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CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik

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Exhibition stand
Hall 4, Stand F34
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Topic: German Pavilion - Thuringia
Co-exhibitor with
LEG

Company Data

CiS Forschungsinstitut für
Mikrosensorik GmbH

Konrad-Zuse-Str. 14
99099 Erfurt
Germany
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Fax: +49 361 6631 413

Contact(s)

Ms. Uta Neuhaus
Presse
Ms. Sabrina Schambach
Messeplanung
Mr. Dr. Klaus Ettrich
Messestandbetreuung
Mr. Prof. Dr. Thomas Ortlepp
Geschäftsführer
Mr. Thomas Brock
Geschäftsführer
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Facts

Type of company
Research

No. of employees
101-250 (Status: 2017)

Company profile

CiS Forschungsinstitut is a non-profit organization. It is an industry-oriented research institution focused on the development of microsystem technology, microsensors, sensor systems and silicon detectors. Providing mainly application-oriented research and development, we serve industrial enterprises and the public sector alike. Built on more than 20 years of "competence in silicon", its expertise extends from research to development to small volume series production. The CiS Forschungsinstitut is an institute affiliated to Ilmenau University of Technology and supports the transfer of knowledge.
On behalf of and supported by Federal and State ministries and offices, advanced research projects are undertaken, which contribute to innovations in the private and public sector.

Certified QM System DIN EN ISO 9001-2008

Products

R&D-Project

Advanced UV for Life

Flexible and efficient assembly of UV-LEDsread more

R&D-Project

Barometric MEMS pressure sensor

The outstanding long-term stability, the high reliability and measuring accuracy as well as the chemical resistance of the media-contacting surfaces are the hallmarks of the new MEMS pressure sensors of CiS. Without protective buffer or seal in the form of oils or elastomeric layers, the sensor elements ...read more

R&D-Project

Fast and small spectral sensors for FBG

With stacked silicon photodiodes and refined optical thin film filters, spectrally sensitive detectors can be developed that can replace conventional, expensive spectrometers needed for special applications. A further feature of such spectral sensors is the elimination of measurement errors caused by ...read more

R&D-Project

Multi Lambda UV LED

Stable UV LED Moduleread more

R&D-Project

RISEQ Light Sensor

The CiS Research Institute has developed a tiny microchip for the determination of the direction of incident light. The small design and the easy integration as well as the cost-saving MEMS manufacturing technology suitable for mass production characterize the new component. The monolithic sensor is ...read more

R&D-Project

Smart Bolts

Smart Boltsread more

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