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76131 Karlsruhe | Germany

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Welcome at the Helmholtz International Research School for Teratronics

Teratronics is a multi-disciplinary research field embracing key aspects of optics and photonics, high-frequency electronics, and high-speed digital signal processing. Teratronic systems are characterized by an intimate and inseparable co-integration of these elements.

The Helmholtz International Research School for Teratronics (HIRST) pursues an interdisciplinary approach in teaching and research that combines the traditional disciplines of physics, electrical engineering, computer science, and mechanical engineering. HIRST offers a training program that enables next-generation researchers to explore the immense potential of Teratronics.

We invite you to contribute to this strongly expanding research field. More information on our PhD program can be found here.



Technical Module
Technical Module: Digital Design and Test Automation Flow

February 19 - 23, 2018
the HIRST Technical Module "Digital Design and Test Automation Flow" is offered by the ITEC. You can find more information and registration details here!

Information and Registration
Call for Applications
Call for Application!

 You want to contribute to the strongly expanding research field of Teratronics? HIRST is calling for applications for a fully funded PhD degree! Apply until March 31, 2018!

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Prof. Koos Receives ERC Consolidator Grant

 The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded Prof. Christian Koos Consolidator Grants to fund his project in Photonic and Electronic Methods to Generate Terahertz Signals and make them usable for Data Transmission and Measurement Technology. Congratulations!

Further Information
Quantum Simulator
Quantum Simulator: First Functioning Component

HIRST PhD student Jochen Braumüller develops superconducting quantum simulator that outperforms conventional computer and may simulate complex biological processes, such as plant metabolism.

Read the press release here!