Focus Group F3 "Comparison of Sensor Concepts"

This focus group is dedicated to establishing common definitions of sensor performance parameters such as sensitivity, frequency behavior, or limit of detection (LOD). Measurement procedures are defined to allow for comparability of performance results. The sensors developed in the CRC are compared to other types of magnetic field sensors.

The focus group is lead by Michael Höft.The following projects participate in the focus group:

  • A1 (Magnetostrictive Multilayers for Magnetoelectric Sensors)
  • A2 (Hybrid Magnetoelectric Sensors Based on Mechanically Soft Composite Materials)
  • A4 (ΔE-Effect Sensors)
  • A5 (Piezotronic Magnetoelectric Composites)
  • A7 (ΔE-Effect Sensors)
  • A9 (Surface Acoustic Wave Magnetic Field Sensors)
  • B1 (Sensor Noise Performance and Analogue System Design)
  • B2 (Digital Signal Processing)
  • Z2 (Magnetoelectric Sensor Characterization)

 

Participating Researchers

Involved researchers Projects
Rainer Adelung A2 - Hybrid Magnetoelectric Sensors Based on Mechanically Soft Composite Materials
A5 - Piezotronic Magnetoelectric Composites
Johan Arbustini B1 - Sensor Noise Performance and Analogue System Design
Andreas Bahr B1 - Sensor Noise Performance and Analogue System Design
Christin Bald B2 - Digital Signal Processing
Eric Elzenheimer Z2 - Magnetoelectric Sensor Characterization
Erik Engelhardt B10 - Magnetoelectric Sensor Systems for Cardiologic Applications
Franz Faupel A2 - Hybrid Magnetoelectric Sensors Based on Mechanically Soft Composite Materials
A4 - ∆E-Effect Sensors
B7 - 3D-Imaging of Magnetically Labelled Cells
Martha Gerhardt A5 - Piezotronic Magnetoelectric Composites
Martina Gerken A2 - Modelling of Magnetoelectric Sensors
Elizaveta Golubeva A1 - Magnetostrictive Multilayers for Magnetoelectric Sensors
Patrick Hayes A7 - ΔE-Effect Sensors
Johannes Hoffmann B9 - Magnetoelectric Sensors for Movement Detection and Analysis
Fatih Ilgaz A4 - ΔE-effect Sensors
Sören Kaps A2 - Hybrid Magnetoelectric Sensors Based on Mechanically Soft Composite Materials
A5 - Piezotronic Magnetoelectric Composites
Anne Kittmann Z1 - MEMS Magnetoelectric Sensor Fabrication
Matthias Krantz A8 - Modelling of Magnetoelectric Sensors
Hanna Lewitz Z1 - MEMS Magnetoelectric Sensor Fabrication
Fabian Lofink A9 - Surface Acoustic Wave Magnetic Field Sensors
Jeffrey McCord A1 - Magnetostrictive Multilayers for Magnetoelectric Sensors
A10 - Magnetic Noise of Magnetoelectric Sensors
Dirk Meyners A1 - Magnetostrictive Multilayers for Magnetoelectric Sensors
Z1 - MEMS Magnetoelectric Sensor Fabrication
Marc Alexander Nowak Z1 - MEMS Magnetoelectric Sensor Fabrication
Mesut-Ömür Özden A8 - Modelling of Magnetoelectric Sensors
Eckhard Quandt A7 - Electrically Modulated Magnetoelectric Sensors
A9 - Surface Acoustic Wave Magnetic Field Sensors
Robert Rieger A4 - ∆E-Effect Sensors
Viktor Schell A9 - Surface Acoustic Wave Magnetic Field Sensors
Julius Schmalz A8 - Modelling of Magnetoelectric Sensors
Gerhard Schmidt B2 - Digital Signal Processing
B9 - Magnetoelectric Sensors for Movement Detection and Analysis
B10 - Magnetoelectric Sensor Systems for Cardiologic Applications
Z2 - Magnetoelectric Sensor Characterization
Stefan Schröder A2 - Hybrid Magnetoelectric Sensors Based on Mechanically Soft Composite Materials
Thomas Strunskus A2 - Hybrid Magnetoelectric Sensors Based on Mechanically Soft Composite Materials
Patrick Wiegand A4 - ΔE-Effect Sensors
Henrik Wolframm B1 - Analog Signal Processing
Mevlüt Yalaz T1 - Transfer Project – Individualized Deep Brain Stimulation
Lukas Zimoch A2 - Hybrid Magnetoelectric Sensors Based on Mechanically Soft Composite Materials