Students from Leibniz Universität Hannover on an excursion to ILFA

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A total of 16 students set off in mid-May with their professor and a research assistant to visit us at ILFA and take a close look at our production. The students from Leibniz Universität Hannover are enrolled on the nanotechnology degree programme, which they will complete with a Master of Science degree. Two of our colleagues were there exclusively for the students on the day, giving presentations, practical insights and, of course, a detailed tour of our production facilities.

Mr Peter Schittek shows the students how to work with printed circuit boards in our drilling and milling department
The students observe the fully automated drilling and deep milling process

The Nanotechnology degree programme is a four-semester, consecutive degree programme that builds on a Bachelor’s degree programme. The interdisciplinary degree programme is predestined to provide students with optimal conditions for further scientific activities. With the Hannover Centre for Production Technology (PZH) and the Laboratory for Nano and Quantum Engineering (LNQE), which opened in 2010, Leibniz University has state-of-the-art facilities for cutting-edge research and high-quality teaching in the field of nanotechnology.

In the wet systems area, the etching processes were shown and explained, among other things
Mr Nikolas Koulouris demonstrates the processes involved in the chemical laboratory and surface technology

The excursion was an entertaining experience for the students and for us. We hope we were able to answer all questions and make the processes of a modern PCB manufacturer sufficiently transparent. We are always happy to build a bridge to practice for those thirsting for knowledge.

The students of Leibniz University together with their professor and supervisors in front of the ILFA building
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