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Feel what others see Feel what others see

How a tactile tablet could help visually impaired people get a feel for their surroundings

Perfect marks for Freiburg

Computer science and microsystems engineering take first place nationwide in terms of research-relevant indicators

Dr. Jan Burchard wins 2019 Südwestmetall Prize Dr. Jan Burchard wins 2019 Südwestmetall Prize

Every year, the association of metal and electrical industry employers in Baden-Württemberg awards the prize endowed with 5,000 euros to one researcher at each of the universities in the state for outstanding scientific achievements.

Education and Research at INATECH Education and Research at INATECH

In our vision, the development of new technical systems is guided by sustainability considerations. We contribute towards this aim with excellence in research and teaching.

Up to the fingertips Up to the fingertips

Researchers from the Laboratory for Biomedical Microtechnology are designing a prosthesis that makes movements tangible – Film!

EUR 3 million for Cytena GmbH EUR 3 million for Cytena GmbH

Two private investors and High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF) are convinced of single-cell isolation technology developed by the IMTEK-Spin-off.

Focus on transfer Focus on transfer

The University of Freiburg and the five Freiburg Fraunhofer Institutes jointly established the Sustainability Center in 2015. In the second funding phase running since January 2019, the Center will be seeking to strengthen its second pillar after basic research – application-oriented research. A “kickoff meeting” on 28 March 2019 will detail the planned activities.

Visions became reality! Visions became reality!

For major challenges, microsystems engineering develops solutions that are smaller than a human hair - for example, a complete laboratory on a chip. Microsystems engineering is used wherever intelligent, space-saving and energy-efficient solutions are required:

Saving lives and money Saving lives and money

SpinDiag’s technology detects antibiotic resistance in just 30 minutes - and gives germs less time to spread

Contactless current measurement Contactless current measurement

Microsystem engineer at the University of Freiburg receives the advancement award from the Forum Applied Computer Science and Microsystems Engineering

A boost for artificial intelligence A boost for artificial intelligence

How can a computer learn to generalize the knowledge contained in a huge dataset and to find solutions for complex problems on its own? This question is the focus of two new assistant professorships at the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Freiburg: Robot Learning and Representation Learning

Deep Learning for All Deep Learning for All

Freiburg computer scientists develop a user-friendly plug-in for the automated analysis of biomedical images

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