Institut für Mikroelektronik Stuttgart


We research and develop innovative applications in micro electronics and nano technology. Being a member of the Innovation Alliance Baden-Württemberg, we engage in technological transfer to industry.
We combine university research and industrial applications by supporting reliable small-series production.


We are continuously engaged in a variety of exciting research projects
• Lithography processes
• Medical technology
• Optics and photonics
• Smart sensor technology
• Industry 4.0
• Artificial intelligence


With our below business areas we cover a broad spectrum of innovative microelectronics and nano technologies
• Integrated Circuits & Systems
• Imaging Sensors
• Semiconductor Integration
• M(E)MS Technologies
• Nanostructuring


Join our team and get involved with exciting research topics. For students of various disciplines from universities and colleges, we continuously offer bachelor and master theses.



Federal Research Minister Anja Karliczek has announced the winners of the first round of the “Clusters4Future” competition sponsored by BMBF (Federal Ministry of Education and Research) in Berlin. 

Minister of Economic Affairs, Dr. Nicole Hoffmeister-Kraut, has congratulated the Zeiss company in Oberkochen and the Ditzingen-based Trumpf company on being awarded the Deutscher Zukunftspreis 2020 by the German president.

The Ministry of Economics, Labor and Tourism Baden-Württemberg is funding the joint project DoRiE.

The aim of the BMBF-funded project is the development of an intelligent implant to measure blood sugar levels up to the in vivo proof of concept.

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