Facts & Figures

November 2018

Residents, Users & Associated Scientists

Total: 187

Industry: 34 %
Universities: 66 %

undergraduates/graduates: 92

Diversity

Nationalities: 20

Scientific output (2009 - 11/2018)

> 20 Working groups involved at InnovationLab:

Papers: 205
Dissertations: 40
Diploma/Master Theses: 88
Bachelor Theses: 81

Current public funded research projects

  • BMBF project BioLICHT: Printed Bio-Organic Light-Emitting Devices: Towards Sustainable Optoelectronics
  • EU funded ("Initial Training Networks (ITN) - Marie Curie Actions") project INFORM: Interfaces in opto-electronic thin film multilayer devices - www.itn-inform.eu/
  • BMBF project INTERPHASE: Design principles of organic electronics: Heterogeneity by volume and interphases (interfaces)
  • BMBF project POESIE: The capability of printed organic electronics: Optimized materials, fluids and liquid phase processes

Start-up & Spin-off companies

  • GT + W GmbH: The core competences include developing and customising gravure and flexographic printing presses for printed electronics. GT + W are following the approach of a full-service provider, offering systems and equipment for functional printing as well as engineering and consulting services.
  • otego GmBH: otego develops innovative thermoelectric generators (TEG) as an independent energy supply for wireless sensors and actuators. TEGs convert heat directly into electric power as soon as there is a condition of differences in temperature.
  • peptech: peptech is a newly founded technology company with focus on the development and production of functional printing inks, process development of flexible and printed electronics. peptech stands for “printed electronic process technology”.

Facilities

700 m² state of the art cleanrooms
470 m² laboratory area for chemical processing & electric characterization

Total space: 5600 m²