Research Centre for Microtechnology

One of the central requirements of modern times is to build products and its individual components as small as humanly possible; this approach applies to mechanic components and chips, as well as implants. By achieving this goal, products are usually lighter in weight, use less energy, are more cost efficient, have a whole range of different functions and may also be produced in huge bulks. This is where the Research Centre for Microtechnology plays a key role: it supports interested parties and companies with the development of various micro-technical production techniques and components of micro systems.

The core areas of the Research Centre for Microtechnology are:

  • the development and production of micro systems
  • the development of processes for micro-technical manufacture
  • the research and development for industrial applications
  • the fabrication of prototypes and studies on feasibility
  • scanning electron microscopy and the analysis of materials.

Contact persons Research Centre for Microtechnology

Johannes Edlinger

Mag. Dr. Johannes Edlinger
Head of Research Centre

 +43 5572 792 7200
 +43 5572 792 9501
johannes.edlinger@fhv.at

Monika Gmeiner

Monika Gmeiner
Administration

+43 5572 792 3500
monika.gmeiner@fhv.at

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