mikrointegration IZM

Invisible – but indispensable: nothing works without highly integrated microelectronics and microsystems technology. The basis for their integration into products is the availability of reliable and cost-effective assembly and connection technologies. Fraunhofer IZM, a global leader in the development and reliability evaluation of electronic packaging technologies, provides its customers with customized system integration technologies at the wafer, chip and board level. Research at Fraunhofer IZM also means making electronics more reliable and providing customers with reliable information on the durability of electronics.

Since its foundation in 1993, Fraunhofer IZM has been able to look back on an extremely successful development from working groups of the research focus „Microperipheric Technologies“ at the TU Berlin, the Humboldt University and the former Institute for Mechanics at the Academy of Sciences in Chemnitz. More than 200 employees research and develop at the three locations in Berlin, Dresden and Oberpfaffenhofen with almost 2000 m² clean room area.


Fraunhofer-Institut für Zuverlässigkeit und Mikrointegration IZM

Gustav-Meyer-Allee 25
13355 Berlin, Deutschland


Heliatek GmbH

Heliatek GmbH
Treidlerstr. 3
01139 Dresden, Germany

Phone: +49 351 213 034 421
Fax: +49 351 213 034 40
Website: http://www.heliatek.de

Contact Person

Heliatek GmbH

As technology leader in organic electronics, Heliatek develops, produces and distributes large area Organic PV solar films. Heliatek holds the world record in the field of Organic Electronics Energy with 13.2% efficiency. Its business model is to supply the custom-designed HeliaFilm to partners in industries, such as building and construction materials and light architectural structures. Heliatek maintains a total staff of some 150 specialists at its facilities in Dresden and Ulm, Germany.


Heliatek GmbH

Heliatek GmbH
Treidlerstr. 3
01139 Dresden, Deutschland


Heraeus Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG

CHEMPARK Leverkusen
51368 Leverkusen, Germany

Phone: +49 214 3025014
Website: https://www.heraeus.com

Contact Person
Dr. Wilfried Lövenich
Email: wilfried.loevenich@heraeus.com

Heraeus Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG

Heraeus, the technology group headquartered in Hanau, Germany, is a leading international family-owned company formed in 1851. With expertise, a focus on innovations, operational excellence and an entrepreneurial leadership, we strive to continuously improve the businesses of our customers around the world.

For three decades conductive polymers have been an area of intense research and in the year 2000 Alan Heeger, Alan MacDiarmid and Hideki Shirakawa received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry „for the discovery and development of conductive polymers“. Clevios™ PEDOT: PSS is a substituted polythiophene ionomer complex with a polyanion that offers the highest conductivity found so far in a commercial product: 1000 S/cm. The product is offered by Heraeus as the monomer for in-situ polymerisation, as neat water based dispersions or as ready-to-use formulations mixed with solvents and additives


Heraeus Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG

CHEMPARK Leverkusen
51368 Leverkusen, Deutschland


IAPP - Dresden Integrated Center for Applied Physics and Photonic Materials, TU Dresden

Nöthnitzer Str. 61
01187 Dresden, Germany

Phone: +49 351 463 34389
Fax: +49 351 463 370 65
Email: info@iapp.de
Website: https://www.iapp.de

Contact Person
Prof. Dr. Karl Leo

IAPP - Dresden Integrated Center for Applied Physics and Photonic Materials, TU Dresden

The Dresden Integrated Center for Applied Physics and Photonic Materials (IAPP) is an interdisciplinary research network for organic electronics, especially OLED, OPV, OTFT, organic lasers and other related devices and technologies. In addition, the strong basic research forms the basis for future developments. The IAPP covers the full range of necessary work and topics: synthesis of (organic) materials, alternative electrodes, basic research and new effects, electrical, optical and morphological analyses, device fabrication and testing as well as lifetime and ageing.

The Dresden Integrated Center for Applied Physics and Photonic Materials is the legal successor of the Institute for Applied Photophysics, which was founded in 1908 and has been conducting intensive research on organic semiconductors since 1985. It is part of the Technische Universität Dresden (TUD), one of seven German universities, which is distinguished by the Excellence Initiative for its outstanding achievements in research and teaching.

More than 100 employees work at the IAPP. The institute has an excellent internationally recognized reputation and has already spun off seven companies. The work has received numerous awards for organic electronics, including the German Future Prize of the Federal President in 2011 (endowed with 250,000 € prize money).

The IAPP currently unites four chairs in the field of flexible and organic electronics under one roof:

Prof. Dr. Karl Leo, Chair of Optoelectronics

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Reineke, Chair of Organic Semiconductors

Prof. Dr. Xinliang Feng, Chair of Molecular Functional Materials

Prof. Dr. Stefan Mannsfeld, Chair of Organic Components


IAPP - Dresden Integrated Center for Applied Physics and Photonic Materials, TU Dresden

Nöthnitzer Str. 61
01187 Dresden, Deutschland


IAVT - Institut für Aufbau- und Verbindungstechnik der Elektronik

Helmholtzstr. 10
01069 Dresden, Germany

Phone: +49 351 463 363 45
Fax: +49 351 463 370 35
Website: https://www.avt.et.tu-dresden.de/

Contact Person
Frau Taupitz-Wenke
Email: taupitz-wenke@avt.et.tu-dresden.de

IAVT - Institut für Aufbau- und Verbindungstechnik der Elektronik

Research and university education in the field of electronics assembly and interconnection technology

Together with the Center for Microtechnical Production (ZµP), the Institute for Electronics Packaging and Assembly Technology (IAVT) forms one of the largest university research institutions for electronic packaging in Germany, whose competence has been continuously expanded over the past 15 years. With an annual research budget (third-party funding) of more than EUR 1.8 million, basic research, applied research and industrial research are carried out.
As a unique selling point, IAVT/ZµP can claim a holistic view of electronic packaging as a unit of process and process-technological tasks and the additional consideration of technical production issues.

IAVT/ZµP’s fields of work range from biocompatible AVT to various substrate and assembly technologies (organic wiring substrates, ceramic wiring substrates in thick film and LTCC, micro-contact processes, surface assembly, conductive and assembly bonding, optical connection technology, etc.), process development and reliability studies, destructive and non-destructive testing methods in electronics production. The topics of quality management and process simulation and optimization complete the list of competences.

The object of research is the comparison, analysis and selection of suitable technologies and materials in order to guarantee reliable assembly and connection technology for the entire assembly, the development of new assembly techniques and their diagnostics and reliability assessment.


IAVT - Institut für Aufbau- und Verbindungstechnik der Elektronik

Helmholtzstr. 10
01069 Dresden, Deutschland


IHM - Institut für Halbleiter- und Mikrosystemtechnik, TU Dresden

Nöthnitzer Str. 64
01187 Dresden, Germany

Phone: +49 351 4633 52 92
Fax: +49 351 4633 71 72
Website: https://tu-dresden.de/ing/elektrotechnik/ihm/

Contact Person
Prof. Dr. Johann W. Bartha
Email: johann.bartha@tu-dresden.de

IHM - Institut für Halbleiter- und Mikrosystemtechnik, TU Dresden

University education and research on basic technologies in semiconductor and microsystems technology, photovoltaics, sensor technology and actuator technology

The Institute of Semiconductor and Microsystems Technology was founded in 1990 at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Technical University Dresden. It unites five professorships, which perform teaching and research tasks in the fields of semiconductor technology, microsystems technology, optoelectronic components and systems, polymer microsystems and nanoelectronic materials. The focus here is on back-end of line, modern coating technologies for ultra-thin functional layers, coating technologies also for photovoltaics, the functional characterization of materials and components, including organic transistors, the design of microsystems and the manufacture of sensors and actuators based on inorganic and organic materials. The personnel connection with the FhG IPMS Dresden and the NaMLab gGmbH considerably expands the possibilities in research and teaching.


IHM - Institut für Halbleiter- und Mikrosystemtechnik, TU Dresden

Nöthnitzer Str. 64
01187 Dresden, Deutschland


INURU GmbH

Johann-Hittorf-Str. 8
12489 Berlin, Germany

Phone: +49 30 6392 74 78
Website: https://www.inuru.de/

Contact Person
Marcin Ratajczak
Email: ratajczak@inuru.de

INURU GmbH

Inuru is a company specialized in organic light used e.g. in animated advertisment. Paperlike OLED light sources are eco friendly and flexible with printed electronics!

Advantages:
– animated advertising with 8 x higher visibilty than classical ads
– advertisment on paper, but with light inside
– it is thin and flexible
– easy to intergrate
– ready to use: no plugs, cables or smartphones needed


INURU GmbH

Johann-Hittorf-Str. 8
12489 Berlin, Deutschland


iP3 - Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur Leipzig - Fakultät Medien, Lehrgebiet Werkstoffe und Werkstoffprüfung (HTWK Leipzig)

Gutenbergplatz 2-4
04103 Leipzig, Germany

Phone: +49 341 30 76 0
Fax: +49 341 30 76 64 56
Website: http://www.htwk-leipzig.de

Contact Person
Prof. Dr. Lutz Engisch

iP3 - Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur Leipzig - Fakultät Medien, Lehrgebiet Werkstoffe und Werkstoffprüfung (HTWK Leipzig)

The Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur Leipzig was founded in 1992 as a university of applied sciences. It thus continues a long tradition of engineering educational institutions and teaching facilities for librarians, booksellers and museologists in Leipzig. With around 7,000 students, it is one of the largest universities of applied sciences in Germany. The application- and future-oriented study courses in engineering sciences, economics and social sciences, applied media, information and cultural sciences as well as computer science and mathematics lead to modern academic degrees such as Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees.

All faculties cooperate in research and development with companies from the region and therefore guarantee a practical education. With the new Faculty of Media, the HTWK Leipzig is meeting the growing requirements of the
media sector and tries to bundle the existing potential. Through this bundling of the individual areas at the Faculty of Media, the external impact of Media as the main field of competence at HTWK is improved and
synergies created between the media study courses. Flexible organisational structures and the effective use of technical resources will set new standards for the quality of training. Information, communication and media technologies form the focal points in teaching and research.


iP3 - Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur Leipzig - Fakultät Medien, Lehrgebiet Werkstoffe und Werkstoffprüfung (HTWK Leipzig)

Gustav-Freytag-Str. 42
04277 Leipzig, Deutschland


Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e. V. (IPF)

Hohe Straße 6
01069 Dresden, Deutschland

Phone: +49 351 4658-0
Fax: +49 351 4658-284
Email: ipf@ipfdd.de
Website: https://www.ipfdd.de

Contact Person
Dr. Doris Pospiech
Email: Pospiech@ipfdd.de

Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e. V. (IPF)

The Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden (IPF) is one of the largest polymer research facilities in Germany. As an institute of the Leibniz Association, the IPF is committed to carrying out application-oriented basic research and receives its base funding in equal parts from the federal and state governments.

The focus of activities at the IPF are directed toward the advancement of basic scientific knowledge for the development of functional polymer materials and polymer materials with new or improved characteristics. In addition, emphasis is also put on combining material development with innovative and sustainable production and processing technologies.
Advanced materials are necessary and create a driving force for the development of new technologies and system solutions in medical engineering, modern communication technology, data storage and processing,and transport and energy technology. In their endeavours, the researchers at the IPF work towards understanding the effects of interfaces and the utilization of interface design in material development, in which nanotechnological aspects as well as interfaces to biosystems are of great importance.

The combination of competences in natural and engineering sciences, for which the IPF is known, as well as state-of-the-art technical equipment, allows a holistic approach to material science research. This extends from synthesis and modification of polymer materials to characterization, theoretical penetration, processing, and testing to controlling characteristics of polymer materials, biomaterials, and composites by selective interface design. In this way, it is possible to deal with problems and requirements on new and improved polymer materials until they are transformed into an industrially utilized product.

The Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden (IPF) is one of the largest polymer research facilities in Germany. As an institute of the Leibniz Association, the IPF is committed to carrying out application-oriented fundamental research and receives its basic funding in equal parts from the federal and state governments.

The approach is holistic, covering synthesis and modification of polymer materials, their characterization and theoretical investigation, up to processing and testing. A special feature of the institute’s activities is the close cooperation of scientists and engineers and a broad range of modern instruments and methods are available including pilot plants allowing material and technology development under industry-relevant conditions.

The research focus is on materials problems and needs which can be approached by control of interface-related properties as well as interactions at interfaces and surfaces. A deep understanding of techniques and processes as well as of underlying physical aspects shall provide the basis to develop long-term concepts for technological implementation and applications of new polymer materials.

The topics dealt with at the institute are highly future-oriented. They include development of materials, technologies, and systems which are crucial to guarantee the strength of Germany’s economy also in future and to ensure both quality of living and sustainability. The polymer materials address innovations for further development in, e. g., medicine, transport and mobility, as well as energy efficiency and advanced communication technologies.

The institute’s profile is determined by four strategic topics that are approached in close collaboration of all departments of the institute.

Based on these topics the IPF is linked with leading research groups in Germany and worldwide, but, first of all, it is part of the powerful network of research institutions in Dresden and a very active member of DRESDEN concept.


Leibniz-Institut für Polymerforschung Dresden e. V. (IPF)

Hohe Straße 6
01069 Dresden, Deutschland


Kurt J. Lesker Company

15/16 Burgess Road
Hastings, East Sussex, TN35 4NR, United Kingdom

Phone: 0 8000 812 843
Website: http://www.lesker.com/

Contact Person
Dr. Nicholas Luzzietti
Email: nicholasl@lesker.com

Kurt J. Lesker Company

Kurt J. Lesker Company is a global leader in the design and manufacture of vacuum technology solutions for research and production applications.

With our four divisions – Vacuum Mart, Process Equipment, Materials and Manufacturing – we offer the broadest range of products and service solutions in the vacuum industry.
From the simplest components to complex vacuum chambers and precision computer-controlled deposition systems, our company works with you to provide solid and economical solutions for all your vacuum research and development needs.
We offer over 14,000 products, customized solutions, expert technical support and outstanding customer service to meet your needs.


Kurt J. Lesker Company

15/16 Burgess Road
Hastings, East Sussex, TN35 4NR, United Kingdom


Life Science Inkubator Sachsen GmbH & Co. KG, Projekt SmartNanotubes

Tatzberg 47
01307 Dresden

Visiting address:
Technologie- und Gründerzentrum Freital
Flügel B, 2. OG
Dresdner Str. 172
01705 Freital

Phone: +49 351 85073684
Fax: +49 351 82073687
Email: v.bezugly@life-science-inkubator.de
Website: http://www.lsi-sachsen.de/projekte/projektdetails/smartnanotubes/

Contact Person
Dr. Viktor Bezugly
Email: v.bezugly@life-science-inkubator.de

Life Science Inkubator Sachsen GmbH & Co. KG, Projekt SmartNanotubes

Project description:

Carbon nanotubes possess excellent electronic and structural properties: they are very small and extremely stable. They have a huge potential in a variety of applications ranging from sensors to computer chips. SWCNTs can be either semiconducting or metallic. On the other hand, a wide use of SWCNTs is currently limited by the lack of control of the electronic properties within existing production processes.

Team SmartNanotubes has developed a process, which leads to overcoming this hurdle. The established laboratory-scale production is highly innovative and yields a currently  worldwide unique product.

During the funding period, the team SmartNanotubes will optimize and scale-up the process according to industrial requirements, and test their product in biosensors in the first prototype applications. After this period, SmartNanotubes will found a company and plans to establish itself as a key supplier for industrial customers from various branches like biosensor and gas sensor manufacturers, nanomedicine and semiconducting industry.

 

Project datasheet:

Focus: carbon nanotubes for biosensors and electronics

Application potential: Single walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) are a promising material for a new generation of electronic devices. They can be used in biosensors, gas sensors or computer chips.

Funding period at Life Science Inkubator Sachsen: 36 Months

Total funding sum: 1.99 M Euro

You will find more information at the website.


Life Science Inkubator Sachsen GmbH & Co. KG, Projekt SmartNanotubes

Tatzberg 47
01307 Dresden

Besucheradresse:
Technologie- und Gründerzentrum Freital
Flügel B, 2. OG
Dresdner Str. 172
01705 Freital, Deutschland


Novaled GmbH

Elisabeth-Boer-Straße 9
01099 Dresden, Deutschland

Phone: +49 351 79890-100
Fax: +49 351 79890-999
Website: http://www.novaled.com

Contact Person
Info
Email: info@novaled.com

Novaled GmbH

Spitzentechnologie, Materialien und Service für organische Leuchtdioden (OLED)

Novaled GmbH is a leader in the research, development and commercialization of technologies and materials that enhance the performance of OLEDs (organic light-emitting diodes) and other organic electronics. Novaled offers OLED product manufacturers a unique combination of proprietary technology, materials and expertise, and is currently the only company in the OLED industry licensing and selling organic conductivity doping technology and materials for use in the commercial mass production of display products. Novaled has developed strategic partnerships with key OLED innovators and producers throughout the world and, with a broad portfolio of more than 500 patents granted or pending, has a strong IP position in OLED technologies, structures and materials. Novaled is headquartered in Dresden with offices in Korea and Japanin Asia. Novaled’s majority owner is Samsung SDI.


Novaled GmbH

Elisabeth-Boer-Straße 9
01099 Dresden, Deutschland


Papierfabrik Louisenthal GmbH

Louisenthal 1
D-83703 Gmund am Tegernsee
Germany

Phone: +49 89 4119-2389
Fax: +49 (0) 8022 767-99
Email: mario.keller@louisenthal.com
Website: http://www.louisenthal.com

Contact Person
Mario Keller
Email: mario.keller@louisenthal.com
Elisabeth Wohlmannstetter
Email: elisabeth.wohlmannstetter@louisenthal.com

Papierfabrik Louisenthal GmbH

Louisenthal is a leading manufacturer of banknote substrates, security papers and security features. Its products are used globally by more than 100 central banks and governments, including the ECB. Louisenthal also offers comprehensive security and services around plant engineering, from the planning stage to the commissioning of production plants.

Louisenthal’s portfolio comprises banknote security and durability technologies which meet  the security and automation requirements of issuers, the commercial sector and the public. Substrate-embedded features such as watermarks,  threads and foil stripes showing optically variable and dynamic effects, recognisable both by the public and by central banks, are part of its portfolio. Its high-tech foils are also suited for use in other industries such as automotive or energy.

With Hybrid™, LongLife and cotton the company also offers a variety of substrates for banknote and security papers.

Louisenthal employs approximately 1100 staff at its production sites in Gmund at Lake Tegernsee (paper and foils) and in Königstein near Dresden (paper). It is a subsidiary of the German technology company Giesecke+Devrient Currency Technology GmbH.

For more information visit  http://www.louisenthal.com or call Elisabeth Wohlmannstetter, +49 89 4119-1832.


Papierfabrik Louisenthal GmbH

Louisenthal 1
83703 Gmund am Tegernsee


Plastic Logic Germany

An der Bartlake 5,
01109 Dresden, Deutschland

Phone: +49 0351 88344-0
Website: http://www.plasticlogic.com/

Contact Person
Info
Email: info@plasticlogic.com

Plastic Logic Germany

Development and production of electronic paper displays based on plastic electronics.

Plastic Logic Germany has successfully industrialized the production process for flexible electrophoretic displays. As such, Plastic Logic is the world leader in the development, manufacture and sale of such devices. Using a stable and proven transistor platform technology, the company manufactures an extensive range of high quality flexible plastic displays in both low and high volumes under an exclusive license agreement. These shatterproof, malleable, daylight readable displays are ultra thin, lightweight and extremely energy efficient and offer enormous advantages over conventional displays as they are extremely robust and durable. Plastic Logic Germany’s customers include original equipment and electronics manufacturers for signage and logistics, mobile electronics, smart cards, wearables and more.


Plastic Logic Germany

An der Bartlake 5,
01109 Dresden, Deutschland


pmTUC - Institut für Print- und Medientechnik, Technische Universität Chemnitz

Reichenhainer Str. 70
09126 Chemnitz, Deutschland

Phone: +49 371 531 23610
Fax: +49 371 531 23619
Email: pminfo@mb.tu-chemnitz.de
Website: https://www.tu-chemnitz.de/mb/PrintMedienTech/

pmTUC - Institut für Print- und Medientechnik, Technische Universität Chemnitz


pmTUC - Institut für Print- und Medientechnik, Technische Universität Chemnitz

Reichenhainer Str. 70
09126 Chemnitz, Deutschland


Sempa Systems GmbH

Grenzstraße 13
01109 Dresden, Germany

Phone: +49 351 88810-0
Fax: +49 351 88810-15
Website: https://www.sempa.de/

Contact Person
Info
Email: info@sempa.de

Sempa Systems GmbH

SEMPA Systems GmbH develops, produces and distributes worldwide high purity media systems and turnkey solutions for bulk and specialty gases as well as specialty chemicals to the semiconductor, photovoltaic, electronics and glass fiber industries.

Our offer includes:
– Stainless steel pipe systems
– Bulk and special gas supply systems
– Chemical cabinets and evaporator systems
– Metrology for Exhaust Gas Analysis and Water Vapor – Permeation Rates of Ultra Barrier Films
– Control software and automation of all system solutions
– Joint development projects with customers
– Complete solutions, safety concept, installation and operation
– Strong presence in the Asian market via Sempa Asia

Specific solutions for:
– TMAl and ozone systems for vAlOx reverse side passivation
– Chemical supply systems for IGZO deposits
– DEZ distribution system for ZnO TCOs
– Chemical distribution solutions for silicon bonded semiconductor compounds
– …. and much more

Your process optimization is our mission!


Sempa Systems GmbH

Grenzstraße 13
01109 Dresden, Deutschland


Senorics GmbH

Senorics GmbH
c/o Technische Universität Dresden
Noethnitzer Str. 61
01062 Dresden, Germany

Phone: +49 351 46342415
Email: contact@senorics.com
Website: http://senorics.com

Contact Person
Dr. Ronny Timmreck
Email: ronny.timmreck@senorics.com


Senorics GmbH

Senorics GmbH
c/o Technische Universität Dresden
Noethnitzer Str. 61
01062 Dresden, Deutschland


Sunic System Ltd.

Maria-Reiche-Straße 1-7
01109 Dresden, Germany

Phone: +49 351 88969255

Contact Person
Seong Woo Chung
Email: swchung@sunic.co.kr

Sunic System Ltd.

Global equipment maker for OLED & Renewable Energy.

SUNIC SYSTEM supplies worldwide production systems for the series production of PM/AM OLEDs for the lighting industry. These systems are available for both R&D (200 mm x 200 mm) and series production (370 mm x 470 mm, 730 mm x 460 mm). SUNIC SYSTEM has completed the development of R&D systems for G4 & G5 substrates. This also means that the development of G4 & G5 size equipment for series production will be completed in 2010. In addition, non-transparent (cf. Si wafers) are compatible with transparent substrates. In addition, encapsulation systems (Conventional Glass and Thin film encapsulation, as they will generally be required in the future) can be supplied from R&D to series production.


Sunic System Ltd.

Maria-Reiche-Straße 1-7
01109 Dresden, Deutschland


SYNTHON Chemicals GmbH & Co. KG

Chemiepark Bitterfeld Wolfen - Areal A -
Werkstattstraße 10
06766 Wolfen, Germany

Phone: +49 3494 63 69 00
Fax: +49 3494 63 69 69
Website: http://www.synthon-chemicals.com/

Contact Person
Michael Felicetti
Email: synthon@synthon-chemicals.com

SYNTHON Chemicals GmbH & Co. KG

SYNTHON Chemicals is a producer and distributor of fine chemicals and specialities.

With 2000 square meters of laboratories, warehouses and offices SYNTHON supplies the industry with organic intermediates and final products in quantities from a few grams up to several hundred kilograms for the application in Organic Electronics and cutting-edge technologies.

Main customers are display manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies and diagnostics producers, manufacturers of dental fillings and adhesives.

SYNTHON keeps most of its products in stock to offer the customers the service of just in time delivery.

All products are analysed by modern analytical methods to meet highest quality standards.


SYNTHON Chemicals GmbH & Co. KG

Chemiepark Bitterfeld Wolfen - Areal A -
Werkstattstraße 10
06766 Wolfen, Deutschland


TES Frontdesign GmbH

Friedrich-Bueckling-Str. 19
16816 Neuruppin, Germany

Phone: +49 3391 5944-0
Fax: +49 3391 5944-57
Email: info@tes-frontdesign.de
Website: http://www.tes-frontdesign.de

Contact Person
Michael Cerbe
Email: michael.cerbe@tes-frontdesign.de

TES Frontdesign GmbH

TES Frontdesign is one of the leading suppliers of individual machine user interfaces in Germany. The company offers customer specific foil-based keypads up to complete interfaces including housing and assembly of electronic components with special focus on small and medium quantities. The core competence is complete manufacturing with a high production depth at a single location as unique feature. We continuously increase our market share in our three focus areas:

  • foil keypads
  • housing solutions
  • components assembly


TES Frontdesign GmbH

Friedrich-Bückling-Str. 19
16816 Neuruppin, Deutschland


VON ARDENNE GmbH (VAAT)

Am Hahnweg 8
01328 Dresden, Germany

Phone: +49 351 2637-300
Website: https://www.vonardenne.biz

Contact Person
Christian Hecht
Email: hecht.hans-christian@vonardenne.biz

VON ARDENNE GmbH (VAAT)

Entwicklung, Herstellung und Vertrieb von Investitionsgütern für industrielle Vakuumprozesse.

Entwicklung, Herstellung und Vertrieb von Investitionsgütern für industrielle Vakuumprozesse einschließlich der FuE, Montage und  Inbetriebnahme, Bemusterung, Verkauf von immateriellen Leistungen, Kleinserienfertigung von Sytemen und Kompoenten, Service und Produktionsbetreung, technologischer Beratung und Gutachtertätigkeit.


VON ARDENNE GmbH (VAAT)

Am Hahnweg 8
01328 Dresden, Deutschland


watttron GmbH

Dresdner Straße 172c
01705 Freital, Germany

Phone: +49 351 85073041
Email: info@watttron.com
Website: https://watttron.com

Contact Person
Ronald Claus von Nordheim
Email: ronald.claus-von-nordheim@watttron.com

watttron GmbH

The idea of watttron’s innovative technology was born at the Institute of Natural Materials Technology of the Technical University of Dresden and the Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging Dresden. Based on a thin, ceramic heating plate, watttron’s patented technology is both simple and ingenious; it is the secret ingredient driving our technology forward. The heating circuits are screen-printed on thin ceramic plates allowing for custom designed heating circuit layouts, that are both simple and efficient. The combination of a low thermal mass and a high thermal stability is the key for our rapid heating technology. Integrated sensors close to the heating circuits ensure precise monitoring of the surface temperature during the entire process. watttron offers the complete technology from a single source:

  • Design and layout of the temperature field
  • Production of the heating system
  • Installation and initial operation supervision

The heating technology can be applied in various industries and sectors to make processes more flexible, faster and resource-efficient, in addition to improving time and control.


watttron GmbH

Dresdner Str. 172 c
01705 Freital


WOLFRAM Designer und Ingenieure

Mengsstraße 35
01139 Dresden, Deutschland

Phone: +49 351 82872170
Fax: +49 351 82872184
Email: info@wolframdesign.de
Website: http://www.wolframdesign.de/

Contact Person
Sebastian Wolfram
Email: wolfram@wolframdesign.de

WOLFRAM Designer und Ingenieure

Innovation needs design

We are designers and engineers. Our offer ranges from the first sketches to the serial production and includes the constructive technical product development. This core point of our interdisciplinary approach will be the focus of WOLFRAM designers and engineers in the future.

Award-winning product design and innovative constructions are our daily business. We create added value and market success for our national and international customers with product developments tailored to the market and target groups. Our team of experienced designers and engineers works hand in hand in innovation research, industrial design, mechanical construction and final series production.

We are the driving force behind your economic success and sustainable growth. Regardless of whether you come from mechanical engineering, medical technology, vehicle construction or the consumer goods industry, we ensure technically feasible and cost-effective product development at all times. The interaction of functionality, technical design and cost efficiency is our success strategy in order to position your product on the market and to distinguish it unmistakably from other competitors.


WOLFRAM Designer und Ingenieure

Mengsstraße 35
01139 Dresden, Deutschland

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Schneider + Partner Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft und Steuerberatungsgesellschaft (Schneider + Partner GmbH)

Lortzingstraße 37
D-01307 Dresden

Phone: +49 351 340 780
Fax: +49 351 340 78 99

Contact Person
Dr. Bernd Kugelberg
Email: mail@sup-dresden.de

Schneider + Partner Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft und Steuerberatungsgesellschaft (Schneider + Partner GmbH)

Wir stellen qualifizierte Dienstleistungen aus den Bereichen Steuerberatung, Wirtschaftsprüfung, Rechnungswesen und Unternehmensberatung zur Verfügung.

Schneider + Partner ist ein unabhängiges und partnergeführtes Unternehmen an den Standorten München, Dresden und Chemnitz. Über 100 Mitarbeiter, darunter zahlreiche Wirtschaftsprüfer, Steuerberater und Rechtsanwälte, sind über die allgemeine Berufsqualifikation hinaus in unterschiedlichen Spezialgebieten tätig und stellen gemeinsam ein umfassendes Know-how zur Verfügung.

Wir betreuen Unternehmen und Institutionen aller Rechtsformen sowie Privatpersonen. Auf internationaler Ebene sind wir in das Netzwerk der IGAL Intercontinental Grouping of Accountants and Lawyers eingebunden. Dadurch sind wir in der Lage, Sie weltweit zu unterstützen.


Schneider + Partner Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft und Steuerberatungsgesellschaft (Schneider + Partner GmbH)

Lortzingstraße 37
D-01307 Dresden


Wirtschaftsförderung Sachsen GmbH (WFS)

Bertolt-Brecht-Allee 22
D-01309 Dresden

Phone: +49 351 2138 0
Fax: +49 351 2138 399

Contact Person
Armin Reith
Email: Armin.Reith@wfs.saxony.de

Wirtschaftsförderung Sachsen GmbH (WFS)

Unternehmen des Freistaates Sachsen zur Realisierung von Standortmarketing, Akquisition/Betreuung von Investitionsprojekten sowie von Absatzfördermaßnahmen für sächsische Unternehmen.

Die Wirtschaftsförderung Sachsen GmbH (WFS) betreibt Standortwerbung für Sachsen und berät Unternehmen aus dem In- und Ausland umfassend von der Idee bis zur Realisierung eines Ansiedlungs- bzw. Erweiterungsprojektes. Darüber hinaus unterstützt die WFS sächsische Unternehmen bei ihren Exportbestrebungen und bahnt Kooperationen mit Unternehmen außerhalb Sachsens an. Wichtige Grundlage für die effektive Arbeit der WFS sind das vorausschauende Erkennen von relevanten Technologie-Trends und ihre Einbeziehung in das Ansiedlungs- und Absatzförderungsgeschäft.


Wirtschaftsförderung Sachsen GmbH (WFS)

Bertolt-Brecht-Allee 22
D-01309 Dresden

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