This semester, the event will take place in HS i4, i6, and in parallel online via WebEx. Our program this year is again rich in variety. Exciting topics like "memory design", "millimeter wave wireless sensing", "agile analog design", "time of flight 3D design", "depth sensing", "circuit layout and design methodology", or "Berkeley Analog Generator" will be presented by top-class experts.
Our new brochure contains everything there is to know about research and teaching at the Institute. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank our numerous corporate partners who have supported us over the years in our research, our teaching and also in this brochure.
We are looking forward to the upcoming #radecs conference and in particular encourage to join the #WIE event (with exciting programme!) nested between the technical sessions.
We will discuss how everyone can profit from increased participation of women in STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics), how to make a difference to see more women in STEM and to support them at all career stages.
Let's welcome the three inspiring speakers: Chiara Tran Thi, Rabia Dogan and Simonetta Di Pippo, who will guide us through selected topics ranging from obstacles to opportunities for women in STEM in scientific and leadership positions.
In the context of the lecture „Production Test and Design for Test“ representatives of leading equipment manufacturers could be won as presenters for the closing event. This event is held as online conference via Webex on June 30 from 08:30 to 12:00.
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We had a major scientific breaktrough and published our paper on the Zero Crossing Quantifier (ZCQ) somewhen between end of March and beginning of April. See the full article here.
We have our own IFE YouTube channel. Here you can find all our video tutorials on different areas of electronics. We also plan to put interesting parts from our lectures online in the future. So click in and subscribe now!
The IFE team strives for modern, demanding teaching. Within a project of the TEL-Marketplace we were able to convert the exercise "Electronic Circuit Design", as well as parts of the lecture "Electronic Circuit Design 2" into Flipped Classroom lectures. This screencast shows what this is and how we did it.
CERN (The European Organization for Nuclear Research), with its largest particle physics laboratory in the world, is accelerating science to the speed of light, trying to learn more about our universe. And a research team from IFE is now supporting CERN engineers in enabling this acceleration. In a cooperative experiment IFE scientists and CERN engineers are investigating modern microelectronics technologies for the next generation of particle detectors for high energy physics. Here are the first exciting results.
In March 2019 one of the most famous scientists in the field of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), David Pommerenke, gave a talk about his recent findings in the field of electrostatic discharge (ESD). Numerous students and quite a number of interested researchers from various companies around Graz came to listen to his wonderful presentation.
The "EMV-Fachtagung" is the largest conference on electromagnetic compatibility in Austria. In 2019 the conference was held at campus Inffeldgasse. 14 talks, a big exhibition and a poster session over two days was bound to be a very interesting experience for over 140 participants.
All participants received a password and can download the EMV-Fachtagungsband (German) here.
Our youngest student, Nikolaus Juch, and the head of IFE, Bernd Deutschmann, gave an interview to the magazine "Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik" (e&i) in 2018. Nikolaus talks a little about his current project, a singing tesla-coil, while Bernd fills us in about other projects and the research that is currently going on at the IFE. You can read the whole interview in German here.
The IFE now owns a Bulk Current Injection Test Setup according to the Standard ISO 11452-4. This setup can be used for Research, Development and Education. Beside other component test methods we now have one more powerful tool to investigate electronic systems and integrated circuits for automotive or other applications.
Hospital is a challenging environment, not only for people, but also for electronics. And in this challenging environment one has to be tough. In case of electronics it means tough against ionizing radiation or how we call it “RadHard”. For the past four years RadHard and HiRel team of IFE has worked on radiation hardened integrated circuits for next generation computed tomography, enabling faster and more reliable diagnostics. In this frame we have also took a more precise look at our “patient” – the microchip. In this experiment at LKH Graz back in 2016 we have investigated transients produced in a microchip by an X-ray pulse during a CT scan. Today our patient is well and healthy, ready to serve the mankind.