Science meets Industry

After three successful events in Dresden, Chemnitz and Freiberg, we would like to bring science and industry together again this year under the motto "Science meets Industry". Embedded in the "15th Silicon Saxony Day“, exciting projects await you in our session. Young researchers and startups have only 3 minutes to inspire you with their ideas.

Be there and take the opportunity to make new contacts and get an overview of current scientific research and technology developments.

These contributions await you:

  • Agile Hardware Development - The future of chip design
    Dr. Max Birtel | Kaiserslautern University of Technology
  • Better Electronic Precision Measurements with the Tensormeter
    Dr. Tobias Kosub | Helmholtz Center Dresden-Rossendorf
  • How few atomic layers significantly improve our every day's life
    Dr. Sebastian Lehmann | Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden
  • Targeted mapping by self-organized scouting drones swarm
    Dr. Sandra Lorenz | Helmholtz Institute Freiberg
  • FLEXISENS - ultra-thin magnetic field sensor for new fields of application
    Dr. Denys Makarov | Helmholtz Center Dresden-Rossendorf
  • Ready to use and secure AI supply
    Dr. Stephan Meschke | ScienceDesk GmbH
  • Secure and efficient analog IC design with EDA tools
    Benjamin Prautsch | Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, Department of Adaptive Systems Development EAS
  • Flexible Sensor Foils for Asset Management in Industry 4.0
    Michael Sawatzki | Dresden University of Technology / Flexora
  • Microstructured parylene surfaces for self-adhesive, adhesive-free and intelligent medical plasters
    Franz Selbmann | Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS
  • Functional safety rethought: safer vehicles with high efficiency through reduced redundancy
    Jens Warmuth | Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, Department of Adaptive Systems Development EAS

Our scientific advisor Prof. Dr. Stefan E. Schulz, Deputy Director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS and Honorary Professor at Chemnitz University of Technology will lead the session.