The Microsystems Technology Research Group in the Micro Lab on the Furtwangen Campus has a 270 m² clean room and extensive facilities for micro and nano processing.

Our master's students can also take advantage of the extensive facilities and broad R&D activities of our external partners, the NMI Institute (Natural and Medical Sciences Institute) at the University of Tübingen and Hahn-Schickard (Institute for Micro and Information Technology) in Villingen-Schwenningen.

In this cooperation model there is a close interconnection of specialist training and applied research which allows students to profit from insights into current research.

The Institute of Precision Machining (KSF) at Furtwangen University is also a very important partner. KSF is unique in that it is not only the only research institute at any university in Baden-Württemberg, it is also the only institute researching in the field of grinding technology anywhere in southern Germany.