Innovative products increasingly require system integration of components from different technologies, e.g. microelectronics, microoptics and micromechanics. The challenge in designing systems is to precisely capture the interaction of the individual system components and to combine the dedicated design tools from the respective fields at different levels of abstraction. Increasing complexity and economic constraints thereby intensify the requirements for productivity, quality and cost efficiency.

ITIV is therefore working on methods and computer-aided tools for an integrated and largely automated design process. The suitability of the developed concepts is proven by the realization of electronic systems and microsystems. Typical tasks and project focuses of the various working groups are in the areas of automotive, medical technology, telecommunications, system on chip and sensor technology.

Working groups

Embedded Electronic Systems

...with a focus on system-on-chip integration, architecture design and application-specific EDA processes

Group Prof. Becker
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Systems Engineering

...with processes and methods from "agile" to "V" for the design of embedded systems and system networks

Group Prof. Sax
Microsystem Technology and Optics

...with research focus on medical technology and industrial metrology

Group Prof. Stork