Center for Microinstruments (CfM)

  • Bouwstra, Siebe (Project Manager)
  • Hansen, Ole (Project Participant)
  • Jonsmann, Jacques (Project Participant)
  • Vestergaard, Ras Kaas (Project Participant)
  • Najafi, Khalil (Project Participant)
  • Ginnerup, Morten (Project Participant)
  • Crary, Selden (Project Participant)
  • Staunstrup, Jørgen (Project Participant)
  • Sparsø, Jens (Project Participant)

    Project Details


    CfM is a collaboration between the Department of Information Technology and the Microelectronics Centre, and is headed by professor Jørgen Staunstrup. CfM is established with a donation from the Thomas B. Thriges fund, while an associated graduate school financially supported by the Research Academy. CfM is supported by a range of Danish companies.
    The research activities of CfM focus on:
    - Computer Aided Engineering for micromechanical transducers
    - Smart transducers: design of sensors and actuators with integrated signal processing
    - Low power design for digital signal processors
    The tools and technologies developed within CfM are demonstrated in two main applications:
    - system level design of transducers, interfaces and digital circuit processors for hearing aids, and
    - topology optimized microactuators.
    Effective start/end date01/12/199701/01/2003

    Collaborative partners


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