Leibniz-Institut für Kristallzüchtung im Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. (IKZ) - Firma in Berlin

Leibniz-Institut für Kristallzüchtung im Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. (IKZ)

Max-Born-Straße 2, 12489 Berlin

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+49 30 6392-3000 +49 30 6392-3003

Contact

Prof. Dr. Thomas Schröder +49 30 6392-3001 direktor@ikz-berlin.de

Focus

The Leibniz-Institut für Kristallzüchtung (IKZ) in Berlin-Adlershof is an international state-of-the-art competence center for science & technology as well as service & transfer for innovations in and by crystalline materials. The R&D spectrum thereby ranges from basic over applied research activities up to pre-industrial research tasks.

Category

  • Research and De­vel­op­ment
  • Production: Materials

News

New DFG project on neuromorphic applications of ferroelectric layers
New DFG project on neuromorphic applications of ferroelectric layers
IKZ researchers investigate the relationship between structural and electrical changes during switching of ferroelectric layers
IKZ and IHP plan cooperation for the integration of crystalline III-V platelets on silicon
IKZ and IHP plan cooperation for the integration of crystalline III-V platelets on silicon
Development of a new transfer process could bring out the next generation devices for 5G and 6G applications
Dynamics of ferroelectric phase transitions – a new research focus at the IKZ
Dynamics of ferroelectric phase transitions – a new research focus at the IKZ
Fundamental materials science research on ferroelectric thin films will enable active cooling in integrated electronic components
Rubies in the spotlight
Rubies in the spotlight
The Optical Society (OSA) chooses publication with IKZ participation as “Spotlight” of the month
Discover the possibilities!
Discover the possibilities!
How an apprentice, a researcher, and a young entrepreneur explore Adlershof
New DFG research group on mixed crystals of lithium niobate and lithium tantalate
New DFG research group on mixed crystals of lithium niobate and lithium tantalate
IKZ is member of the new research group “Periodic Low-Dimensional Defect Structures in Polar Oxides”