Micro and Precision Devices

Links to ISIS-Website Project Micro and Precision Devices

Projekte Mikro- und Feingeräte - Bachelor | https://isis.tu-berlin.de/course/view.php?id=38335

Projekte Mikro- und Feingeräte - Master | https://isis.tu-berlin.de/course/view.php?id=38336

Project implementation

The implementation of the project is supervised individually depending on the project requirements and difficulties. The work on the projects is accompanied by meetings with the supervisor.

Kick-off meeting

  • Presentation of the project contents and the working environment

Periodical meetings during the project

  • Exchange of information
  • Guidance for learning the experimental skills and/or simulation calculations
  • Individual consulting

Final meeting

  • Final presentation of the project progress and results

Content of project


Design, experimental, analytical, metrological tasks depending on requirements from the various fields of precision engineering and microtechnology, e.g.

  • product developments from microfluidics, -optics and -actuators.
  • Developments and modifications of manufacturing processes such as precision machining, micro injection molding, micro embossing techniques, laser machining, photolithography, coating and etching techniques.


The project should include the following:

  • Introduction to the subject
  • Project planning, time and cost management
  • Literature and patent research
  • Defining requirements and translating them into specifications
  • Systematic development of different designs and solutions
  • Analytical estimations and computer-aided simulations to optimize the chosen solution
  • Procurement and/or production of the subcomponents
  • Assembly, commissioning and testing of the product or functional unit
  • Written documentation and oral presentation of the course of the project and the results achieved

Project topic selection

Stefan Kühne ()

Marco Jagodzinski ()

Markus Malcher ()

Anja Marckwardt ()

Daniel Rolón ()

Eugenia Bosler ()

Julian Kober ()

Paul Kastl ()

David Löwen ()

Information/assignment of topics for project work can be obtained in the office hours: Room PTZ 102, Thursdays 2 - 4 p.m.