10th Fraunhofer Symposium


Smart systems are becoming more and more important in our daily life, e.g. in cars, efficient energy management, security applications, medical engineering, logistics and other applications.
The 10th Fraunhofer Symposium is held on Nov 26, 2014, and addresses especially smart systems for a secure world.

10:30 a.m. welcome and introduction
Prof. Thomas Gessner (Director Fraunhofer ENAS, Fraunhofer Project Center Sendai)
09:40 a.m. greetings
Yukimoto Ito (Vice Mayor City of Sendai)
Prof. Susumu Satomi (President Tohoku University)
Prof. Motoko Kotani (Executive Member Science Counsel Japan; Director WPI-Advanced Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University)
10:00 a.m. Keynote: Prof. Thomas Gessner (Fraunhofer ENAS;
Fraunhofer Project Center Sendai)
Smart Monitoring Systems
10:40 a.m.

Keynote: Prof. Masayoshi Esashi (Micro Integration Center, Tohoku University; Fraunhofer Project Center Sendai),
Kentaro Totsu (Micro Integration Center, Tohoku University)
MEMS Open Collaboration in Tohoku University

11:20 a.m. Dr. Marius Toader, Dr. Sascha Hermann, Jana Tittmann-Otto (cfaed, TU Chemnitz), Prof. Stefan Schulz (Fraunhofer ENAS)
Integration of Carbon Nanotubes in CNT-FETs by using with Wafer Level Approaches for high frequency analog integrated circuit electronic applications
11:50 a.m. Dr. Maik Wiemer (Fraunhofer ENAS)
Release of high thermal energy generated by integrated reactive multilayer systems
12:20 p.m. Prof. Masanori Muroyama (Micro Integration Center, Tohoku University)
Microsystem Integration by MEMS and LSI Technologies for Smart and Secure Human Support Robots and Other Applications
12:50 p.m. lunch break
14:00 p.m. Keynote: Prof. Klaus-Dieter Lang (Fraunhofer IZM)
Integration Technologies for Cyber Physical Systems – Challenges and Solutions
14:40 p.m. Keynote: Prof. Arnold van Zyl (President Technische
Universität Chemnitz)
The Innovation Eco System in Chemnitz - linking of education, research and industry
15:20 p.m. Prof. Shuji Tanaka (Micro/Nano Education Center,
Tohoku University; Fraunhofer Project Center Sendai)
Advanced Piezoelectric Thin Films and Devices
15:50 p.m. Andreas Ostmann (Fraunhofer IZM)
Embedding Technology - Today‘s Status and Future Applications
16:20 p.m. Dr. Kathleen Heinrich (merge, Fraunhofer ENAS)
Sensor integration for structural health monitoring in light weight structures
16:50 p.m. poster session
18:00 p.m. reception

The Fraunhofer Symposium is held in cooperation with City of Sendai and Tohoku University.
It is supported by MEMS Industry group.


The Fraunhofer Symposium takes place:

Sendai Sunplaza Crystal Room

The scientists of Fraunhofer ENAS present actual results of the Clusters of Excellence cfaed and MERGE.