The EPIGAP OSA Photonics Group EPIGAP OSA Photonics Group develops customized optoelectronic solutions for you and with you.


Martin Grünefeld

Vice President Project Management 

Focal points of our development offer

  • LED chip development (special geometries, point sources, monolithic display chips)
  • Device development (SMD LEDs, special designs, multichip)
  • Matched phosphor conversion (broadband emitter)
  • Optoelectronic modules (LED and sensor modules in chip-on-board and hybrid technology)
  • Process development for adapted chip and packaging technology

Typical process of a customer-specific module or component development

A typical development process consists of the following steps, although not all of them are mandatory.
After you have formulated your technical requirements to us and any queries have been clarified, we will submit a quotation to you.

Our offer includes a specification sheet, which contains a detailed schedule in addition to the technical specification.

After your order, a kick-off meeting will take place (online if necessary). From this point on, in addition to your sales contact, a technical project manager will be available to answer any questions you may have.

During the development process, your contacts will provide you with regular updates.

After completion of the design phase, you will receive the technical documentation for approval. Once approval has been given, prototype production begins. These are tested to the agreed extent after production.

The samples are delivered together with an initial sample test report summarizing the results. At this point, you will also receive feedback on where there is still potential for optimization from a production perspective.

After the samples have been approved by you and any necessary optimizations have been made, they are transferred to series production.

Developing the technologies of tomorrow - our funded projects

Together with partners from universities, research institutions and industry, EPIGAP OSA Photonics Group participates in the following current research projects funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

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