SENSOR 2013

Conference Program

10:00-10:45 Opening Ceremony, Room Paris

Chairs:
G. Gerlach, Technische Universität Dresden (Germany)
R. Lerch, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (Germany)
E. Wagner, Fraunhofer Institut IPM, Freiburg (Germany)
R. Werthschützky, Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany)

11:00 – 11:45
1. Plenary Talk
, Room Paris
Cocktail parties and model-based hearing aids: how hearing technology gets us connected
B. Kollmeier, Carl von Ossietzky-Universität Oldenburg (Germany)

11:45 – 12:30
2. Plenary Talk
, Room Paris
Charged Particle Accelerators in Basic Science - Hauge Machines for Tiny Objects -
T. Weiland, Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany)

Tuesday, 14 May 2013

13:30 - 15:00 A1: Mechanical Sensors I

Room Paris, NCC West
Chair A. Schäfer, Hottinger Baldwin Messtechnik GmbH, Darmstadt (Germany)

13:30 A1.1 Electrical strain gauges, piezoelectric sensor or fibre bragg sensors for force measurement: prospects and potentials

T. Kleckers, Hottinger Baldwin Messtechnik GmbH, Darmstadt (Germany)

14:00 A1.2 Force/Torque measuring facility for friction coefficient and multi-component sensors

S. Baumgarten , Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), Braunschweig (Germany)

14:20 A1.3 Patterning of thin film strain gauges on 3D surfaces

O. Suttmann, Laser Zentrum Hannover e. V., Hannover (Germany)

14:40 A1.4 Increasing demand for ever-higher nominal torque values illustrated by the example of a marine application

M. Haller, Hottinger Baldwin Messtechnik GmbH, Darmstadt (Germany)

13:30 - 15:00 B1: Modeling & Simulation I

Room Venedig, NCC West
Chair M. Kaltenbacher, Vienna University of Technology (Austria)

13:30 B1.1 Advanced Finite Element Schemes for Multiphysics

M. Kaltenbacher, Vienna University of Technology (Austria)

14:00 B1.2 Problem-adapted Modeling of RF MEMS switches

G. Schrag, Technische Universität, München (Germany)

14:20 B1.3 Design Study of a Wireless Pressure Sensor for Medical Application

G. Bruckner, CTR AG Carinthain Tech Research, Villauch (Austria)

14:40 B1.4 Simulation of Electromagnetic Flow Meters Using the Boundary Element Method

R. Friedrichs, SIKA Dr. Siebert & Kühn GmbH & Co. KG, Kaufungen (Germany)

13:30 - 15:00 C1: Sensor Electronics I

Room London, NCC West
Chair A. König, Technical University Kaiserslautern (Germany)

13:30 C1.1 Dynamically Reconfigurable Integrated Sensor Electronics for Magnetic Localisation of Distributed Autonomous Sensor Nodes

A. König , Technical University Kaiserslautern (Germany)

14:00 C1.2 Virtual Artificial Sensor to identify abnormal combustion phenomena in gasoline engines

M. Biehl, Robert Bosch GmbH, Schwieberdingen (Germany)

14:20 C1.3 Advanced Sensory electronics and systems with self-x Capabilities by MEMS Switch Integration

M. Akmal Johar, Technical University Kaiserslautern (Germany)

14:40 C1.4 Identification and Automatic Compensation of Parallel Conductance Effect in Capacitive Sensors

N. Mahdavi, Liebherr-Elektronik GmbH, Lindau (Germany)

13:30 - 15:00 D1: Flow Sensor I

Room Amsterdam, NCC West
Chair F. Puente León, Technical University Karlsruhe (Germany)

13:30 D1.1 Ultrasound array sensor system for multi-plane and multi-component flow mapping in liquid metals

J. Czarske , Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)

14:00 D1.2 Flow measurements in liquid metals at high temperatures using the ultrasound Doppler method

S. Franke, Helmholtz- Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Dresden (Germany)

14:20 D1.3 Lorentz force flowmeter for noncontact flow rate measurement

A. Thess, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Ilmenau (Germany)

14:40 D1.4 Contactless flow rate measurements of liquid metals

D. Buchenau, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf , Dresden (Germany)

15:20 - 16:30 A2: Mechanical Sensors II

Room Paris, NCC West
Chair C. Cavalloni, Kistler Instrumente AG, Winterthur (Switzerland)

15:20 A2.1 High-G and high bandwidth characterization of piezoresistiveMEMS accelerometers for crash test applications

St. Kühne, Kistler Instrumente AG, Winterthur (Switzerland)

15:50 A2.2 Sensory characteristics of carbon fiber based strain sensors and integration techniques into textile reinforced structures for in situ monitoring of thermoplastic composites

E. Häntzsche, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)

16:10 A2.3 U-Shaped Wire Based Resonators for Viscosity and Mass Density Sensing

M. Heinisch , Johannes-Kepler-University Linz, Linz (Austria)

16:30 A2.4 Capacitive Sensors from low cost to high resolution on PCB

A. Schwenck, HSG-IMAT, Stuttgart (Germany)

15:20 - 16:50 B2: Modeling & Simulation II

Room Venedig, NCC West
Chair U. Marschner, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)

15:20 B2.1 Efficient Design of Dynamic Systems by Combining Network Methods with Finite Element Methods

U. Marschner, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)

15:50 B2.2 Network Representation of User´s Mechanical Impedance as Design and Evaluation Basis for Task-Specific Haptic Systems

C. Hatzfeld, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt (Germany)

16:10 B2.3 Combined Simulations of a Modified Piezoelectric Plate Transducer

M. Krause, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)

16:30 B2.4 Numerical simulation of a MEMS pirani vacuum sensor

S. Quednau, Hochschule, Rüsselsheim (Germany)

15:20 - 16:50 C2: Sensor Electronics II

Room London, NCC West
Chair H.-R. Tränkler, Grünwald (Germany)

15:20 C2.1 Bandwidth Improvement for Vibration Energy Harvesting devices

J. Twiefel , Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover (Germany)

15:50 C2.2 Passive wireless temperature sensor for high temperature applications with conductive surrounding

T. Dräger, Fraunhofer-Institut - IIS -, Nürnberg (Germany)

16:10 C2.3 A monolithic integrated MEMS in a 350 nm technology for filter monitoring applications

S. Heinz , EDC Electronic Design Chemnitz GmbH, Chemitz (Germany)

16:30 C2.4 Real-time capable parameter tuning for exhaust gas aftertreatment models in automotive applications

S. Schödel, University of Bayreuth, Bayreuth (Germany)

15:20 - 16:50 D2: Flow Sensor II

Room Amsterdam, NCC West
Chair W. Drahm, Endress + Hauser GmbH+Co. KG, Reinach (Germany)

15:20 D2.1 Future challenges in flow measurement: towards smart and compact sensors

W. Drahm, Endress+Hauser Flowtec AG, Reinach (Switzerland)

15:50 D2.2 Thermal Property Determination of Gases Based on Temperature Oscillating Technique. An Investigation

A. Badarlis, Endress+Hauser Flowtec AG, Reinach (Switzerland)

16:10 D2.3 Numerical Investigation of Unsteady Flowfield of DN25 Flow Meter with Pressure Chamber

A. Gedikli, Krohne Messtechnik GmbH, Duisburg (Germany)

16:30 D2.4 Micro Coriolis Mass Flow Sensor with Extended Range for a Monopropellant Micro Propulsion System

J. C. Lötters, Bronkhorst High-Tech B. V., Ruurlo (The Netherlands)

Wednesday, 15 May 2013

08:30 - 10:00 Plenary Talks

Room Paris, NNC West

08:30 3. Plenary Talk: Making the Invisible Audible – Photoacoustics for Material Analysis

F. Kühnemann, Fraunhofer IPM, Freiburg (Germany)

09:15 4. Plenary Talk: Future Challenges in Vehicle Aeroacoustics

M. Islam, Audi AG, Ingolstadt (Germany)

10:30 - 12:00 A3: Ultrasonic Sensors

Room Paris, NCC West
Chair B. Henning, University Paderborn (Germany)

10:30 A3.1 Phononic Crystals and Applications

R. Lucklum, Otto-von-Guericke- University, Magdeburg (Germany)

11:00 A3.2 Design, modeling and identification of an ultrasonic composite transducer for target impedance independent short pulse generation

F. Bause, University Paderborn, Paderborn (Germany)

11:20 A3.3 Utilizing Leaky Lamb Waves in an Acoustic Waveguide for the Measurement of Liquid Properties

J. Rautenberg, SensAction AG, Coburg (Germany)

11:40 A3.4 Signal processing for ultrasonic clamp-on-sensor systems

S. Wöckel, IFAK - Institut für Automation und Kommunikation e. V. Magdeburg, Magdeburg (Germany)

10:30 - 12:00 B3: Packaging

Room Venedig, NCC West
Chair J. Wilde, IMTEK – University Freiburg (Germany)

10:30 B3.1 Assembly and interconnection technologies for sensors for very high-temperature applications

J. Wilde, IMTEK – University Freiburg (Germany)

11:00 B3.2 A new packaging approach for reliable high temperature MEMS devices based multilayer ceramic interposers

F. Roscher, Fraunhofer- Institut – ENAS, Chemnitz (Germany)

11:20 B3.3 Properties of a novel silver sintering die attach material for high temperature - high lifetime applications

S. Kraft , Fraunhofer Institut - IISB -, Nürnberg (Germany)

11:40 B3.4 Stamped conductors on nano-micro wires made by electroplating for medical sensors and microimplantats

T. Rossner, Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany)

10:30 - 12:00 C3: Wireless Sensors I

Room London, NCC West
Chair G. Scholl, University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg (Germany)

10:30 C3.1 Wireless Automation

G. Scholl, Helmut- Schmidt-Universität, Universität der Bundeswehr Hamburg, Hamburg (Germany)

11:00 C3.2 Wireless-Based energy autonomous tire pressure monitoring system

J. Warmuth, Universität München (Germany)

11:20 C3.3 Senor-based Personal Protective Equipment in forestry work with dangerous machines and equipment (power saws) – IGF No. 16119 N

J. Beringer, HIT Hohenstein, Bönnigheim (Germany)

11:40 C3.4 Improved energy efficency through integration of self-powered sensors and mobile communication methods wirhin factory applications

B. Kärcher, Festo AG & Co KG, Esslingen (Germany)

10:30 - 12:00 D3: Cell Sensing

Room Amsterdam, NCC West
Chair J. Vellekoop, University of Bremen (Germany)

10:30 D3.1 Physical measurement methods for on-chip cell analysis

M. Vellekoop, University of Bremen (Germany)

11:00 D3.2 Towards a Gigahertz Microfluidic Impedance Cytometer

N. Haandbaek , ETH Zürich, Basel (Switzerland)

11:20 D3.3 Cell Culture Monitoring System Comprising Superoxide Sensors for Tumour Cell Analysis

H. Flamm, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg IMTEK, Freiburg (Germany)

11:40 D3.4 Development of a Lab-on-a-Chip for Detection of Bacteria in Food Samples

S. Mitra, University of Alberta Micro Nano-scale Transport Laboratory, Edmonton (Canada)

13:00 - 14:30 Poster Session

Room Level 2, NCC West

P1: Mechanical

P1.1 Innovative smart sensors to enhance eco-efficiency of a continuous (steel) production line

S. Benecke, Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin (Germany)

P1.2 Environmental conditions-based analysis of energy harvesting systems for wireless sensor networks

S. Kempf, Fraunhofer-Institut - EMI, Freiburg (Germany)

P1.3 Design of Hall Effect Gear Tooth Speed Sensors by Using Magnetic Field Simulation

C. Liu, ChenYang Technologies GmbH & Co. KG , Finsing (Germany)

P1.4 A low-cost capacitive fuel-level and quality sensor for automotive applications

T. Eggers, Hella Fahrzeugkomponenten GmbH, Bremen (Germany)

P1.5 A standard to measure flow rates between 1 and 50 nl/min

M. Ahrens, Fachhochschule Lübeck, Lübeck (Germany)

P1.6 One-dimensional Orientation using a Low-cost Inertial Sensor

M. Haid, Hochschule Darmstadt, Darmstadt (Germany)

P1.7 Comparison of Laservibrometers and Strain Gauges as Reference Sensors for High-g Shock Accelerometer Calibration Systems

M. Mende, SPEKTRA Schwingungstechnik und Akustik GmbH, Dresden (Germany)

P1.8 New CAD System for Designing the Pressure Differential Flowmeters

R. Fedoryshyn, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv (Ukraine)

P1.9 Application of Mechanical Springs as Inductive Position Sensors

H. Zur, Hochschule für Technik Leipzig, Leizig (Germany)

P2: Gas Sensors

P2.1 VOCs vapour sensor based on polyaniline salts films and quartz crystal microbalance

B. Mettai, Ecole Militaire Polytechnique EMP, Alger (Algeria)

P2.2 Test Field for the Validation of a Multifunctional Sensor for Distributed Under-Surface Monitoring of Gas Storage Areas

P. Neumann, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Berlin (Germany)

P2.3 A solid-state potentiometric CO2-sensor in thick film technology for breath analysis

S. Wiegärtner, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth (Germany)

P2.4 Design of a gas sensor using metal oxide nanowires

C. Schmädicke, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)

P2.5 High sensitivity optoelectronic sensor for nitric oxide detection in exhaled human

Z. Bielecki, Military University of Technology, Warsaw (Poland)

P2.6 Evaluation of heater temperature to detect gases in a flowing fluid

C. Hepp, ST AG, Wattwil (Switzerland)

P2.7 Pulsed polarization of lambda probes - evaluation of the polarization current

S. Fischer, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth (Germany)

P3: Technology

P3.1 Development and characterization of a high precision vibratory MEMS gyroscope system with low-noise integrated readout and control electronics

D. Köhler, EDC Electronic Design Chemnitz GmbH, Chemnitz (Germany)

P3.2 Low-cost Thick-film Sensor Based on Piezoelectric Effect for Ballistic Application

D. Crescini, University of Brescia, Brescia (Italy)

P3.3 Innovative and robust Sensor product development with Design for Six Sigma

W. Korb, arteos GmbH, Seligenstädter (Germany)

P3.4 Fabrication of silicon oxycarbide-based microcomponents via photolithographic and soft lithography approaches

E. Ionescu, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt (Germany)

P3.5 Development of a Multi-Sensor Micro Reactor System for cell-based analysis

A. Böhme, Technische Hochschule Wildau, Wildau (Germany)

P4: Microwave

P4.1 Microwave-Based Diesel Particulate Filter Monitoring – Soot Load Determination and Influencing Parameters

M. Feulner, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth (Germany)

P4.2 Variety of RFID sensor transponders & communication ways

C. Eberhardt, microsensys GmbH, Erfurt (Germany)

P4.3 In operando detection of coke deposits on a fixedbed catalyst by a contactless microwave method

P. Fremerey, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth (Germany)

P4.4 Touch Sensitivity of Objects Based on Surface Acoustic Waves

G. Lindner, Hochschule für angewandte Coburg Wissenschaften, Coburg (Germany)

P5: Optical Sensors

P5.1 Tetraphenylporphyrin lanthanide complexes as new optical sensor media for oxygen determination

E. Ermolina, Tomsk State University, Tomsk (Russia)

P5.2 Optical part measuring inside a milling machine

N. Meier, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Lüneburg (Germany)

P5.3 Machine-Vision-Based and Inertial-Sensor-Supported Navigation System for the Minimal Invasive Surgery

M. Kamil, Hochschule Darmstadt (Germany)

P5.4 Thermal pattern generation for infrared deflectometry

S. Höfer, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie KIT, Karlsruhe (Germany)

14:30 - 15:50 A4: Audio Transducers

Room Room Paris, NCC West
Chair Ch. Weistenhöfer, Siemens Audiologische Technik GmbH, Erlangen (Germany)

14:30 A4.1 The Smallest Electret Microphone with good performance

A. van Halteren, Sonion Nederland B.V., Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

14:50 A4.2 Network synthesis and hybrid modeling of miniature electroacoustic sensors

D. Warren , Knowles Electronics, Itasca, Illinois (USA)

15:10 A4.3 The Infineon Silicon MEMS Microphone

A. Dehé , Infineon Technologies AG, München (Germany)

15:30 A4.4 Adapting an in situ impedance measurement set-up for high sound pressure levels

A. Grosso , Microflown Technologies BV , Arnhem (The Netherlands)

14:30 - 15:50 B4: Sensor Materials

Room Venedig, NCC West
Chair H. Meixner, Haar (Germany)

14:30 B4.1 Carbon-containing High Temperature Piezoresistive Materials

E. Ionescu, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt (Germany)

15:10 B4.3 Develop Polymer-Derived Ceramics for Harsh-Environmental Sensors

L. An, University of Central Florida, Orlando (USA)

15:30 B4.4 Al-doped mesoporous SnO2 nanotubes with enhanced gas-sensing properties fabricated using electrospinning

J. Wu, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan (China)

14:30 - 15:50 C4: Wireless Sensors II

Room London, NCC West
Chair A. Rampe, Endress+Hauser GmbH + Co. KG, Reinach (Germany)

14:30 C4.1 Low-Cost Spectrum Analyzer for Cognitive Radio Applications and Coexistence Management in the 2.45 GHz ISM-Band

R. Hornung , Helmut-Schmidt-Universität, Universität der Bundeswehr, Hamburg (Germany)

14:50 C4.2 Large-area wireless sensor system for Ambient Assisted Living

A. Steinhage , Future-Shape GmbH, Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn (Germany)

15:10 C4.3 Design of a passive RFID based Sensor System

S. Harasty , Hochschule Fulda (Germany)

15:30 C4.4 Mirco to Nano Integration of Intelligent Wireless Sensors Networks for Structurcal Meso Scale Applications

D. Ulieru , SITEX 45 SRL, Bucharest (Romania)

14:30 - 15:30 D4: Biosensors I

Room Amsterdam, NCC West
Chair F. L. Dickert, University Vienna (Austria)

14:30 D4.1 Monitoring Cells and Spores by Biomimetic Sensors - Applications in Biotechnology and Biological Threat

F. L. Dickert , University Vienna (Austria)

14:50 D4.2 On-chip Biosensing with high Q Amorphous Silicon Microdisk Resonators

T. Lipka, Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg, Hamburg (Germany)

15:10 D4.3 Development of an universial allergen sensor system

A. Göhlich , Fraunhofer-Institut - IMS -, Duisburg (Germany)

16:20 - 17:40 A5: Mircoacoustic Sensors

Room Paris, NCC West
Chair R. Lucklum, University Magdeburg (Germany)

16:20 A5.1 Design Strategy for a New High-g Accelerometer

R. Kuells , Fraunhofer- Institut - EMI -, Efringen-Kirchen (Germany)

16:40 A5.2 Studies of adsorption and complexation of copper and lead with environmental relevance with an electrochemical quartz crystal nanobalance

M. T. Gomes, University of Aveiro, Aveiro (Portugal)

17:00 A5.3 Surface acoustic wave devices meet nanophotonics

H. Krenner , Universität Augsburg, Augsburg (Germany)

17:20 A5.4 Clean or not clean - Detecting fouling in heat exchangers

E. Wallhäuße, Technische Universität München, München (Germany)

16:20 - 17:40 B5: Measuring Technology

Room Venedig, NCC West
Chair W. Daum, Federal Institute for Materials Research and testing (BAM), Berlin (Germany)

16:20 B5.1 Radar based detection and tracking of objects under poor visibility conditions

A. Hülsmann, Fraunhofer IPA, Freiburg (Germany)

16:40 B5.2 Multi-sensor Systems for Safety-related Monitoring

M. Bartholmai , Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Berlin (Germany)

17:00 B5.3 A Novel Diagnostic- and Monitoring System for Technological Plasmas based on the Concept of the Multipole Resonance Probe

T. Styrnoll, Ruhr-University Bochum, Bochum (Germany)

17:20 B5.4 Signal Processing for Single Transducer Distance Measurement Applications to Reduce the Blind Zone

A. Schröder, Universität Paderborn, Paderborn (Germany)

16:20 - 17:40 C5: Measurement Systems

Room London, NCC West
Chair M. Sellen, MIRCO-EPSILON Eletrotec GmbH, Ortenburg (Germany)

16:20 C5.1 Selective detection of (E)-hexenal in the sub-ppm range and of ethanol in the low-ppm-range using semiconducting gas sensors with temperature cycled operation (TCO)

A. Kreiter, Saarland Universität, Saarbrücken (Germany)

16:40 C5.2 Miniaturised drug delivery system TUDOS with accurate metering of μl volumes

M. Richter, Fraunhofer Institution -EMFT-, München (Germany)

17:00 C5.3 Imaging Sensor with Integrated Feature Extraction for High-Speed Imaging

M. Klaiber , University Stuttgart (Germany)

17:20 C5.4 Characterization and Identification of Diesel Fuels, Biodiesel and their Blends by Time-Resolved Laser-Induced Fluorescence Spectroscopy (TRLFS)

Z. Fan, Technologietransferzentrum Automotive der Hochschule Coburg, Coburg (Germany)

16:20 - 17:20 D5: Biosensors II

Room Amsterdam, NCC West
Chair G. A. Urban, University Freiburg (Germany)

16:20 D5.1 Novel Microthermal Sensors for Quantification of Methanol in Waterfor Direct Methanol Fuel Cells

B. Schmitt, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken (Germany)

16:40 D5.2 Remote THz Sensing With Graphene And Carbon Nanotube Quantum Dots

S. Shafraniuk, Northwestern University, Evanston (USA)

17:00 D5.3 Characterization of OFET-Type Sensors based on Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Derivatives

A. Bayn , Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa (Israel)

Thursday, 16 May 2013

08:30 - 10:00 A6: Magnetic Sensors I

Room Paris, NCC West
Chair R. Slatter, Sensitec GmbH, Lahnau (Germany)

08:30 A6.1 Highly integrated magnetoresistive sensors in aerospace applications

R. Slatter, Sensitec GmbH, Lahnau (Germany)

09:00 A6.2 Highly flexible absolute integrated encoder system on GMR-basis

B. Stritzke, Bauer & Co. GmbH, Oberhausen (Germany)

09:20 A6.3 Adapted GMR arrays in stray field and eddy current NDT applications

M. Kreutzbruck, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Berlin (Germany)

09:40 A6.4 Reduced Energy Consumption by Magneto Resistive Current Measurement

A. Nebeling, ELMOS Semiconductor AG, Dortmund (Germany)

08:30 - 10:00 B6: Dimensional Measurement

Room Dublin, NCC West
Chair A. Weckenmann, University Erlangen-Nürnberg (Germany)

08:30 B6.1 Function-oriented, dimensional metrology - more than determining size and shape

W. Hartmann, University Erlangen- Nürnberg (Germany)

09:00 B6.2 The uncertainty of roughness parameters

J. Seewig, University of Kaiserlautern (Germany)

09:20 B6.3 Novel fiber probes for optical and tactile-optical Measurements

T. Wiedenhöfer, Werth Messtechnik GmbH, Gießen (Germany)

09:40 B6.4 Effects on the calibration of instruments in surface metrology

Ö. Tan, Solms (Germany)

08:30 - 10:00 C6: Sensor Communication

Room Amsterdam, NCC West
Chair G. Fischerauer, University Bayreuth (Germany)

08:30 C6.1 Cocoon: Cooperative Sensorcommunication – a new approach towards Wireless Communication in Sensor Networks

K. Hofmann, Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany)

09:00 C6.2 Design, Simulation, and Verification of Highly Portable and Flexible Communication Stacks for Automatic Meter Reading (AMR)

A. Sikora, Hochschule Offenburg, Offenburg (Germany)

09:20 C6.3 Low Power Transmission for Autonomous Wireless Indoor Sensors

A. Valenzuela, Fachhochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg, Sankt Augustin (Germany)

09:40 C6.4 Power Aware Wirless Sensor Networks for Smart Metering Solutions in Bulidings

F. Derbel, Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur Leipzig, Leipzig (Germany)

08:30 - 10:00 D6: Temperatur Sensors

Room Venedig, NCC West
Chair T. Fröhlich, Technical University Ilmenau (Germany)

08:30 D6.1 Comparison of spatially extended fiber-optic temperature measurement systems for energy applications

M. Villnow, Siemens AG, Erlangen (Germany)

09:00 D6.2 Self-validating contact thermometry sensors for higher temperatures

F. Edler, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Berlin (Germany)

09:20 D6.3 Optical Fiber Temperature Measurement for Process Industry

S. von Dosky, Siemens AG, Karlsruhe (Germany)

09:40 D6.4 Innovative measurement technology for fullscale fatique test of Airbus A380

Jörg Emmerich, IABG mbH, Ottobrunn / Dresden (Germany)

08:30 - 10:00 E6: Gas Sensors I

Room London, NCC West
Chair R. Moos, University Bayreuth (Germany)

08:30 E6.1 Technology platform for customized ceramic sensors for gases, temperatures and flows - Innovative gas sensors for selected applications in safety and medical engineering

O. Kiesewetter, UST Umweltsensortechnik GmbH, Geschwenda (Germany)

09:00 E6.2 Development of an Electronic Nose System to Diagnose Heart Failure from Human Skin Odor

A. Voss, Ernst- Abbe-Fachhochschule Jena, Jena (Germany)

09:20 E6.3 Overview on solid-state dosimeter-type gas sensors

A. Groß, Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth (Germany)

09:40 E6.4 H2S detection utilizing percolation effects in copper oxide

T. Sauerwald, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken (Germany)

10:30 - 12:00 A7: Magnetic Sensors II

Room Paris, NCC West
Chair A. Schubert, MSA Auer GmbH, Berlin (Germany)

10:30 A7.1 Large area magnetic field camera for inline magnet inspection

K. Vervaeke, MagCam NV, Leuven (Belgium)

10:50 A7.2 LinACE in-axis absolute linear encoder

M. Sivec, RLS Merilna tehnika d.o.o., Komenda (Slovenia)

11:10 A7.3 Measurement System for the Characterization of Magnetic Actuators on the base of Magnetic Stray Fields

M. Brela, Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen, Erlangen (Germany)

11:30 A7.4 A high sensitivity analog and digital position sensor for the detection of ferromagnetic target in automotive applications

M. Delbaere, Moving Magnet Technologies S.A., Besançon (France)

10:30 - 12:00 B7: Calibration & Test

Room Dublin, NCC West
Chair K. D. Sommer, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Braunschweig (Germany)

10:30 B7.1 Precise temperature calibration for laser heat treatment

M. Seifert, Frauenhofer IWS, Dresden (Germany)

10:50 B7.2 New primary setup for conductivity sensor calibration in pure water between 5.5 μS m-1 and 15 mS m-1

S. Seitz, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Braunschweig (Germany)

11:10 B7.3 Leak test of sensors with the test medium compressed air

J. Lapsien, CETA Testsysteme GmbH, Hilden (Germany)

11:30 B7.4 Dynamic Force Calibration

M. Mende, SPEKTRA Schwingungstechnik und Akustik GmbH, Dresden (Germany)

10:30 - 12:00 C7: Sensor Networks

Room London, NCC West
Chair L. Reindl, University Freiburg (Germany)

10:30 C7.1 Energy Efficient Wireless Networking of Sensor Nodes

I. Demirkol, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Catalunya (Spain)

10:50 C7.2 A Routing Approach based on Wireless Wake up Receivers

A. Bannoura, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Freiburg (Germany)

11:10 C7.3 Configuration-Free Localization based on Time Differences of Arrival

C. Schindelhauer, Albert-Ludwigs- Universität Freiburg, Freiburg (Germany)

11:30 C7.4 Energy harvesting for sensor applications in the energy sector

T. Keutel, Technische Universität Chemnitz, Chemnitz (Germany)

10:30 - 12:00 D7: Viscosity Sensors

Room Venedig, NCC West
Chair B. Jakoby, University Linz (Austria)

10:30 D7.1 Resonator Sensors for Rheological Properties - Theory and Devices

E. Reichel, Johannes-Kepler- Universität Linz, Linz (Austria)

10:50 D7.2 Inline viscometery for non-Newtonian viscosity characterization

M. Zavrsnik, Anton Paar GmbH, Graz (Austria)

11:10 D7.3 Calibration of In line Acoustic Wave Viscosity Sensors for the Measurement of Printing Inks

D. Piscotty, Vectron Intl., Hudson (USA)

11:30 D7.4 MEMS-based Measurement of Rheological Fluid Properties

I. Dufour, Université de Bordeaux, Talence Cedex (France)

10:30 - 12:00 E7: Gas Sensors II

Room London, NCC West
Chair J. Müller, Technical University Hamburg-Harburg (Germany)

10:30 E7.1 H2 and CO Sensors Produced with Plasma- Electrochemically Oxidized Titanium Foils: Structure and Sensing Properties

M. El Achhab, Heinrich- Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf (Germany)

10:50 E7.2 Sol-Gel based Optical Ammonia Gas Sensor

S. Widmer, EMPA, Swiss Fed. Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (Switzerland)

11:10 E7.3 Sensing of gaseous malodors in landfills and waste treatment plants

B. Fabbri, University of Ferrara, Ferrara (Italy)

11:30 E7.4 Using Amperometric Electrochemical Gas Sensors to Reliably Measure ppb Gas Concentrations

J. Saffell, University of Cambridge (UK)

13:00 - 14:30 A8: Impedance Spectroscopy

Room Paris, NCC West
Chair O. Kanoun, Technical University Chemnitz (Germany)

13:00 A8.1 Water quality assessment by combining impedance spectroscopy measurement with cyclic voltammetry

R. Gruden, Seuffer GmbH & Co. KG; Calw (Germany)

13:30 A8.2 Parameter Free Modell for Diagnosis and Behavior Simulation of Energy Storage Units

P. Büschel, Technische Universität Chemnitz, Chemnitz (Germany)

13:50 A8.3 Handled Bioimpedance Spectrometer for the Total Frequency Range of the ß-Dispersion

D. Bouchaala, Chemnitz University of Technology, Chemnitz (Germany)

14:10 A8.4 Microfluidic device for cancer cell monitoring using Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy

R. Rodriguez-Trujillo, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby (Denmark)

13:00 - 14:30 B8: Sensor Production

Room Venedig, NCC West
Chair W. Lang, University Bremen, IMSAS (Germany)

13:00 B8.1 Motion State Prediction by Unaided Inertial Micro- Machined Accelerometers

K. Keunecke, Universität der Bundeswehr Helmut- Schmidt-Universität Hamburg, Hamburg (Germany)

13:30 B8.2 Strategies for correcting the workpiece deformation during the manufacturing at the milling process

M. Eggebrecht, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Lüneburg (Germany)

13:50 B8.3 Design and Fabrication of a 5 MHz concave Phased Array Probe

J. Fischer, Fraunhofer-Institut - IZFP -, Dresden (Germany)

14:10 B8.4 Plasma Cleaning and Coating of Sensor Components

C. Dietel, Diener electronic GmbH + Co. KG, Ebhausen (Germany)

13:00 - 14:30 C8: Energy Harvesting

Room Amsterdam, NCC West
Chair B. Zagar, University Linz (Austria)

13:00 C8.1 Self-powered electronically controlled sanitary mixing faucet (thermo-electric energy harvester for low-power applications)

C. Beisteiner, Johannes-Kepler-Universität Linz (Austria)

13:30 C8.2 An Electro-Dynamic Energy Harvester Supplying a Wireless Sensor Node

F. Maier, Linz Center of Mechatronics GmbH, Linz (Austria)

13:50 C8.3 Photovoltaic Energy Harvesting under Low Lighting Conditions

M. Kasemann, Albert-Ludwigs- Universität Freiburg, Freiburg (Germany)

14:10 C8.4 Dual-DC/DC Strategy for Enhanced Efficiency in Solar Powered Energy Harvesting

C. Viehweger, Technische Universität Chemnitz, Chemnitz (Germany)

13:00 - 14:30 D8: Sensors for Energy

Room Venedig, NCC West
Chair H. J. Lilienhof, Gelsenkirchen University of Applied Sciences (Germany)

13:00 D8.1 Statistical and Semantic Multisensor Data Evaluation for Fluid Condition Monitoring in Wind Turbines

A. Schütze, Saarland University, Saarbrücken (Germany)

13:20 D8.2 Wind turbine rotor dynamics measurement using fiber optic sensors

M. Müller, fos4X GmbH, München (Germany)

13:40 D8.3 Experience with Special Fiber Optic Sensors for Online Monitoring of High Voltage Stator Windings at Large Turbine Generators - Long Term Reliability and Machine Operation Diagnosis -

S. Strack, Siemens AG, Erlangen (Germany)

14:00 D8.4 Characterization of Fiber Bragg Grating sensor in a high speed rotating pipe

R. Ramalingam, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie KIT Campus Nord, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen (Germany)

13:00 - 14:30 E8: Gas Sensors III

Room London, NCC West
Chair M. Fleischer, Siemens, München (Germany)

13:00 E8.1 CMOS integration of Workfunction Gas Sensors

I. Freund, Micronas, Freiburg (Germany)

13:30 E8.2 Nanoporous Metal Oxides: Chemical Synthesis and Gas-Sensing Properties

M. Tiemann, Universität Paderborn, Paderborn (Germany)

14:10 E8.4 Multi sensor integration for exhaust applications

E. Magori, Siemens AG, München (Germany)

14:30 - 16:00 D9: Medical Sensors

Room Venedig, NCC West
Chair S. Büttgenbach, Technical University Braunschweig (Germany)

14:30 D9.1 From Head to Toe: Sensors for application at and within human

T. Meiß, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt (Germany)

15:00 D9.2 Impedance Measurement of Wound Infection Status

A. Schröter, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden (Germany)

15:20 D9.3 State of the Art Telemetric Implantable Sensors and Their Encapsulation

M. Kraft, Fraunhofer-Institut - IMS -, Duisburg (Germany)

15:40 D9.4 Estimating muscular activity of the quadriceps femoris muscles by measuring the change in shape

J. Hielscher, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt (Germany)