... to the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (FB EI)
Additional time and support throughout your studies via "GettING Started" [read more here]
PLANNING YOUR STUDIES
STUDENTS' ADVICE TO FRESHMEN
Fabrice tells about his first-semester-experience and about the [International Buddy Program]
Questions regarding your studies? Our Secretary's office is at your service [Get in touch]
BEGINNING YOUR STUDIES
Dear Freshmen, follow this [link] for all relevant first-semester-information !
THE DEPARTMENT'S VIDEO GALLERY
Have a look at videos about our study programs, field trips or this year's summer fest [more]
ONLINE SCHEDULE VIA ORGANIZER
Use the "THM Organizer" to create your own interactive schedule online [more information]
W3+ FAIR IN WETZLAR (FEB. 21/22)
Students receive free entry to this year's optic fair "W3+" [more information]
TEAM WORK AND SUPPORT
Enjoy your studies with the help of 17 professors, 15 employees and a number of lecturers
ENERGY TRANSITION, INDUSTRY 4.0...
... Internet of Things. Find out more about the trendsetting topics we shape together [here]
GETTING TO KNOW THE INDUSTRY
Follow us on europe-wide field trips to learn directly from the industry.
10/2008 to 9/2011
Organic semiconductive materials allow for the manufacturing of electronical device components via conventional print procedures. “Printed electronics” is the umbrella term for the innovative development of new materials, which are to make these low-cost technologies competitive. As of yet, his technology is far from reaching the storage capacity and performance of silicon technology, which may even remain to be the case in the future. Nevertheless, this approach still has advantages to offer – especially with regards to fields such as applications for large-scale electronics (display, sensor surfaces, illumination systems, antenna etc.).
Digital Image Processing, Photonics and Microelectronics
The Hesse region is known for its high amount of companies from the optics and optoelectronics industries. Correspondingly, most of the subjects covered by our “Digital Image Processing, Photonics and Microelectronics” research group focus on the optoelectronical field.