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Fraunhofer-Institut für Mikrotechnik und Mikrosysteme IMM

Carl-Zeiss-Str. 18-20
55129 Mainz
Germany
Tel.
+496131990 0
Fax
+496131990 205

www.imm.fraunhofer.de/

Short description

The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft is the leading organization for applied research in Europe. Its research activities are conducted by 72 institutes and research units at locations throughout Germany. With its clear focus on applied research and on future-oriented key technologies, the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft plays a central role in the innovation process in Germany and Europe. The research fields of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft comply with the needs of people. That is why the work of our scientists and developers has a large impact on the future life of people. We are creative, we shape technology, we design products, we improve processes, we open up new paths. We invent the future. As Fraunhofer IMM, we work in the fields of energy and chemical technology as well as analysis systems and sensors. Our scientists perform the transfer from the scientific idea towards innovation. Thereby, we are able to improve the reliability and efficiency of compact material and energy conversion systems as well as of decentralized, mobile power supply units. We increase process reliability and availability of materials, measurement data and information for product, manufacturing and analytical issues, also in the field of diagnostics. We improve the reliability of process monitoring and increase the robustness of sensors. Our laboratory and pilot scale system solutions can straightly and consistently be transformed into production scale. It is our mission to act in a professional, quality-conscious, economical and sustainable way taking our expertise as a foundation.

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    Microreactor for synthesis with Grignard reagents

    In 1912, Victor Grignard was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his discovery of what came to be known as Grignard reagents. Since then, these compounds have come to play a key role in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. Now, in a development by Fraunhofer researchers, a new t ... more

    Improved competitiveness through process intensification for the chemical industry

    The project COPIRIDE, partly funded by the EU Seventh framework programme for research and technological development, started. This project develops new technologies, processes and manufacturing concepts for the “plant of the future”. Thereby, not only an improvement of the efficiency and s ... more

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