Gas and Process Technology

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Spectroscopy and Process Analytics


Rapid gas measurement

Detection of gas concentrations in gas mixtures via filter-based infrared spectroscopy.

Online process monitoring of liquids

Analysing liquids by means of ATR spectroscopy.


Raman spectroscopy

Complete gas characterization with a single technique.

Fast QCL-spectrometer for engine exhaust measurements

Measure emission peaks and optimize motor management.

Multi reflection gas measurement cells

Detection of low gas concentrations and analysis of complex gas mixtures.

Measuring aerosol particle distributions

From microorganisms to particulate matter.


C-Wave, an optical parametric oscillator (OPOs), is characterized by its wide tunability and high emission power over the entire spectral range. C-Wave was developed by Fraunhofer IPM, the University of Freiburg and Hübner GmbH & Co KG

Optical Parametric Oscillators

Continuous-wave, single-frequency lasers:
powerful tools for a wide range of


Mid-infrared spectrometer

Nonlinear optical upconversion into the
very-near-infrared range


PCI spectrometer

Absorption spectroscopy of transparent optical materials

Integrated Sensor Systems


Semiconductor gas sensors

Using thin and thick film technology.

Colorimetric gas sensors

Small, flexible and low-cost gas sensors reliably measure various gases.

Photoacoustic gas measurement system

Miniaturized photoacoustic gas measurement system with thermal emitter.

Infrared emitter for gas sensors

Microstructured, modulated IR emitter.

Networked sensor systems for decentralized monitoring

»Sensor nodes« measure various parameters directly at the hazard point and communicate with each other.

Thermal Measurement Techniques and Systems



Microfluidic low cost calorimeters on flexible substrates for biological and chemical applications.

Measuring with a touch

Evaluating material properties by touching with a µ-structured sensor.

High-temperature Hall measurement station

Material characterization at 900 K