Events / Exhibitions

Details relating to upcoming events and trade fairs in which Fraunhofer FHR will participate can be found on the following pages.

Details relating to past events can be found here.

reset
  • Nürnberg / 06/23/2020 - 06/25/2020

    Sensor and Test 2020

    SENSOR + TEST 2020
    © AMA Service GmbH

    As one of the leading European institutes, the Fraunhofer Institute for High Frequency Physics and Radar Technology FHR conducts comprehensive research in the field of high frequency and radar technology. The core topics of the research work are sensors for the most precise determination of distance or position as well as imaging systems. The application spectrum of these devices ranges from systems for reconnaissance, surveillance and protection to real-time capable sensors for traffic and navigation as well as quality assurance and non-destructive testing. Here, Fraunhofer FHR cannot be missing and will present its latest achievements at the booth of the Forschungsfabrik Mikroelektronik Deutschland.

    more info
  • Remagen, Germany / 07/03/2020 - 07/10/2020

    12th International Summer School on Radar/SAR

    International Summer School on Radar/SAR

    Fraunhofer FHR cordially invites you to join us for our 12th International Summer School on Radar / SAR. We offer the unique opportunity to gain an in-depth education on radar and synthetic aperture radar (SAR) techniques by distinguished international lecturers. Our programme covers a wide range from radar fundamentals over state-of-the-art Radar/SAR systems to sophisticated array signal processing techniques.

    more info
  • Mainbuilding RWTH Aachen / 07/09/2020, 10:00 - 16:30

    bonding AutomotiveDay Aachen 2020

    The terahertz line scan camera, which was developed by Fraunhofer FHR, allows the sorting of colored and black plastics according to type.
    © Fraunhofer FHR

    No matter if you’re looking for a position as student assistant, intern, for your bachelor’s or master’s thesis or even your Ph.D. – with Fraunhofer you get hands-on experience from the start! So set an exclamation mark to your CV by joining one of Europe’s largest research institutes for radar and high frequency technology. Fraunhofer FHR designs, develops and implements complex high-frequency systems, executing each step in-house. The application spectrum ranges from reconnaissance, surveillance and protection systems to real-time capable sensors for traffic and navigation as well as quality assurance and non-destructive testing. At Fraunhofer FHR, we often look for employees from the fields of electrical engineering, physics and mathematics. We’re looking forward meeting you!

    more info
  • Utrecht, Netherlands / 09/15/2020 - 09/17/2020

    EuMW 2020

    EuMw2020
    © European Microwave Week

    The European Microwave Week 2020 takes place in Utrecht! European Microwave Week 2020 brings industry and science together and is a six-day event, including three state-of-the-art conferences and an exciting trade and technology show with leading players from around the world.

    more info
  • Firenze Fiera Congress & Exhibition Center / 09/21/2020 - 09/25/2020

    IEEE Radar Conference 2020

    © IEEE

    A radar revolution is on the way, made possible by the rapid development of digital electronics and supported by new innovative architectures, advanced components, novel waveforms and sophisticated processing techniques.

    more info
  • Essen, Germany / 09/22/2020 - 09/25/2020

    Security Essen 2020

    In its role as one of the leading European institutes, Fraunhofer Institute for High Frequency Physics and Radar Techniques FHR conducts extensive research in the area of high frequency and radar techniques. The research activities at FHR focus on imaging systems and sensors for highest precision range or position determination. The application spectrum of these devices ranges from reconnaissance, surveillance and protection systems to real-time capable sensors for traffic and navigation as well as quality assurance and non-destructive testing.

    more info
  • Telekom Dome Bonn / 10/29/2020, 10:00 - 17:30

    Karrieretag Bonn 2020

    © Kalaydo GmbH & Co. KG

    Whether as a specialist, scientist, student assistant, intern, for your dissertations or doctoral thesis - gain practical experience during your studies and set a milestone in your scientific career at one of the largest radar research institutes in Europe. Fraunhofer FHR develops radar systems from concept to finished prototype. They are used for quality assurance in industry, on various vehicles, for the observation of near-earth space and for environment, defence and security. At Fraunhofer FHR, students of electrical engineering, physics and mathematics are most frequently in demand.

    more info
  • Bendplatz Aachen / 11/03/2020, 9:30 - 16:30

    bonding Aachen 2020

    The terahertz line scan camera, which was developed by Fraunhofer FHR, allows the sorting of colored and black plastics according to type.
    © Fraunhofer FHR

    No matter if you’re looking for a position as student assistant, intern, for your bachelor’s or master’s thesis or even your Ph.D. – with Fraunhofer you get hands-on experience from the start! So set an exclamation mark to your CV by joining one of Europe’s largest research institutes for radar and high frequency technology. Fraunhofer FHR designs, develops and implements complex high-frequency systems, executing each step in-house. The application spectrum ranges from reconnaissance, surveillance and protection systems to real-time capable sensors for traffic and navigation as well as quality assurance and non-destructive testing. At Fraunhofer FHR, we often look for employees from the fields of electrical engineering, physics and mathematics. We’re looking forward meeting you!

    more info
  • Leipzig / 03/29/2021 - 04/01/2021

    EuSAR 2021

    EuSAR - European Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar
    © VDE

    EUSAR, the European Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar, is the world leading international conference dedicated to SAR techniques, Technology and applications.

    more info