SENSOR 2017

Conference Program

Tuesday, 30 May 2017
10:00-11:45 Opening Ceremony
, Room Brüssel 2, NCC Mitte

Chairs:
G. Gerlach, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
R. Lerch, University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen (Germany)

10:00 Opening speech

10:15 Presentation of the AMA Innovation Award 2017

10:45 Pictures of the Nominates

11:00 1. Plenary Talk
          Microphones MEMS development towards high SNR
          Dr. A. Dehé, Infineon Technologies AG, Neubiberg (Germany)

11:45 Lunch Break

 
  • Tuesday, 30 May 2017
    • 13:30 - 15:00 A1: Magnetic Sensors
      Room Brüssel 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair K. Pfaller, Audi AG, Ingolstadt (Germany)
       
      • 13:30 A1.1 Monolithic digital magnetic Hall sensor with two measurement paths for an ASIL D application
        F. Rasbornig, W. Granig, Infineon Technologies Austria AG, Villach (Austria); J. Cunha, Infineon Technologies AG, Neubiberg (Germany)
         
      • 14:00 A1.2 Surprising advances in magnetic encoder performance – do not expect only better accuracy
        T. Becker, T. Materne, BOGEN Electronic GmbH, Berlin (Germany); S. C. de Freitas, F. Franco, INESC Microsystems & Nanotechnologies, Lisbon (Portugal)
         
      • 14:20 A1.3 Using magnetoresistive sensors in high-temperature applications
        R. Slatter, R. Buß, Sensitec GmbH, Lahnau (Germany)
         
      • 14:40 A1.4 A New Approach for a planar miniaturized high sensitivity PCB-based fluxgate sensor design
        M. Lenzhofer, M. Ortner, CTR Carinthian Tech Research AG, Villach; G. Schulz, J. Stahr, AT&S Austria Technologie & Systemtechnik AG, Leoben (Austria)
         
    • 13:30 - 15:00 B1: Impedance Spectroscopy
      Room München 1, NCC Mitte
      Chair E. Starke, SICK Engineering GmbH, Ottendorf-Okrilla (Germany)
       
      • 13:30 B1.1 Thermal-electrical impedance spectroscopy for fluid characterization
        M. Jägle, H.-F. Pernau, M. Pfützner, M. Benkendorf, X. Li, M. Bartel, O. Herm, S. Drost, D. Rutsch, J. Wöllenstein, Fraunhofer-Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques, Freiburg; A. Jacquot, Lörrach (Germany)
         
      • 14:00 B1.2 Capacitive fill-level measurement using configurable electrodes for adaptivity
        C. Kandlbinder, T. Sporer, T. Siegel, P. Mößle, A. Fischerauer, T. Zürl, G. Fischerauer, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth (Germany)
         
      • 14:20 B1.3 Characterization of the spatial resolution capability of a novel carbon fibre strain sensor based on characteristic impedance measurements
        R. Höhne, P. Kostka, N. Modler, Technical University of Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
         
      • 14:40 B1.4 Determining fractional Zener model parameters from low-frequency DMA measurements
        N. Feldmann, F. Bause, B. Henning, Paderborn University, Paderborn (Germany)
         
    • 13:30 - 15:00 C1: Acoustic Methods I
      Room München 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair R. Lucklum, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Magdeburg (Germany)
       
      • 13:30 C1.1 High-resolution ultrasonic spectroscopy
        V. Buckin, M. Caras Altas, University College Dublin, Dublin (Ireland)
         
      • 14:00 C1.2 A spectral approach to acoustic absorption measurement
        L. Claes, R. Chatwell, J. Vrabec, B. Henning, Paderborn University, Paderborn (Germany)
         
      • 14:20 C1.3 Statistically robust industrial process control using an airborne, non-contact, optical ultrasound sensor
        B. Fischer, T. Herbst, T. Heine, W. Rohringer, XARION Laser Acoustics GmbH, Vienna; P. Drmota, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna (Austria)
         
      • 14:40 C1.4 A selective algorithm for wireless temperature monitoring of a rotational mold casting process with surface acoustic wave (SAW) sensors
        M. Yudytskiy, S. Fischer, R. Fachberger, sensideon GmbH, Wels (Austria)
         
    • 13:30 - 15:00 D1: 3D-Printed Sensors and Systems
      Room Mailand, NCC Mitte
      Chair F. Lucklum, Universität Bremen, Bremen (Germany)
       
      • 13:30 D1.1 A toolbox for 3D printing of sensors
        S. J. Leigh, University of Warwick, Coventry (United Kingdom)
         
      • 14:00 D1.2 Development of labs-on-a-chip by inkjet 3D printing
        R. Walczak, K. Adamski, W. Kubicki, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Wroclow (Poland)
         
      • 14:20 D1.3 Embedded sensing: making the best of 3D printed sensors
        G. J. M. Krijnen, A. Dijkshoorn, P. Werkman, M. Welleweerd, G. Wolterink, J. Delamare, R. Sanders, University of Twente, Enschede (The Netherlands)
         
      • 14:40 D1.4 3D printed machine parts: functionalization during additive fabrication
        D. Gräbner, G. Dumstorff, F. Lucklum, University of Bremen, Bremen (Germany)
         
    • 15:00 - 16:30 Poster Session
      Room Foyer Room Brüssel, NCC Mitte
       
      • P1: Materials and Technology
        • P1.1 Manufacture of electrodes entirely made of modified PDMS
          A. Brensing, R. Ruff, K.-P. Hoffmann, Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Sulzbach (Germany)
           
        • P1.2 Determination of the degree of cross-linking and curing with single-sided NMR
          N. Halmen, C. Kugler, T. Hochrein, P. Heidemeyer, M. Bastian, SKZ - German Plastics Center, Wuerzburg (Germany)
           
        • P1.3 Cannceled  
        • P1.4 Dense ceramic NTC thermistor films produced at room temperature by the novel aerosol deposition method (ADM) for temperature sensor applications
          M. Bruckner, J. Kita, R. Moos, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth; C. Münch, Vishay Electronic GmbH, Selb (Germany); S. Schuurman, V. Poulain, Vishay Resistors Belgium BVBA, Brüssel (Belgium)
           
        • P1.5 Structuring of spintronic sensors by Ion beam milling with in-situ insulator deposition
          M. Nestler, S. Rumbke, E. Loos, scia Systems GmbH, Chemnitz; A. Böhnke, N. Dohmeier, Bielefeld University (Germany)
           
        • P1.6 New materials, processes and design methods for the chip mounting of high-temperature sensors
          J. Wilde, N. Subbiah, M. Feißt, R. Zeiser, University of Freiburg, Freiburg (Germany)
           
        • P1.7 New sensor concept for a portable motion induced eddy current testing system
          J. M. Otterbach, R. Schmidt, S. Gorges, H. Brauer, M. Ziolkowski, K. Zimmermann, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Ilmenau (Germany)
           
      • P2: Mechanical Sensors
        • P2.1 Novel simulation algorithms for developing measuring techniques for multichannel ultrasonic microscopy
          M. Wolf, E. Kühnicke, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
           
        • P2.2 Canceled  
        • P2.3 Canceled  
        • P2.4 Printed embedded transducers including additional on-substrate signal evaluation
          H. Enser, J. K. Sell, B. Jakoby, M. Schatzl-Linder, B. Strauß, W. Hilber, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Linz (Austria)
           
        • P2.5 Reliability and long-term stability of the mounted silicon strain gauges for precision measurements
          T. Frank, A. Cyriax, A. Gruen, M. Kermann, T. Ortlepp, CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik GmbH, Erfurt (Germany)
           
        • P2.6 Structurally integrated joint torque sensors in an assistive upper limb exoskeleton
          M. Hessinger, S. Lotichius, J. Krenzer, E. Christmann, J. Hielscher, R. Werthschützky, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt (Germany)
           
        • P2.7 Situation detection in a movement-assistive device
          J. Hielscher, A. Horn, M. Grün, M. Hessinger, M. Schindler, F. Bauer, R. Werthschützky, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt (Germany)
           
        • P2.8 Left-handed material-graphene waveguide sensor
          M. M. Shabat, K. K. Abushaara, Islamic University, Gaza, Gaza Strip; Z. I. Al-Sahharb, Al-Aqsa University, Gaza, Gaza Strip (Palestine)
           
        • P2.9 Acoustic material characterization of additively manufactured components
          L. Claes, S. Johannesmann, M. Webersen, B. Henning, Paderborn University, Paderborn; M. Kupnik, A. Jäger, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt (Germany)
           
        • P2.10 Bulk viscosity sensing
          H. Antlinger, S. Clara, T. Voglhuber-Brunnmaier, B. Jakoby, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Linz; R. Beigelbeck, S. Cerimovic, F. Keplinger, TU Wien, Wien (Austria)
           
      • P3: Industrial Electronics
        • P3.1 A capacitive measurement system for gesture recognition
          L. Haslinger, S. Wasserthal, B. G. Zagar, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Linz (Austria)
           
        • P3.2 Printed capacitive sensors for contactless ice detection in automotive liquid conveyor pipes
          J. Happel, J. Döring, K.-L. Krieger, ITEM University Bremen, Bremen; J. Deitschun, D. Godlinski, Fraunhofer Insitute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM, Bremen (Germany)
           
        • P3.3 An electron capture detector based on a non-radioactive electron source
          E. Bunert, A. T. Kirk, J. Oerman, S. Zimmermann, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (Germany)
           
        • P3.4 Test platform for electromagnetic field strength measurements near wind energy converting systems
          S. Koj, P. Akhlamov, H. Garbe, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover; J. Bredemeyer, FCS Flight Calibration Services GmbH, Braunschweig (Germany)
           
        • P3.5 Contact-free electro-magnetic reactance-based mechanical tension sensors
          T. Senkbeil, A. Schwersenz, P. Coerlin, C. Leiser, T. Kitzler, S. Schwiertz, L. May, TRAFAG GmbH Sensors & Controls, Unterensingen (Germany)
           
        • P3.6 Efficient boost converter for thermoelectric energy harvesting
          S. Mathis, J.-M. Gruber, ZHAW, Winterthur (Switzerland)
           
        • P3.7 Integrated measurement units and sensor systems for harsh industrial applications
          S. Grundwald, B. Bäker, Dresden University of Technology, Dresden(Germany)
           
        • P3.8 Multipurpose SOI TFT-type sensing element as primary transducer of sensors with multilevel output
          V. N. Mordkovich, A.V. Leonov, A. A. Malykh, Institute of Microelectronics Technology and High Purity Materials RAS, Chernogolovka; M. I. Pavlyuk, JSC “ICC Milandr”, Moscow (Russia)
           
        • P3.9 IoT meets logistics - Development of a mobile condition monitoring system
          M. Heider, A. Rother, P. Hanesch, WIKA Alexander Wiegand SE & Co. KG, Klingenberg (Germany)
           
      • P4: Optical Sensors
        • P4.1 Customized AlGaN-based semiconductor photodiodes for UV detection
          R. Rehm, F. Fuchs, L. Hahn, R. Driad, F. Rutz, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF, Freiburg (Germany)
           
        • P4.2 Optical measurement of ionizing radiation dose for quality assurance in electron beam sterilization
          T. Härtling, E. Ljasenko, J. Katzmann, M. Reitzig, C. Schuster, Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS, Dresden; G. Gerlach, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
           
        • P4.3 UV-LED-based fluorescence and reflectance sensor system for dermatological diagnostics
          E. Wyrwich, R. Skoczowsky, B. Seme, GMBU e.V., Jena; F. Stüpmann, M. Moschall, Silicann Sytems GmbH, Rostock; G. Khazaka, Courage & Khazaka Electronic GmbH, Köln (Germany)
           
        • P4.4 Analysis and combination of different approaches for selective and directional thermal emission
          G. Pühringer, B. Jakoby, Johannes-Kepler-Universität Linz, Linz (Austria)
           
        • P4.5 Determination of refractive indices of complex structured metal oxides by index matching using ionic liquids
          X. Wu, M. Muntzeck, T. de los Arcos, I. Giner, G. Grundmeier, R. Wilhelm, T. Wagner, University of Paderborn, Paderborn (Germany)
           
        • P4.6 Temperature sensing in underground facilities by Raman-OFDR using fibre-optic communication cables
          M. Brüne, A. Pflitsch, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Bochum; W. Furian, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin; W. Hill, LIOS Technology GmbH, Köln (Germany)
           
        • P4.7 Crack luminescence as innovative method for detection of fatigue damage
          R. Makris, J. Bronsert, F. Hille, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung, Berlin; D. Kirschberger, D. Sowietzki, MR Chemie, Unna (Germany)
           
        • P4.8 Optimization of high-quality-factor photonic crystal ring resonator with applications for fluid sensing with 3D FDTD simulation
          R. Jannesari, B. Jakoby, Johannes-Kepler-University, Linz; T. Grille, Infineon Technologies Austria AG, Villach (Austria)
           
        • P4.9 Optical liquid sensing with photonic crystals
          T. Wagner, S. Amrehn, Paderborn University, Paderborn (Germany)
           
        • P4.10 Component-level measurement of molded freeform optics - an example for "Industrie 4.0" concept
          D. Hilbig, T. Henning, F. Fleischmann, City University of Applied Sciences Bremen, Bremen (Germany)
           
      • P5: Gas, Chemo and Biosensors
        • P5.1 Miniaturized sensor for the detection of environmental pollutants
          A. Graf, R. Stübner, C. Kunath, S. Meyer, H. Schenk, Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems, Dresden (Germany)
           
        • P5.2 Multilyzer - microfluidic online measuring system for the analysis of environmentally relevant substances
          A. Lechner, B. Blahnikova, D. Müller, M. Waas, OTH Regensburg, Regensburg (Germany)
           
        • P5.3 Detection of simulants of chemical warfare agents on textile chemiresistors
          M. Vrnata, A. Sýkorová, E. Marešová, D. Tomecek, S. Havlová, P. Hozák, J. Vlcek, L. Fišer, P. Fitl, University of Chemistry and Technology Prague (Czech Republic); M. Aleksanyan, A. Sayunts, V. Aroutiounian, Yerevan State University (Armenia)
           
        • P5.4 Low-cost chemical gas sensors for selective formaldehyde quantification at ppb-level in the field
          M. Bastuck, A. Schütze, Saarland University, Saarbrücken; W. Reimringer, 3S GmbH, Saarbrücken (Germany); D. Puglisi, P. Möller, A. Lloyd Spetz, M. Andersson, Linköping University (Sweden)
           
        • P5.5 MWCNTs/SnO2 Harmful Gas Sensors
          V. Aroutiounian, Z. Adamyan, A. Sayunts, E. Khachaturyan, A. Adamyan, Yerevan State University, Yerevan (Armenia), M. Vrnata, P. Fitl, J. Vlcek, University of Chemistry and Technology, Prag (Czech Republic)
           
        • P5.6 SnO2 and ZnO Detectors of Hydrogen Peroxide Vapors
          V. Arakelyan, V. Aroutiounian, M. Aleksanyan, A. Sayunts, G. Shahnazaryan, Yerevan State University, Yerevan (ARM); P. Kacer, P. Picha, J. Kovarik, J. Pekarek, University of Chemistry and Technology, Prag (CZE); B. Joost, Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz, M
           
        • P5.7 Simulation of a thermoelectric gas sensor to determine hydrocarbons in exhaust gases and to characterize catalyst materials
          T. Ritter, S. Wiegärtner, G. Hagen, R. Moos, University of Bayreuth, Bayreuth (Germany)
           
        • P5.8 AGaMon - A mobile sensor system for breath control
          R. Seifert, H. B. Keller, Institute of Applied Informatics (IAI), Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen; T. Conrad, J. Peter, 3S GmbH, Saarbrücken (Germany)
           
        • P5.9 Thermopower and conductivity of aerosol deposited gas sensitive BaFe1-xTaxO3-ä films
          M. Bektas, T. Stöcker, G. Hagen, R. Moos, University of Bayreuth, Bayreuth (Germany)
           
        • P5.10 Fabrication of chemiresistors on paper
          Y. Joseph, E. P. Wete, S. Rabe, R. Dittrich, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Freiberg (Germany)
           
        • P5.11 Cyclic optical activation of semiconducting gas sensors: influence of cycling frequency
          T. Wagner, D. Klawinski, Paderborn University, Paderborn; D. Meixner, C.-D. Kohl, Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, Giessen (Germany)
           
        • P5.12 Integration of oxygen ion pump and potentiometric oxygen sensor with EML facility on international space station
          M. Schulz, H. Fritze, Universität Clausthal, Goslar; U. Zell, W. Aicher, Airbus DS GmbH, Immenstaad (Germany)
           
        • P5.13 Selective colorimetric determination of cysteine, homocysteine and glutathione based on aggregation of chitosan-capped silver nanoparticles
          G. Khayatian, S. Mohammadi, University of Kurdistan, Sanandaj (Iran)
           
        • P5.14 ESPI-analysis of induced stress on cellular systems
          J. Gottschalk, K.-H. Lietzau, C. Stollfuß, A. H. Foitzik, Technical University Wildau, Wildau (Germany); M. Richetta, University of Rome, Rome (Italy)
           
        • P5.15 Simulation, manufacturing and evaluation of injection-moulded micro-bioreactors
          F. Schütze, N. Matuschek, S. Zinn, A. Böhme, A. H. Foitzik, Technical University Wildau, Wildau (Germany), L. Santo, University of Rome, Rome (Italy)
           
        • P5.16 An electron capture detector based on a non-radioactive electron source
          E. Bunert, A. T. Kirk, S. Zimmermann, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (Germany), P5.16 will be presented under P3.3
           
        • P5.17 In situ measurements of O2 and CO in cement kiln
          O. Driesner, F. Gumprecht, ENOTEC GmbH, Marienheide, Ulrich Guth, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
           
    • 16:30 - 18:00 A2: Biosensors I
      Room Brüssel 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair H. K. Trieu, Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg, Hamburg (Germany)
       
      • 16:30 A2.1 BioMEMS for sensing in cell characterization, drug screening and biofilm detection
        H. K. Trieu, G. Blume, L. von Mirbach-Wahn, N. Meyne, A. Jacob, D. Venegas Rojas, K. Kalaydzhyan, Technische Universität Hamburg, Hamburg; R. Pörtner, TUHH, Hamburg; M. Jücker, UKE, Hamburg (Germany)
         
      • 17:00 A2.2 Silicon nanowire biosensor platform to electronically sense biomolecules in real patient samples
        S. Ingebrandt, D. Rani, V. Pachauri, University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern, Zweibrücken; M. Schwartz, T. Chien Nguyen, X. Thang Vu, A. Müller, D. Phu Tran, J. Wilhelm, J. Ka-Yan Law, RAM Group DE GmbH, Zweibrücken (Germany)
         
      • 17:20 A2.3 Silicon-based electrical biosensor technology for mobile diagnostics
        L. Blohm, J. Albers, G. Piechotta, E. Nebling, Fraunhofer Institute for Silicon Technology, Itzehoe (Germany)
         
      • 17:40 A2.4 Integrated biosensors and refractometers based on deposited silicon photonic microcavities
        T. Lipka, L. Moldenhauer, K. Igeta, H. K. Trieu, Hamburg University of Technology, Hamburg (Germany)
         
    • 16:30 - 18:00 B2: Sensors for Industrial Applications
      Room München 1, NCC Mitte
      Chair A. Gasch, ABB AG, Ladenburg (Germany)
       
      • 16:30 B2.1 Robust & technology agnostic integrated implementation of future sensory electronics based on spiking information processing for Industry 4.0
        A. König, A. Chandra Kammara, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern (Germany)
         
      • 17:00 B2.2 Universal sensor interface for high-performance signal processing based on FPGA technology
        M. Selke, C. Nienhaus, D. Laumann, J. Doerr, CANWAY TECHNOLOGY GMBH, Ostbevern (Germany)
         
      • 17:20 B2.3 Distributed measurement for the process industry
        T. Bierweiler, W. Ens, J. Kölsch, F. Sass, S. von Dosky, Siemens AG, Karlsruhe (Germany)
         
      • 17:40 B2.4 Implications for sensor readout concepts in biomedical point-of-care settings with respect to robust and reliable recordings
        S. Ingebrandt, D. Rani, V. Pachauri, University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern, Zweibrücken; T. C. Nguyen, R. Lanche, J. Wilhelm, RAM Group DE GmbH, Zweibrücken (Germany)
         
    • 16:30 - 18:00 C2: Acoustic Methods II
      Room München 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair B. Henning, University Paderborn, Paderborn (Germany)
       
      • 16:30 C2.1 Ultrasound imaging through multimode waveguides using time reversal virtual array method
        M. Kalibatas, R. Nauber, D. Dawidowski, L. Büttner, J. Czarske, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
         
      • 17:00 C2.2 Detection of iron oxide nanoparticles for local chemotherapeutic treatment employing coded magnetomotive ultrasound
        M. Fink, H. Ermert, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen; S. Lyer, C. Alexiou, University Hospital Erlangen, Erlangen (Germany)
         
      • 17:20 C2.3 Novel measurement techniques with annular arrays for scanning acoustic microscopy
        S. Kümmritz, A. Juhrig, L. Timmermann, E. Kühnicke, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
         
      • 17:40 C2.4 Transducer misalignment - an insuperable obstacle for acoustic clamp-on liquid level measurement?
        U. Steinmann, S. Woeckel, H. Arndt, J. Auge, Institut für Automation und Kommunikation (ifak) e.V. Magdeburg, Magdeburg (Germany)
         
    • 16:30 - 18:00 D2: Characterization of Printed Sensors and Methods
      Room Mailand, NCC Mitte
      Chair B. Jakoby, Johannes-Kepler-Universität Linz, Linz (Austria)
       
      • 16:30 D2.1 Printed embedded transducers: Fabrication, design and characterization of selected applications
        J. K. Sell, H. Enser, B. Jakoby, W. Hilber, Johannes-Kepler-University Linz, Linz; M. Schatzl-Linder, B. Strauß, voestalpine Stahl GmbH, Linz (Austria)
         
      • 17:00 D2.2 Strain transmission characteristics of steel substrates for additive sensor manufacturing with selective laser melting
        M. Hessinger, J. Lotichius, C. Hatzfeld, M. Kupnik, R. Werthschützky, E. Abele, M. Kniepkamp, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt (Germany)
         
      • 17:20 D2.3 An all-inkjet printed sensor system embedded in injection-moulded plastics
        C. Beisteiner, T. Mitterlehner, T. Thurner, B. Zagar, Johannes-Kepler-Universität Linz, Linz (Austria)
         
      • 17:40 D2.4 Novel thermocouples for temperature measurement in automotive applications
        P. Gierth, L. Rebenklau, Fraunhofer Institute IKTS, Dresden; K. Augsburg, L. Niedermeyer, E. Bachmann, Technical University Ilmenau, Ilmenau (Germany)
         
  • Wednesday, 31 May 2017
    • 08:30 - 10:00 Plenary Talks
      Room Brüssel 2, NCC Mitte
       
      • 08:30 2. Plenary Talk: Physical, chemical and biological sensors: innovative platforms for various industries
        Dr. M. Lehmann, Innovative Sensor Technology IST AG, Ebnat-Kappel (Switzerland)
         
      • 09:15 3. Plenary Talk: Inductive edge sensors with nanometer accuracy for the European Extremely Large Telescope
        D. Patel, MICRO-EPSILON Messtechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Ortenburg (Germany)
         
    • 10:30 - 12:00 A3: Biosensors II
      Room Brüssel 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair A. Urban, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Freiburg (Germany)
       
      • 10:30 A3.1 Molecularly imprinted polymers as selective receptors for sensing nanosized species
        P. A. Lieberzeit, C. Jungmann, L. Schranzhofer, S. Chunta, University of Vienna, Vienna (Austria); R. Suedee, Prince of Songkla University, Hatyai (Thailand)
         
      • 11:00 A3.2 Enzyme free sensor based on affinity viscosimetry for detection of glucose
        T. Liebscher, F. Glös, A. Böhme, A. Foitzik, Technische Hochschule Wildau, Wildau; M. Birkholz, IHP GmbH, Frankfurt/Oder (Germany); M. di Vona, F. De Matteis, Universita degli Studi di Roma, Rome (Italy)
         
      • 11:20 A3.3 Solid-contact ion-selective electrodes (ISE) for applications in life sciences, biotechnology and environmental monitoring – technology and performance
        M. Stelzle, C. Bieg, K. Fuchsberger, G. Link, R. Samba, S. Werner, University of Tübingen, Tübingen (Germany)
         
      • 11:40 A3.4 Biosensor based on a split-ring resonator
        T. Reinecke, T. Kobelt, A. Ahrens, S. Zimmermann,T. Scheper, J.-G. Walter, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (Germany)
         
    • 10:30 - 12:00 B3: Fiber-Optical Sensors
      Room München 1, NCC Mitte
      Chair R. Engelbrecht, Georg-Simon-Ohm Hochschule Nürnberg, Nürnberg (Germany)
       
      • 10:30 B3.1 Wireless read-out of optical fiber sensors
        N. Neumann, T. Schuster, D. Plettemeier, E. Häntzsche, A. Nocke, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
         
      • 11:00 B3.2 Long-term reliability of the fiber-optic current sensors in damp heat
        M. Lenner, L. Yang, A. Frank, K. Bohnert, ABB Switzerland Ltd., Baden-Dättwil (Switzerland)
         
      • 11:20 B3.3 Electrically isolated sensor networks using single polymer fibers for remote powering and data transmission
        J. Fischer, T. Schuster, C. Wächter, M. Luber, J. Vinogradov, R. Engelbrecht, O. Ziemann, Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg-Simon-Ohm, Nürnberg (Germany)
         
      • 11:40 B3.4 Fiber-optic measurement of temperature profiles
        J. Schwarz, D. Samiec, Polytec GmbH, Waldbronn (Germany)
         
    • 10:30 - 12:00 C3: Modeling and Simulation I
      Room München 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair E. Starke, SICK Engineering GmbH, Ottendorf-Okrilla (Germany)
       
      • 10:30 C3.1 Simulation of electromechanical sensors and systems
        E. Starke, SICK Engineering GmbH, Ottendorf-Okrilla (Germany)
         
      • 11:00 C3.2 Prediction and compensation of reference voltage shift in IC sensors due to mechanical stress
        J. Warmuth, Fraunhofer IIS/EAS, Dresden; T. Schreier-Alt, University of Applied Sciences Ravensburg-Weingarten, Weingarten (Germany)
         
      • 11:20 C3.3 Challenges in the design of microsystems
        J. Mehner, H. Schmidt, A. Sorger, M. Freitag, TU Chemnitz, Chemnitz (Germany)
         
      • 11:40 C3.4 Benefit of system-level-simulation in the development process of sensors
        A. Widhammer, H. Baumgartl, CADFEM GmbH, Leinfelden-Echterdingen (Germany)
         
    • 10:30 - 12:00 D3: Radar Sensors
      Room Mailand, NCC Mitte
      Chair A. Kölpin, Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen (Germany)
       
      • 10:30 D3.1 Radar as an emerging and growing technology for industrial applications: A short overview
        C. Waldschmidt, P. Hügler, M. Geiger, Ulm University, Ulm (Germany)
         
      • 11:00 D3.2 Realization and application potentials of high resolution FMCW radar sensors based on SiGe MMICs
        N. Pohl, T. Jaeschke, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Bochum; S. Thomas, S. Kueppers, C. Bredendiek, Fraunhofer FHR, Wachtberg (Germany)
         
      • 11:20 D3.3 Millimeter wave radar imaging for non-destructive detection of material defects
        I. Ullmann, J. Adametz, D. Oppelt, M. Vossiek, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen (Germany)
         
      • 11:40 D3.4 Commercial radar sensors and applications
        T. Lenhard, InnoSenT GmbH, Donnersdorf (Germany)
         
    • 13:20 - 14:50 A4: Gas Sensors I
      Room Brüssel 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair H. Fritze, Technische Universität Clausthal, Goslar (Germany)
       
      • 13:20 A4.1 Setup to eliminate the gas flow dependency of a hydrocarbon sensor for automotive exhaust applications
        G. Hagen, A. Harsch, R. Moos, University of Bayreuth, Bayreuth (Germany)
         
      • 13:50 A4.2 Detection of short trace gas pulses
        T. Baur, A. Schütze, T. Sauerwald, Saarland University, Saarbrücken (Germany)
         
      • 14:10 A4.3 Highly sensitive benzene detection with MOS gas sensors
        M. Leidinger, T. Baur, T. Sauerwald, A. Schütze, Saarland University, Saarbrücken; W. Reimringer, 3S GmbH, Saarbrücken (Germany); L. Spinelle, M. Gerboles, Joint Research Centre, Ispra (Italy)
         
      • 14:30 A4.4 Langasite-based microbalance for determination of the non-stoichiometry in praseodymium-cerium oxide thin films at elevated temperatures
        S. Schröder, H. Fritze, Clausthal University of Technology, Goslar (Germany)
         
    • 13:20 - 14:50 B4: Optical Measurement of Geometrical Quantities
      Room München 1, NCC Mitte
      Chair C. Rembe, Technische Universität Clausthal, Goslar (Germany)
       
      • 13:20 B4.1 Camera-based micro interferometer for applications in distance sensing
        M. Will, Hochschule Darmstadt, Darmstadt; A. Winzer, M. Schädel, J. Freitag, O. Brodersen, CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik GmbH, Erfurt (Germany)
         
      • 13:50 B4.2 Study on preprocessing in array detector-based optical spatial filtering velocimetry
        M. Schaeper, R. Kostbade, N. Damaschke, Universität Rostock, Rostock (Germany)
         
      • 14:10 B4.3 Optical sensor system for 3D measurements on large gears
        M. M. Auerswald, A. von Freyberg, A. Fischer, University of Bremen, Bremen (Germany)
         
      • 14:30 B4.4 High-resolution speckle sensor for contactless torque measurement in wind energy systems
        J. F. Westerkamp, M. Sorg, A. Fischer, University of Bremen, Bremen (Germany)
         
    • 13:20 - 14:50 C4: Modeling and Simulation II
      Room München 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair M. Kaltenbacher, Technische Universität Wien, Wien (Austria)
       
      • 13:20 C4.1 Model-based design and optimization of microfluidic systems for gentle cellular perfusion
        M. Gusenbauer, Donau-Universität Krems, Krems (Austria)
         
      • 13:50 C4.2 Modeling and design optimization of near-field position sensors
        H. Zangl, L.-M. Faller, Alpen Adria Universität, Klagenfurt; W. Granig, Infineon Technologies AG, Villach (Austria)
         
      • 14:10 C4.3 Mechanical model of a pre-stressed piezoelectric buckling actuator
        F. Toth, M. Dorfmeister, M. Schneider, U. Schmid, M. Kaltenbacher, TU Wien, Vienna (Austria)
         
      • 14:30 C4.4 Stochastic modelling to enable ultrafast high-resolution capacitive position sensing of a resonant MEMS mirror
        L.-M. Faller, H. Zangl, Alpen Adria Universität, Klagenfurt (Austria)
         
    • 13:20 - 14:50 D4: Mechanical Sensors I
      Room Mailand, NCC Mitte
      Chair M. Hoffmann, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Ilmenau (Germany)
       
      • 13:20 D4.1 Shape memory strain gauges
        T. Mäder, B. Senf, M. Hamm, M. Zoch, W.-G. Drossel, Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology, Chemnitz; I. N. y de Sosa, Chemnitz University of Technology, Chemnitz; P. Wolf, FiberCheck GmbH, Chemnitz (Germany)
         
      • 13:50 D4.2 Flexible, dynamic piezoresistive sensor matrix based on carbon nanotube polymer composite for pressure distribution measurement
        C. Gerlach, A. Sanli, R. Ramalingame, O. Kanoun, Technische Universität Chemnitz, Chemnitz (Germany)
         
      • 14:10 D4.3 Thin-film Calorimeter for High-temperature Applications: Thermodynamic Characterization on Piezoelectric Langasite Temperature Sensors
        A. Omelcenko, H. Wulfmeier, H. Fritze, Clausthal University of Technology, Goslar (Germany)
         
      • 14:30 D4.4 Nested-list approach for the stageless evaluation of a vector Preisach model based on rotational operators
        M. Nierla, S. J. Rupitsch, University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen (Germany); M. Kaltenbacher, Technical University Vienna, Vienna (Austria)
         
    • 15:10 - 16:40 A5: Gas Sensors II
      Room Brüssel 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair S. Zimmermann, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (Germany)
       
      • 15:10 A5.1 Gas analysis based on opto-pneumatic detectors
        A. Hengstenberg, SICK AG, Hamburg (Germany)
         
      • 15:40 A5.2 A miniaturized drift tube ion mobility spectrometer for hand-held devices
        A. Ahrens, S. Zimmermannm, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (Germany)
         
      • 16:00 A5.3 Chemical switch for dosimeter-type H2S gas detection
        A. Paul, M. Tiemann, T. Wagner, University of Paderborn, Paderborn; C. Seitz, G. Beck, B. Smarsly, Justus-Liebig-University Gießen, Gießen (Germany)
         
      • 16:20 A5.4 CMOS-integrated micro-hotplate array for multi gas sensing devices
        A. Köck, M. Deluca, J. Krainer, E. Kraker, E. Lackner, F. Sosada, R. Wimmer-Teubenbacher, Materials Center Leoben Forschung GmbH, Loeben; K. Rohracher, E. Wachmann, M. Schrems, amsAG, Premstätten (Austria); J.-S. Niehaus, CAN GmbH, Hamburg (Germany)
         
    • 15:10 - 16:40 B5: Optical Measurement Systems I
      Room München 1, NCC Mitte
      Chair A. Fischer, Universität Bremen, Bremen (Germany)
       
      • 15:10 B5.1 Information theoretic security using digital optoelectronic sensor systems
        J. Czarske, D. Haufe, A. Lonnstrom, E. A. Jorswieck, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
         
      • 15:40 B5.2 Computational methods in coherent optical metrology
        C. Falldorf, M. Agour, R. B. Bergmann, BIAS-Bremer Institut für angewandte Strahltechnik, Bremen (Germany)
         
      • 16:00 B5.3 High-resolution laser-vibrometer microscopy
        C. Rembe, R. Kowarsch, Clausthal University of Technology, Clausthal-Zellerfeld (Germany)
         
      • 16:20 B5.4 Low-coherence interferometry for industrial applications
        J. Krauter, T. Boettcher, M. Gronle, W. Osten, ITO, University Stuttgart, Stuttgart (Germany)
         
    • 15:10 - 16:40 C5: Modeling and Simulation III
      Room München 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair J. Mehner, Technische Universität Chemnitz, Chemnitz (Germany)
       
      • 15:10 C5.1 Finite element scheme for SAW unit-cell-simulation
        M. Kaltenbacher, K. Shaposhnikov, Vienna university of Technology, Vienna, P. Nicolay, CTR Carinthian Tech Research AG, Villach (Austria)
         
      • 15:40 C5.2 3D finite element simulations of ultrasonic flowmeters
        M. Meiler, H. Landes, J. Grabinger, SIMetris GmbH, Erlangen (Germany); M. Bezdek, Endress+Hauser Flowtec AG, Reinach (Switzerland)
         
      • 16:00 C5.3 Common challenges in simulating the fluid dynamics of electrowetting on dielectrics-driven devices
        A. Tröls, B. Jakobya, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Linz (Austria)
         
      • 16:20 C5.4 Application of the scaled boundary finite element method (SBFEM) for a numerical simulation of ultrasonic guided waves
        J. Bulling, J. Prager, F. Korme, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), Berlin (Germany)
         
    • 15:10 - 16:40 D5: Mechanical Sensors II
      Room Mailand, NCC Mitte
      Chair J. Wilde, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Freiburg (Germany)
       
      • 15:10 D5.1 Dynamic pressure transducer calibration – traceable?
        M. Mende, T. Platte, M. Brucke, SPEKTRA Schwingungstechnik und Akustik GmbH, Dresden (Germany)
         
      • 15:40 D5.2 Novel operation tools with compression sensors for human-machine interfaces
        H. Böse, J. Ehrlich, D. Müller, Fraunhofer-Institut für Silicatforschung ISC, Würzburg (Germany)
         
      • 16:00 D5.3 An Advanced Parametric Thermal Model for High Power LED modules
        P. Fulmek, P. Haumer, J. Nicolics, Technische Universität Wien, Wien, F. P. Wenzl, W. Nemitz, Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH, Weiz; R. Beigelbeck, Danube Universität Krems, Wiener Neustadt (Austria)
         
      • 16:20 D5.4 Non-electrical event counter systems
        M. Hoffmann, K. Wedrich, P. Schmitt, H. Mehner, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Ilmenau (Germany)
         
  • Thursday, 01 June 2017
    • 08:30 - 10:00 Plenary Talks
      Room Brüssel 2, NCC Mitte
       
      • 08:30 4. Plenary Talk: From Sensing to Perception
        Dr. T. Scheiter, Siemens AG, Corporate Technology, München (Germany)
         
      • 09:15 5. Plenary Talk: Technologies for Measuring Automotive Exhaust Emissions
        B. Arlitt, AVL List GmbH, Graz (Austria)
         
    • 10:20 - 11:50 A6: Gas Sensors III
      Room Brüssel 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair G. Hagen, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth (Germany)
       
      • 10:20 A6.1 High-temperature chemical sensors using high-Q piezoelectric resonators
        H. Fritze, Y. Suhak, S. Schröder, M. Schulz, Clausthal University of Technology, Goslar (Germany)
         
      • 10:50 A6.2 Measurement and control of humidity traces in gases with solid electrolyte cells
        J. Zosel, M. Schelter, U. Guth, M. Mertig, Kurt-Schwabe-Institut für Mess- und Sensortechnik e.V. Meinsberg, Waldheim (Germany)
         
      • 11:10 A6.3 In-situ HT gas sensors: Continuous monitoring of the combustion quality of different wood combustion systems and optimization of the combustion process
        H. Kohler, B. Ojha, N. Illyaskutty, Hochschule Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe; I. Hartmann, C. Tiel, K. Eisinger, DBFZ Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum GmbH, Leipzig; M. Dambacher, Sick AG, Waldkirch (Germany)
         
      • 11:30 A6.4 Novel mixed-potential sensor device to compare two gas compartments and to determine directly the conversion of an automotive catalyst
        T. Ritter, G. Hagen, R. Moos, University of Bayreuth, Bayreuth (Germany)
         
    • 10:20 - 11:50 B6: Distributed and Fiber Bragg Grating Sensing I
      Room München 1, NCC Mitte
      Chair NN
       
      • 10:20 B6.1 Fiber optic strain and temperature sensing: Overview of principles
        R. Engelbrecht, Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg Simon Ohm, Nuremberg (Germany)
         
      • 10:50 B6.2 Incoherent optical frequency domain reflectometry for distributed raman and bragg fiber temperature sensors
        M. Köppel, S. Werzinger, R. Engelbrecht, J.-R. Sutter, S. Bergdolt, B. Schmauss, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen (Germany)
         
      • 11:10 B6.3 Field guide to nonlinear calibration of fiber Bragg gratings for temperature sensors with a wide temperature range
        T. Ringel, T. Bosselmann, Siemens AG, Erlangen (Germany)
         
      • 11:30 B6.4 Potentialities and limitations in distributed brillouin fibre sensing
        L. Thévenaz, Z. Yang, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne (Switzerland)
         
    • 10:20 - 11:50 C6: Wireless Sensors I
      Room München 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair L. M. Reindl, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Freiburg (Germany)
       
      • 10:20 C6.1 Investigation of environmental influences of wireless localization techniques for outdoor applications
        M. Uhlig, T. Keutel, O. Kanoun, Technische Universität Chemnitz, Chemnitz (Germany)
         
      • 10:50 C6.2 Wireless real-time temperature measurement for process control in high-temperature environment
        M. Marx, F. Meyer, K. Grundmann, A. Grabmaier, Fraunhofer IMS, Duisburg (Germany)
         
      • 11:10 C6.3 Design and layout of an energy autarkic wireless sensor network in underground metro tunnels
        J. Grittmann, S. Kempf, N. Schnelle, J. Vincke, F. Schäfer, Fraunhofer Institute for High-Speed Dynamics, Freiburg (Germany)
         
      • 11:30 C6.4 Low-power optimized, widely customizable, time-controlled wireless sensor/actuator data transmission with commercial off-the-shelf standard components
        P. Kroh, M. Fink, H.-M. Günther, R. Lerch, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen (Germany)
         
    • 10:20 - 11:50 D6: Mechanical Sensors: Special Applications
      Room Mailand, NCC Mitte
      Chair W. Drahm, Endress+Hauser GmbH + Co. KG, Freising (Germany)
       
      • 10:20 D6.1 Robust force and torque measurements by integrated sensors in hollow shafts
        M. Krech, P. Groche, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt (Germany)
         
      • 10:50 D6.2 Characterisation of a 5 MN·m torque transducer by combining traditional calibration and finite element method simulations
        P. Weidinger, C. Schlegel, G. Foyer, R. Kumme, PTB Braunschweig, Braunschweig (Germany)
         
      • 11:10 D6.3 Intensity-based optical measurement of cornea vibration
        J. Osmers, M. Sorg, A. Fischer, University of Bremen, Bremen (Germany)
         
      • 11:30 D6.4 Pressure sensor for remote readout in aqueous environment
        M. Gerken, T. Karrock, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Kiel (Germany)
         
    • 13:00 - 14:30 A7: Gas Sensors IV
      Room Brüssel 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair S. Zimmermann, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (Germany)
       
      • 13:00 A7.1 Selective solid electrolyte sensors for trace gas concentrations
        J. Zosel, M. Schelter, C. Vonau, U. Guth, M. Mertig, Kurt-Schwabe-Institut für Mess- und Sensortechnik e.V. Meinsberg, Waldheim (Germany)
         
      • 13:30 A7.2 Enhanced raman spectroscopic gas sensing
        T. Frosch, T. Jochum, D. Yan, J. Popp, Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology, Jena (Germany)
         
      • 13:50 A7.3 Innovative H2 sensor platform for customized applications
        O. Kiesewetter, A. Kraußer, M. May, UST Umweltsensortechnik GmbH, Geschwenda (Germany)
         
      • 14:10 A7.4 Photonic crystals for sensing: Hydrogen sensor with optical read-out for harsh environments
        T. Wagner, S. Amrehn, D. Klawinski, S. Vetter, X. Zhang, X. Wu, Paderborn University, Paderborn (Germany)
         
    • 13:00 - 14:30 B7: Distributed and Fiber Bragg Grating Sensing II
      Room München 1, NCC Mitte
      Chair R. Engelbrecht, Georg-Simon-Ohm Hochschule Nürnberg, Nuremberg (Germany)
       
      • 13:00 B7.1 Fiber Bragg gratings: Chances and challenges with specialty optical fibers
        M. Rothhardt, T. Elsmann, T. Habisreuther, A. Hartung, E. Lindner, H. Bartelt, Leibniz-Institut für Photonische Technologien, Jena (Germany)
         
      • 13:30 B7.2 Fiber optical sensors - nerves made out of glass
        W. Schade, Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz-Institut, Goslar; M. Angelmahr, C. Waltermann, A. L. Baumann, TU Clausthal, Goslar (Germany)
         
      • 13:50 B7.3 Distributed fibre-optic acoustic and vibration sensors for industrial monitoring applications
        K. Hicke, M. T. Hussels, R. Eisermann, S. Chruseicki, K. Krebber, BAM Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung, Berlin (Germany)
         
      • 14:10 B7.4 Health monitoring of geotechnical structures by distributed fibre-optic sensors
        A. Wosniok, S. Liehr, BAM Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung, Berlin (Germany)
         
    • 13:00 - 14:30 C7: Textile-based Sensors
      Room München 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair A. Nocke, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
       
      • 13:00 C7.1 Characterization of carbon fiber-based strain gauge made by embroidery technology for integration in concrete
        M. Heinrich, Fraunhofer-Institut - IWU - für Werkzeugmaschinen und Umformtechnik; A. Bauer, L. Kroll, Technische Universität Chemnitz, Chemnitz (Germany)
         
      • 13:30 C7.2 Textile-based sensor systems for condition monitoring in composite and medical applications
        A. Nocke, E. Häntzsche, J. Wendler, C. Cherif, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
         
      • 13:50 C7.3 Cannceled  
      • 14:10 C7.4 Sensorized woven tapes and their testing
        K. Ullrich, W. Scheibner, A. Krahmer, H. Oschatz, M. Weiser, U. Möhring, Textile Research Institute Thuringia-Vogtland e. V., Greiz (Germany)
         
    • 13:00 - 14:30 D7: Energy Harvesting
      Room Mailand, NCC Mitte
      Chair L. M. Reindl, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Freiburg (Germany)
       
      • 13:00 D7.1 An experimental setup for piezoelectric cantilevered vibration energy harvesters on a rotating drive shaft
        D. Gedeon, S. J. Rupitsch, Universtity Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen (Germany)
         
      • 13:30 D7.2 Nano- and microfluidic channels as electrokinetic sensors and energy-harvesting devices
        P. Arki, C. Hecker, F. Güth, Y. Joseph, Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg, Freiberg (Germany)
         
      • 13:50 D7.3 Autonomous tuning methods for piezoelectric energy-harvesting generators
        L. Mateu, J. Knauer, P. Spies H. Zessin, Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, Nuremberg (Germany)
         
      • 14:10 D7.4 An inkjet-printed ambient RF energy harvester
        C. Beisteiner, B. Zagar, Johannes-Kepler-Universität Linz, Linz (Austria)
         
    • 14:50 - 16:20 A8: Wireless Sensors II
      Room Brüssel 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair A. König, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern (Germany)
       
      • 14:50 A8.1 IO-link wireless enhanced sensors and actuators for Industry 4.0 networks
        G. Scholl, R. Heynicke, D. Krush, Helmut-Schmidt-University, Hamburg; B. Kärcher, J. Ritter, Festo AG & Co. KG, Esslingen; P. Gaggero, M. Rentschler, Balluff AG, Bellmund (Germany)
         
      • 15:20 A8.2 Temperature estimation of induction machines based on wireless sensor networks
        Y. Huang, C. Gühmann, Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin (Germany)
         
      • 15:40 A8.3 Investigation of bioreactors by instrumented flow-following sensor particles
        S. Reinecke, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Dresden; U. Hampel, Technical University of Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
         
      • 16:00 A8.4 Test method for narrowband F/TDMA-based wireless sensor/actuator networks
        C. Cammin, D. Krush, R. Heynicke, G. Scholl, Helmut-Schmidt-University, Hamburg (Germany)
         
    • 14:50 - 16:20 B8: Optical Measurement Systems II
      Room München 1, NCC Mitte
      Chair J. Czarske, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
       
      • 14:50 B8.1 Digital holography: Evolution from a research topic to a versatile tool for the inline 100% 3D quality control in indrustry
        K. Buse, M. Fratz, T. Beckmann, A. Schiller, T. Seyler, A. Bertz, D. Carl, Fraunhofer IPM, Freiburg (Germany)
         
      • 15:20 B8.2 Wavefront sensing by numerical evaluation of diffracted wavefields
        M. Bichra, T. Meinecke, S. Sinzinger, Technische Universität Illmenau, Ilmenau (Germany)
         
      • 15:40 B8.3 Simultaneous measurement of thickness and refractive index by chromatic confocal coherence thomography (CCCT)
        T. Boettcher, M. Gronle, W. Osten, ITO, Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart (Germany)
         
      • 16:00 B8.4 Integrated photoacoustics for gas sensing
        J. Wöllenstein, Fraunhofer IPM, Freiburg (Germany)
         
    • 14:50 - 16:20 C8: Material Characterization
      Room München 2, NCC Mitte
      Chair S. Rupitsch, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen, Erlangen (Germany)
       
      • 14:50 C8.1 Ultrasonic measurements in the characterization of viscoelasticity and aging of polymers
        F. Bause, L. Claes, M. Webersen, B. Henning, Paderborn University, Paderborn (Germany)
         
      • 15:20 C8.2 Simulation-based homogenization and characterization approach for piezoelectric actuators
        M. Weiß, S. J. Rupitsch, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen (Germany)
         
      • 15:40 C8.3 Thermal-wave and thermal pulse studies of the impact of manufacturing technology on the polarization of piezofiber composites
        A. Eydam, G. Suchaneck, G. Gerlach, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)
         
      • 16:00 C8.4 Characterization and simulation of a magnetized sample
        M. Linnert, A. Sutor, S. J. Rupitsch, R. Lerch, University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen (Germany)
         
    • 14:50 - 16:20 D8: MEMS
      Room Mailand, NCC Mitte
      Chair U. Schmid, TU Wien, Vienna (Austria)
       
      • 14:50 D8.1 Piezoelectric MEMS: Material aspects and devices
        M. Schneider, P. Mayrhofer, M. Gillinger, G. Pfusterschmied, U. Schmid, TU Wien, Vienna (Austria)
         
      • 15:20 D8.2 Resonant MEMS sensors for personal air quality monitoring
        E. Peiner, M. Bertke, J. Xu, H. S. Wasisto, TU Braunschweig, Braunschweig; E. Uhde, Fraunhofer-WKI, Braunschweig (Germany)
         
      • 15:40 D8.3 Self-sensing cantilever sensors for correlative in-situ analysis of nanostructured materials
        C. H. Schwalb, M. Winhold, E. J. Fantner, GETec Microscopy GmbH, Vienna; J. Sattelkow, H. Plank, Centre for Electron Microscopy, Graz (Austria); M. Dukic, G. E. Fantner, Laboratory for Bio- and Nano-Instrumentation, Lausanne (Switzerland)
         
      • 16:00 D8.4 MEMS-based sensor for tirepressure-monitoring application
        M. Rose, Infineon Technologies GmbH, Neubiberg (Germany)