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Mehmed Đug - internship at Innovations for High Performance Microelectronics (IHP)
Feb 27, 2018

Mehmed Đug - internship at Innovations for High Performance Microelectronics (IHP)

Mehmed Đug, master student at Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, at the International Burch University (IBU), has conducted an internship at Innovations for High Performance Microelectronics (IHP) in the Frankfurt, Odra, in the Republic of Germany.


The IHP performs research and development in the fields of silicon-based systems, highest-frequency integrated circuits, and technologies for wireless and broadband communication. The focus of research at the institute is oriented towards issues relevant for business, resulting in applications for telecommunications, semiconductor and automotive industries, aerospace, telemedicine, and automation technologies. The institute has developed into an internationally recognized competence center for silicon-germanium technologies.

The IHP provides an important bridge between academia and industry. The Joint Labs with universities and universities of applied science in the Berlin-Brandenburg region have been particularly successful in this cooperation.

Cooperation between IHP and IBU was established last year, and this was the first successful example of that cooperation, where master students from the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering are working on their master thesis on prestigious institutes.

Based on his previous research and scientific work on the topic "Reliability of the system", Mehmed showed his interest in further education in this field of science. With the help of his professor and mentor Assist. Prof. Dr. Dejan Jokić, he managed to establish a collaboration with IHP that enabled him to undergo a three-month internship in its labs. With Prof. Dr. Miloš Krstić, who welcomed and hosted him warmly and professionally at the Institute together with other members, Mehmed worked on the project and further topics related to previously defined research topics.

"I am delighted with the work we have done at the Institute and the knowledge I have gained. I have also met a lot of colleagues from around the world. I am grateful to Assistant Prof. Dr. Dejan Jokić and Prof. Dr. Miloš Krstić who gave me this opportunity for my professional development, "said Mehmed Đug.

The Institute is interested in future cooperation with students who are ambitious and interested in the field of science from the Institute program.