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Inno­v­a­tive Sen­sor Tech­nol­o­gy IST AG, a swiss based com­pa­ny, well rec­og­nized for devel­op­ing and man­u­fac­tur­ing phys­i­cal and chem­i­cal sen­sors of out­stand­ing qual­i­ty and reli­a­bil­i­ty, mem­ber of the Endress+Hauser Group, has acquired Job­st Technologies.

Con­tin­u­ing serv­ing our cus­tomers from Freiburg with our full prod­ucts and ser­vices port­fo­lio we are look­ing for­ward to offer even more com­pre­hen­sive sup­ply and devel­op­ment solu­tions to our cur­rent and future cus­tomers in this new ben­e­fi­cial setting.

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We con­grat­u­late our co-work­er Michael Eck on his grad­u­a­tion to Dr. Ing. by the Fac­ul­ty of Engi­neer­ing of the Albert-Lud­wigs Uni­ver­si­ty of Freiburg.

The exper­i­men­tal part of Michael’s the­sis with the title „Per­for­mance enhance­ment of hybrid nanocrys­tal-poly­mer bulk het­ero­junc­tion solar cells: aspects of device effi­cien­cy, repro­ducibil­i­ty, and sta­bil­i­ty“ was done at the FMF, the Freiburg Mate­ri­als Research Cen­ter, with­in the Nanoscience Research Group of PD Dr. Michael Krüger.

Michael Eck has rejoined Job­st Tech­nolo­gies on August 2014. Already in between Octo­ber 2008 and Octo­ber 2009 Michael car­ried out an intern­ship, and con­duct­ed also his Diplo­ma the­sis in our com­pa­ny. He devel­oped an inte­grat­ed microflu­idic dial­y­sis mod­ule for biosen­sor mon­i­tored per­fu­sion cul­ti­va­tion of tumour cells.

 

tenth anniversary

2013 is a spe­cial year for Job­st Technologies.

Ten years ago, it began.

We are proud to cel­e­brate our 10-year anniver­sary in May.

Thank you very much for your support.

 

2 new Euro­pean projects have start­ed: LOVE-FOOD and Food­snif­fer. Read more…

 

MKMem­bio: New Nation­al Project (BMWi):

MKMem­bio: “Mikroflu­idis­che Uni­ver­salküvette und Ver­fahren zur Unter­suchung des Membranbiofoulings”

Microflu­idic Uni­ver­sal Appli­ca­tion Cuvette for micro­scop­ic and phys­i­cal inves­ti­ga­tion of mem­brane mate­ri­als and mon­i­tor­ing of mem­brane- bio­foul­ing in water treatment

ZIM-KF Project in coop­er­a­tion with Fraun­hofer IWM (Insti­tute for Mechan­ics of Mate­ri­als) in Halle