Tour 1: Leibniz-Institut für Kristallzüchtung (IKZ)

Aluminium Nitride Substrates for UVC Light Emitting Diodes and other crystalline materials

Aluminiumnitrid-Kristall (links) und -Substrat (rechts) mit 1 Zoll Durchmesser

The Leibniz-Institut für Kristallzüchtung (IKZ) in Berlin-Adlershof is an international state-of-the-art competence center for science & technology as well as service & transfer for innovations in and by crystalline materials. The R&D spectrum thereby ranges from basic over applied research activities up to pre-industrial research tasks.

Crystalline materials are key technology enabling components to provide electronic and photonic solutions to today´s and future challenges in society such as artificial intelligence (communication, mobility etc.), energy (renewable energies, power conversion etc.) and health (medical diagnosis, modern surgical instruments etc.).

The tour includes a short presentation of activities on aluminium nitride bulk crystal growth and substrate preparation at IKZ including a visit of the growth equipment and preparation laboratories. Additionally, activities on other semiconductor material like silicon or various oxides grown from the melt will be shown.

  • Min. number of participants: 5
  • Max. number of participants: 10
  • Meeting Point & Time: Hotel Lobby, 09:00

Due to COVID-19 and other communicable diseases, access may be restricted. There are currently no access restrictions for this location, but requirements are subject to change.

Leibniz-Institut für Kristallzüchtung (IKZ)

Max-Born-Straße 2
12489 Berlin, Germany

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