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, the only institute researching in the field of grinding technology anywhere in southern Germany, is fully integrated into the whole concept as an innovative centre of Research and Development. KSF is unique in that there is no other institute of precision grinding at any other university in Baden-Württemberg.