Jacqueline Kamp

Jacqueline Kamp holds a combined bachelor’s degree with a major in cultural history and theory and a minor in history. In May 2021, she took over an editorial position in the marketing department of Fraunhofer IZM and is now a regular contributor to the RealIZM blog. On top of her work with IZM, she is currently completing her master’s degree in cultural history and theory at the Humboldt University of Berlin.

Adhesive-free fused silica fiber joints made possible by direct laser welding

Fused silica may be expensive and complicated to produce, but the laser welding process developed at Fraunhofer IZM, which uses it as a connection for photonic chips, is something of a revolution. Welding with a CO2 laser enables robust and…

Klebstofffreie Quarzglas-Faser-Verbindungen dank direktem Laserschweißen

Quarzglas ist teuer und kompliziert herzustellen. Trotzdem ist das am Fraunhofer IZM entwickelte Laserschweißverfahren, bei dem Quarzglas als Verbindung für photonische Chips benutzt wird, eine kleine Revolution. Durch das Schweißen mit einem CO2-Laser können robuste und langhaltende Verbindungen klebstofffrei an…

Behind the Scenes: Introducing the New RealIZM Team

With more than 400 employees at three locations in Germany and laboratory space of over 8,000 square meters, the Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration IZM is working on technologies and making innovative ideas happen in the field of microelectronics….