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The research and development work conducted in the electronic systems testing laboratory focuses on improving and automating test procedures. Educational research projects, nationwide research projects, and tasks conducted as part of contract research are carried out in these areas.

Research areas:

    • Test development for integrated circuits
    • Test program optimization in terms of costs and test quality
    • Supporting the test through Design for Test (DfT) measures

      Research areas

      Current research projects

      • SAfEMiA - SAR ADC for Energy, Metering and Industrial Applications
        Funded by the “Zentrale Innovationsprogramm Mittelstand” (Central Innovation Programme for SMEs, ZIM) of the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology (BMWi). 15 November 2014 – 31 March 2017
        - Prof. Claus Kuntzsch
      • Emulation and rapid prototyping of electronic circuits for test program development before the components are available. - Prof. Claus Kuntzsch
      • PLC2PAR - Programmable Logic Controller goes Parallel
        Funded by Software Offensive Bavaria, Information and Communication Technology; 1 November 2013 - 31 January 2017
        Prof. Jürgen Bäsig


      • Collaboration with the company eesy-ic in Erlangen for the SAfEMiA project.
      • “Training in Test Engineering” competence network with the Chair of Technical Electronics of the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (annual joint summer school on “test engineering and test oriented circuit design” with lectures from industrial partners).