Laboratory of Microsensor Structures and Electronics

The Laboratory for Microsensor Structures and Electronics - LMSE covers research and development of semiconductor structures, (smart) sensors, actuators, micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) and their electronics, from theoretical analysis to the development of test structures and elements, their characterisation and optimisation.

Typical LMSE products are based on micromachining of silicon and related materials and include photosensors, pressure sensors, temperature sensors, radiation sensors, 3D MEMS structures, microreactors, microfluidic structures, etc.

The LMSE also has a lively collaboration with students and young researchers interested in these research areas.

Piezoelectric elastomeric micro-pumps

Micro-pumps are the basic building blocks of microfluidic systems. Due to their small size, energy efficiency, low cost, high performance and reliability, they are spreading inexorably into important areas of human activity (lubrication systems, refrigeration systems, energy, biomedical, chemical engineering, pharmaceuticals).

LMSE has developed new types of microcontrollers with associated control modules, which have the advantage of increased functionality, lower manufacturing cost and higher performance and reliability than their competitors. The micro-pumps are upgraded with advanced integration of other fluidic, sensing and heating microelements to meet the needs of dedicated applications.



  • Mag. Uroš Aljančič univ. dipl. Eng. in Electrical Engineering
  • Prof. Dr. Slavko Amon Univ. Dipl. Phys.
  • Matjaž Cvar Eng. chem.
  • Assoc. prof. dr. Matej Možek univ. dipl. Eng. in Electrical Engineering
  • as. dr. Borut Pečar univ. dipl. Eng. in Electrical Engineering
  • Dr Drago Resnik, PhD, PhD, Sci. Eng. in Electrical Engineering
  • Dr Danilo Vrtačnik, PhD, PhD, Sci. Eng. in Electrical Engineering

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University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Tržaška cesta 25, 1000 Ljubljana

E: T: 01 4768 411