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Michael Melzer
Michael Melzer
IFW Dresden, Universität Potsdam
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Wearable magnetic field sensors for flexible electronics
M Melzer, JI Mönch, D Makarov, Y Zabila, GS Cañón Bermúdez, ...
Advanced Materials 27 (7), 1274-1280, 2015
2732015
Imperceptible magnetoelectronics
M Melzer, M Kaltenbrunner, D Makarov, D Karnaushenko, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 6080, 2015
2412015
Shapeable magnetoelectronics
D Makarov, M Melzer, D Karnaushenko, OG Schmidt
Applied Physics Reviews 3 (1), 2016
1892016
Stretchable magnetoelectronics
M Melzer, D Makarov, A Calvimontes, D Karnaushenko, S Baunack, ...
Nano letters 11 (6), 2522-2526, 2011
1822011
Stretchable spin valves on elastomer membranes by predetermined periodic fracture and random wrinkling
M Melzer, G Lin, D Makarov, OG Schmidt
Advanced Materials 24 (48), 6468, 2012
1052012
Direct transfer of magnetic sensor devices to elastomeric supports for stretchable electronics
M Melzer, D Karnaushenko, G Lin, S Baunack, D Makarov, OG Schmidt
Advanced Materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.) 27 (8), 1333, 2015
982015
A highly flexible and compact magnetoresistive analytic device
G Lin, D Makarov, M Melzer, W Si, C Yan, OG Schmidt
Lab on a chip 14 (20), 4050-4058, 2014
782014
Imperceptible magnetic sensor matrix system integrated with organic driver and amplifier circuits
M Kondo, M Melzer, D Karnaushenko, T Uemura, S Yoshimoto, ...
Science advances 6 (4), eaay6094, 2020
772020
Light weight and flexible high‐performance diagnostic platform
D Karnaushenko, B Ibarlucea, S Lee, G Lin, L Baraban, S Pregl, M Melzer, ...
Advanced healthcare materials 4 (10), 1517-1525, 2015
762015
High-performance giant magnetoresistive sensorics on flexible Si membranes
N Pérez, M Melzer, D Makarov, O Ueberschär, R Ecke, SE Schulz, ...
Applied Physics Letters 106 (15), 2015
562015
Elastic magnetic sensor with isotropic sensitivity for in-flow detection of magnetic objects
M Melzer, D Karnaushenko, D Makarov, L Baraban, A Calvimontes, ...
Rsc Advances 2 (6), 2284-2288, 2012
552012
Increased permittivity nanocomposite dielectrics by controlled interfacial interactions
DN McCarthy, H Stoyanov, D Rychkov, H Ragusch, M Melzer, G Kofod
Composites science and technology 72 (6), 731-736, 2012
532012
A review on stretchable magnetic field sensorics
M Melzer, D Makarov, OG Schmidt
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 53 (8), 083002, 2020
482020
Flexible hall sensorics for flux-based control of magnetic levitation
IJ Mönch, F Bahr, M Melzer, D Karnaushenko, D Makarov, W Hofmann, ...
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 51 (11), 1-4, 2015
292015
Rolled-up permalloy nanomembranes with multiple windings
R Streubel, D Makarov, J Lee, C MüLler, M Melzer, R SchäFer, ...
Spin 3 (03), 1340001, 2013
242013
The influence of mechanical properties in the electrical breakdown in poly-styrene-ethylene-butadiene-styrene thermoplastic elastomer
M Kollosche, M Melzer, A Becker, H Stoyanov, DN McCarthy, H Ragusch, ...
Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices (EAPAD) 2009 7287, 741-749, 2009
212009
Packaging technologies for (Ultra-) thin sensor applications in active magnetic bearings
D Ernst, M Melzer, D Makarov, F Bahr, W Hofmann, OG Schmidt, T Zerna
Proceedings of the 2014 37th International Spring Seminar on Electronics …, 2014
142014
Permanent magnet bias AMB using integrated Hall sensor based air gap flux density feedback
F Bahr, M Melzer, D Karnaushenko, D Makarov, GSC Bermudez, ...
Proceedings of the 1st Brazilian Workshop on Magnetic Bearings, Rio de Janeiro, 2013
142013
Stretchability and self-healing of wrinkled GMR multilayers on elastomeric membranes
M Melzer, A Kopylov, D Makarov, OG Schmidt
Spin 3 (03), 1340005, 2013
132013
Packaging of ultrathin flexible magnetic field sensors with polyimide interposer and integration in an active magnetic bearing
D Ernst, M Faghih, R Liebfried, M Melzer, D Karnaushenko, W Hofmann, ...
IEEE Transactions on Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology 10 …, 2019
102019
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