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by Dr. Giselher Herzer, Vacuumschmelze GmbH & Co. KG, Hanau 10.07.2018, 17:00 h, TF, Aquarium Abstract to be announced

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by Dr. Andreas Winkler, Leibniz Institut für Festkörper- und Werkstoffforschung Dresden, Germany 14.06.2018, 17:00 h, TF, Aquarium Abstract to be announced

Brain Signal Acquisition with Miniaturized Electronic Systems for the Investigation of Local Neural Networks

by Prof. Dr. Andreas Bahr, CAU Kiel, inaugural lecture 26.04.2018, 17:15 h, TF, Aquarium Abstract In neuroscience research the development of the brain and the treatment of diseases like certain forms of epilepsy are analyzed with genetic mouse disease models. For the special case of the recording from neonatal mice (2-3 cm, 3-5 g) an implantable system has been developed,…

Biomagnetic Sensing and Processing – Progress Using a Modular Approach

by Dr. Tilmann Sander-Thömmes, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Berlin, Germany 23.04.2018, 17:15 h, TF, Aquarium German title Biomagnetische Sensor- und Auswertesysteme - Fortschritt durch einen modularen Ansatz Abstract In the field of biomagnetism the application of mathematical algorithms has been as important as the hardware itself. Traditionally, the hardware (the sensor Array) was based on superconducting quantum interference devices (SQUIDs) and operated…

Applying Quantum Sensors

by Prof. Dr. Jörg Wrachtrup, Institute for Quantum Science and Technology, University of Stuttgart, Germany 19.04.2018, 17:00 h, TF, Aquarium Abstract The accuracy of measurements is limited by quantum mechanics. Ingenious demonstrations, like measuring gravitational fields or time have explored accuracy limits and reached fundamental obstructions. Yet, precision measurements so far are restricted to dedicated environmental conditions essentially excluding “every…

Small Angle Scattering from Nanoporous Materials for Actuation and Energy Applications

by Prof. Dr. Oskar Paris 08.02.2018, 17:00 h, TF, Aquarium Advanced functional materials for sensing, actuation, or energy storage are often based on highly porous materials with large surface area. They are typically organized at several length scales and their functionality critically depends on the pore geometry at the nanometre and sub-nanometre scale. The quantification of the interaction of the…



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