Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems

Fraunhofer ENAS - Your System and Technology Partner in the Field of Smart Systems Integration by using Micro and Nano Technologies

The particular strength of the Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS lies in the development of smart integrated systems for different applications. Fraunhofer ENAS develops single components, technologies for their manufacturing as well as system concepts and system integration technologies and transfers them into production. The institute offers research and development services from the idea, via design and technology development or realization based on established technologies to tested prototypes.



Fraunhofer ENAS at trade fairs and exhibitions in July

At the SEMICON West 2018 in San Francisco / USA, Fraunhofer ENAS attends within the framework of the Research Fab Microelctronics Germany at the booth 2519. On all exhibition days, the Research Fab offers exciting Keynote sessions about the topics Power Electronics, Smart Sensor Systems, Systems Integration Technologies und Communication Technologies.


CHEMNITZER SEMINAR »Materials and Technologies for MEMS Packaging«

In 2018, advanced electronic packaging materials, novel processes and technologies will be highlighted within the 28th Chemnitzer Seminar at Fraunhofer ENAS on June 12 and 13.



Final Report SSI 2018

Following two intensive days, the Smart Systems Integration 2018 has closed its doors in Dresden, Germany. The event ends with positive results and, once again, proves that it is a significant communication platform on innovative smart systems and their applications.


Annual Report 2017

The new annual report is available now.


For high-efficient computers using nanoscale biomolecules

Open Innovation Competition: Molecular encoding for biocomputation

Participate in the first open-innovation Bio4Comp Award for novel ideas that advance the field of parallel computing with biological agents. A chance to win 5000 Euro.



Leti and Fraunhofer team up to strengthen microelektronics innovation

First Focus Will Be on Extending CMOS and More-than-Moore Technologies for Next-generation Electronic Components; New Technologies Will Be Available to Companies Across Europe


Research Fab Microelectronics

To reinforce the position of Europe’s semiconductor and electronics industry within global competition, eleven institutes within the Fraunhofer Group for Microelectronics have, together with two institutes within the Leibniz Association, come up with a concept for a cross-location research factory for microelectronics and nanoelectronics.


Project Bio4Comp started

The project partners launch the five-year, 6.1 million euros EU-Horizon 2020 project that aims to build a new type of powerful computer based on biomolecules at the Lund University. Fraunhofer ENAS and Fraunhofer ISC join the project from Fraunhofer side.