You have two options for visits to the lab or CeTI partners: Lab tour on campus OR visit Wandelbots.
We will split the groups on campus into two groups. One will go to ITM first and the other to circuits and flexible electronics. After that we will swap.
The group that goes to Wandelbots will stay there the whole morning.
Stop 1: Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology
You all know our glove!
On our lab tour, we will show you the path from yarn to smart textile and much more about functionalized textiles. You will also have the chance to explore the world of textiles in practice.
Walter-Frenzel-Bau der TU Dresden
George-Bähr Straße 3c
Stop 2: Circuit Design
In our lab at the Chair of Circuit Design and Network Theory we verify the functionality of our designed electronics. Most of the time, we are designing very small microchips (e.g. 0.5 mm x 0.3 mm). When you are opening an electronic device you will typically find such microchips in a black package mounted on a printed circuit board (PCB). If you want to get an idea how an unpackaged chip looks like under the microscope and how such a chip can be tested, join our lab tour.
Meeting point: At the fountain in front of the Barkhausen Bau, Helmholtzstraße 18, 01069 Dresden
Important note: The current corona regulations allow only 4 people at a time in our lab. If the regulations remain this strict a lab tour is not possible.
Stop 3: Electronic Packaging Technology
At the Institute of Electronic Packaging Technology we integrate the microchips to a package followed by a mounting process on printed circuit boards to an electronic module. Today these modules must not be rigid, furthermore they can be three-dimensional, flexible or stretchable in order to support many applications. If you want to get an idea about the different technologies to build up such an electronic system, join our Lab tour.
Meeting Point: At the fountain in front of the Werner-Hartmann-Bau, Nöthnitzer Str. 66, 01069 Dresden
Important Note: The current corona regulations allow only 4 people per group at a time in our Lab. Two groups are possible. If the regulations remain this strict a Lab tour is not possible.