Department of Hybrid Electronic Systems

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Franz Kreupl

Our research focuses on the utilization of nano- and carbon-based materials in a wide range of electronic applications and circuits. Engineered functional nanomaterials like carbon nanotubes, nanowires and other carbon-based materials - like graphene or graphenic carbon materials - have the potential to significantly improve the performance of electronic devices, sensors, interconnects, energy- and information storage devices and circuits based on them. At the same time, nano- and carbon-based materials may offer a route towards a more sustainable form of materials used in engineering - a form which relies less on the precious limited natural resources. Our efforts to create new functional devices bridge classical electrical engineering and circuits with material science and physics.

The Department of Hybrid Electronic Systems is associated with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the Technische Universität München (TUM) and forms a research and teaching unit with the Chair of Circuit Design.

Sebastian Meier has published his paper in the 2020 4th IEEE Electron Devices Technology & Manufacturing Conference (EDTM) [mehr]

Umidjon Nurmetov has published his paper in IEEE JOURNAL OF SOLID-STATE CIRCUITS, VOL. 55, NO. 4, APRIL 202 [mehr]

Markus Hefele et al. new paper "Integrated multipurpose analog front-end for electrochemical ISFET sensors" is published: Ion-Sensitive-Field-Effect-Transistors (ISFETs) are an alternative to the common glass... [mehr]

for his paper "A CMOS Temperature Stabilized 2-Dimensional Mechanical Stress Sensor with 11-bit Resolution" Award ceremony will be held during the 2020 VLSI... [mehr]

EOS/ESD Symposium is the leading conference in the field of electrostatic discharge and electrical overstress. It offers the unique possibility to get a wide scope understanding of the challenges ahead to... [mehr]

Nature News & Views [mehr]

On Monday, June 10, Jon will present: C6-4 - 15:15 A CMOS Temperature Stabilized 2-Dimensional Mechanical Stress Sensor with 11-bit Resolution, U. Nurmetov*, T. Fritz**, E. Muellner**, C. Dougherty**, F.... [mehr]

Sören Hommel successfully defended his dissertation "High Resolution Probing of Charge Carrier Properties in Semiconductor Device Materials". Congratulations! [mehr]

Highly Reliable Contacts to Silicon Enabled by Low Temperature Sputtered Graphenic Carbon [mehr]

Finally officially announced ;-) Our development is in volume production! [mehr]