Last change of this information: 13.04.2020 12:45
Due to the current situation regarding the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 corona virus, the institute is closed for visitors. Until further notice, the consultation hours are limited to electronic means (phone, e-mail). Please also take note of the following:
Examinations are suspended!
According to the decision of the university management, the current examination period will be suspended. From March 14th 2020, no examinations will take place at the LUH. The start of the lecture period at Leibniz University Hannover will be postponed until 20 April 2020.
We will keep you informed about possible changes on our website. For questions please send an e-mail to the institute management.
More information from the university can be found here: https://www.uni-hannover.de/corona/
Teaching at the IMS in summer semester 2020 (NEW 13.4.)
In the upcoming summer semester, all lectures and seminars of the IMS will be held in an online form. The laboratories are planned as blocks at the end of the semester.
In the next days, detailed information on the the individual lectures etc. will be published on the website and in StudIP, also on the tools and support options offered by the IMS.
Despite the unusual circumstances, we at the IMS would like to offer you maximum support!
Institute of Microelectronic Systems
Thank you for visiting the Website of the Institute of Microelectronic Systems (IMS) at the Leibniz Universität Hannover. We are delighted to welcome you and take pleasure in presenting what opportunities are available for study and research at the IMS.
At IMS we constantly challenge the science surrounding the development of highly-integrated microelectronic circuits (chip design). This encompasses architecture concepts and their implementation based on highly integrated circuits and application in hardware demonstrators, power management circuits, methods for analogue/mixed signal and physical design, model-based design space exploration. Principal applications of the developped microelectronic systems currently under development include Biomedical Engineering, Power Electronics, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Digital Multi-media Signal Processing.
The Institute is divided into two research groups, Architecture and Systems and Design of integrated Mixed-Signal Circuits. Both groups, in combination, cover the full range of IC design competencies - digital, analog and mixed-signal.
This Website contains all relevant information regarding opportunities for study and research for interested school students and university students and also for potential project or research partners.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with us, we are more than happy to help.
Enjoy your visit to our website.