With our video series we want to give you insights into our competences, accompany our scientists and introduce you to our superwomen in science. Find out what motivates our employees and why they enjoy working at SAL, which innovative projects we are working on and how we want to unfold the future along the entire EBS value chain.
Cooperative research with SAL
The unique SAL cooperation model is characterized by the rapid implementation of innovative ideas and offers partners access to infrastructure and know-how along the entire value chain of electronic based systems.
With this model, we enable our partners to implement their research idea not only quickly and unbureaucratically, but we also finance 50% of the project costs. The industry partner contributes 25% in cash and 25% in in-kind services.
The IP rules for all our projects are in accordance with the European state aid law and every cooperation project is publicly and anonymously advertised for four weeks to enable other suited partners to take part.
Learn more: https://silicon-austria-labs.com/zusammenarbeit/kooperationsmodell
SAL's vision for a better future
With the pillars “EBS for Green”, “EBS for Austria” and “EBS for Europe”, SAL wants to further strengthen the Austrian and European EBS ecosystem and become a one-stop-shop for research in the field of electronic based systems.
Silicon Austria Labs - Your research center for electronic based systems
Silicon Austria Labs (SAL) is Austria's top research center for electronic based systems (EBS), which are the technological backbone of digitization. At three locations (Graz, Villach, Linz), SAL is conducting research in the areas of Microsystems, Sensor Systems, Power Electronics, Intelligent Wireless Systems and Embedded Systems to develop future-oriented solutions for industrial production, health, energy, mobility and safety.
SAL brings together key players from industry, science and research and thus valuable expertise and know-how and conducts cooperative, application-oriented research along the value chain. Cooperative projects are co-financed by SAL and enable a fast and unbureaucratic project start. SAL is thus shaping the high-tech locations Austria and Europe and "unfolds the future".
Join our team and help us shape the technologies of the future
At Silicon Austria Labs, 300 researchers and employees from 40 nations work on more than 100 research projects in the field of electronic based systems. We develop innovation technologies from chip to intelligent system. We are looking for enthusiastic people to join our team and help us create a smarter and greener future.
Meet Gleb, researcher in the field of Embedded Systems
Gleb relocated with his family to Graz and now works in the field of Embedded Systems on innovative projects around trustworthy systems.
You also want to shape future technologies? Then apply now: https://silicon-austria-labs.com/karriere/offene-stellen
Meet Venkata, researcher in the field of Intelligent Wireless Systems
Venkata was one of the first researchers to join SAL at our office in Linz. He appreciates working on projects with industrial and scientific partners.
You want to start your success story at SAL? Then apply now: https://silicon-austria-labs.com/karriere/offene-stellen
Meet Johanna, researcher in the field of Sensor Applications
You want to start your success story in research? In this video, our researcher Johanna talks about her career, her research in the field of flexible and printed electronics, and why she likes working at SAL.
You want to help Johanna and our team to shape the technologies of tomorrow? Apply now for a job at Silicon Austria Labs: https://silicon-austria-labs.com/karriere/offene-stellen
Slot-die coating at SAL
With slot-die coating, we can print at very high speeds over very long areas. It can be used for e.g. lighting such as organic LEDs or also solar cells in which you need to print large areas in a cost-effective manner. Our colleague Daniel explains the process in the video.
Screen printing at SAL
With the screen printer, we can print complex designs. There is a wide variety of inks that can be used because the viscosity range of inks that are compatible with screen printing are much larger than any competing technology. Our colleague Sherjeel exlplains the process in the video.
Pad printing at SAL
With the pad printer, we can print on curved surfaces, such as plants, devices etc. Our researcher Mani explains the process in the video.