Future of electronics and photonics -
Scientific colloquium

The Institute of Electrical and Optical Communications Engineering (INT) has a tradition of more than 80 years at the University of Stuttgart. The INT focuses on the design of integrated electronic and photonic circuits.

This colloquium provides a discussion platform for future research topics in electronics and photonics.

We ask for registration no later than July 1, 2022

program and registration

Institute of Electrical and Optical Communications Engineering

Welcome to the Institute of Electrical and Optical Communications Engineering

The Institute of Electrical and Optical Communications Engineering (INT) has a more than 80-year tradition at the University of Stuttgart. The focus of INT is on the design of integrated electronic and photonic circuits. A core competence for more than a decade lies in the development of broadband electronic data converters and highly efficient optical fiber chip interfaces. The research field is broadened by energy-efficient neuronal circuits.

Close collaborations with national and international research institutions enable the design of future-oriented application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) in state-of-the-art semiconductor technologies, such as 22 nm FDSOI CMOS or 130 nm SiGe BiCMOS and silicon-based photonic integrated circuits (PICs). The research results are used in the field of wireless and optical communication technology, high-frequency measurement technology and sensor technology.

Institute of Electrical and Optical Communications Engineering
Institute of Electrical and Optical Communications Engineering
 

Institute of Electrical and Optical Communications Engineering

Pfaffenwaldring 47, 70569 Stuttgart

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