In order to analyse the data with sufficient accuracy, the researchers are working with different receptors that are categorised in three stages according to the traffic light principle. Using pattern recognition analogous to an artificial nose, it is intended that this smart sensor shall reliably monitor the ageing condition of transformer insulating oils in real time. The results will be set out in a table with the parameters and tolerances of the materials. In particular it will be ensured that sufficient freedom is provided for the individual work packages and that only parameters are defined precisely that require several working groups. The initial results are expected during The aim of the research project is to develop a miniaturised sensor platform that utilises the surface plasmon resonance SPR principle, whereby it is intended that it should also be capable of recognising changes in the chemical composition of various fluids both on- and inline. What do direct and alternating current mean? The receptors work in a manner comparable to the human tongue.
Dr. Mauro Figueiredo, University of Algarve, Portugal Prof. Dr. Chih-Yu Dr. Rudolf Bierl Sensor Technology and Analytics Prof. Dr. Rudolf. Prof. Dr. Palm Fr. Yildiran K Software Engineering Prof.
Dr. Bulenda. Dr. Rudolf Bierl Sensor Technology and Analytics Prof. Dr. Rudolf.
Suchergebnisse Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Regensburg
Prof. Dr. Rudolf Bierl, OTH Regensburg und Florian Olbrich, ScaraBot Technologies GmbH (Ausgründung der OTH Regenburg) referieren bei der.
Because of its advantages in regards to non-destructive and label-free measurements and its extreme sensitivity, SPR technology has so far been used very successfully at the laboratory scale, for example in bioanalysis and drug screening.
Chemoreceptive layer. This film can selectively bind specific constituents of the material being analysed, thus changing its properties.
The miniaturisation begins with the creation of a virtual sensor model and its simulation. The focus is on two main research areas: firstly, the miniaturisation and integration of measurement technology in an ultra-compact unit that allows not only cost-effective mass production but also user-friendly handling by untrained personnel; secondly, the development of an ultra-thin, chemically sensitive layer that is only a few nanometres thick and which also has multiple sensor spots across an area of just a few square millimetres.
The results will be set out in a table with the parameters and tolerances of the materials.
Joachim Latacz and Prof.
Dr. Anton Bierl. Prof. Latacz has supported me since I began my studies Particular thanks are also due to Dr. Rudolf Führer, Prof.
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Ignaz Laepple.
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Prof. Dr. Frank-Michael Matysik.
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Forschung Stromnetze New sensors with nondestructive and labelfree measurements
Anton Bierl) and the permanent members and volume authors Dr. Claude Brügger, Dr. Marina scholars joined the project from elsewhere: Dr. Rudolf Führer (Hamburg), Prof.
For the further progress, the software and electronics as well as the microfluidics will be developed in parallel. The researchers are developing miniaturised sensor platforms, including for use on such transformers.
What do direct and alternating current mean? The receptor for the analyte detection will be designed independently of these steps. Receptors for precisely analysing the data. All projects.