Studienarbeiten MWT

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  • 18.01.2018

    Analysis of calibration errors in On-Wafer 1-Port reflect measurements of capacitances

    Supervising tutor: Dominik Walk

    Bachelor/Master Thesis

    Tunable capacitors (varactors) currently are thoroughly investigated for meeting constantly tightening requirements from modern communication links, e.g. in tunable matching networks or phase shifters. Varactors based on the ferroelectric material Barium Strontium Titanate (BST) show promising properties (low loss, high tunablity, high integrability) and are one central topic of research at the IMP.

  • 01.01.2017

    Bachelor / master thesis in the field of biomedical applications

    Fig. 1: Overview of realized planar sensors. a) Position and velocity sensor, b) CPW sensor for level monitoring, c) CPW sensor with microfluidic channels for analysis of biological cells, d) Microstrip excited split-ring resonator sensor for analysis of
    Fig. 1: Overview of realized planar sensors. a) Position and velocity sensor, b) CPW sensor for level monitoring, c) CPW sensor with microfluidic channels for analysis of biological cells, d) Microstrip excited split-ring resonator sensor for analysis of

    Supervising tutors: Carolin Reimann, Sönke Schmidt, Martin Schüßler

    Bachelor/Master Thesis

    The Biomedical applications group from IMP focus its research on developing planar microwave sensors arrays for analysis and treatment in biomedical applications. All studied sensors have in common that they transduce the dielectric properties of materials under test (MUT) in their direct vicinity into an electric signal.