Smoothing the way for cross-border dialogue with international experts on miniaturized smart systems: At the conference, speakers from the worlds of science and industry present their latest research findings in a way that focuses on current practice and applications.
The technologies – smaller, more complex, smarter
The Smart Systems Integration combines various individual components to create a system that uses sensor technology to gather information on its environment, processes this information electronically, communicates signals and data, and actively outputs a response to its environment.
The conference and the accompanying exhibition provide a comprehensive practical overview of the latest developments, applications, and opportunities, as well as trends and visions.
Strong cooperation partners
When it comes to the conference content, Smart Systems Integration works closely with its cooperation partners, the Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems ENAS, Chemnitz, the Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration IZM, Berlin, and the European Technology Platform on Smart Systems Integration (EPoSS).
Thomas Gessner Award
The Thomas Gessner Award is a contribution of Fraunhofer ENAS to promote applied research by awarding a prize for excellent scientific work at the annual Smart Systems Integration Conference.
At the SSI2019 the Thomas Gessner Award will be granted first time. Interested scientists are invited to submit their documents in digital form until February 1, 2019.
Please follow this link for detailed information about the award.
Covering the entire value chain
As an international platform, the conference is held entirely in English. The conference covers a wide range of topics relating to applications, technologies, software and hardware, and business solutions.
- Make international contacts
- First-hand practical expertise
- Examples of market-ready implementation at the specialist exhibition
„This was a high quality conference and well organized with excellent keynotes, talks and poster presentations. It was also a great opportunity to meet new colleagues and build research partnerships for the future."