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Vortragstyp: Eingeladener Vortrag an anderen Institutionen

  1. Intelligente, weiche Materialien, Traunkirchen/Traunsee (10.07.2014)
  2. Hatte Aristoteles doch Recht? Von Fall- und Wurfgesetzen zu moderner Grundlagenforschung, Pädagogische Hochschule Steiermark Graz (27.01.2014)
  3. Weiche Materie - Von Aristoteles? Fallgesetzen zu moderner Elektronik, Welios, Wels (03.11.2013)
  4. Approaches to soft electronic skin, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia (IIT), Center for Micro-BioRobotics, Pisa (16.09.2013)
  5. Approaches to soft electronic skin, Leibniz-Institut für Festkörper- und Werkstoffforschung Dresden (05.09.2013)
  6. Kapazitive, pyro- und piezoelektrische Sensoren in der Automatisierung und in Sicherheitssystemen, Joanneum Research, Weiz (08.11.2012)
  7. Powering a stretchable future, Fraunhofer Institut für Zuverlässigkeit und Mikrointegration, Berlin (04.04.2012)
  8. Energiegewinnung mittels Generatoren aus Naturkautschuk, Wien, Palais Eschenbach (31.05.2011)
  9. How to write a paper, St. Stefan am Walde (17.02.2011)
  10. Ungewöhnliche Elektronik, Ars Electronica Center Linz (23.01.2011)
  11. Verpackungsfolien und Klebebänder: Wegwerfartikel oder spannende High Tech Materialien, Wissensturm Linz (23.11.2010)
  12. Ein Blick in die Zukunft - flexible und dehnbare Elektronik, Anton-Bruckner-Center 4052 Ansfelden (02.09.2010)
  13. Organic memory elements and arrays, Winterschool of Organic Electronics, Planneralm, A Planneralm (12.03.2010)
  14. Macroelectronic Sensors, 20th OE-A Working Group Meeting Holst Center, Eindhoven (25.02.2010)
  15. Elastomer actuators under voltage and charge control, PhD Winterschool on Dielectric Elastomer Transducers Ascona, Monte Verità (15.01.2010)
  16. Soft matter as transducer materials, Borealis Forschungszentrum Linz Linz (11.12.2007)
  17. Ferroelektret-Technologie in der Elektroakustik, NXP Semiconductors Austria GmbH Wien (10.11.2007)
  18. Packaging materials and glue in high-tech, Kunstuniversität Linz (18.06.2007)
  19. Funktionsdielektrika für flexible organische Elektronik, Deutsche Luft- und Raumfahrt Göttingen (21.05.2007)
  20. Ferroelectrets and their applications, Kobayashi Institute Tokyo (24.04.2007)
  21. Electret, ferroelectret and ferroelectric organic field-effect transistors: Devices and applications, Planneralm Planneralm, Donnersbach (29.01.2007)

Vortragstyp: Hauptvortrag / Eingeladener Vortrag auf einer Tagung

  1. Soft electronic skin, Bad Honnef (13.01.2015)
  2. Imperceptible electronics, Bad Honnef (12.01.2015)
  3. Imperceptible plastic electronics, Madrid (18.11.2014)
  4. Electrets: Long History ? Bright Future?, Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland (11.08.2014)
  5. A Soft Future: From Robots and Sensor Skin to Energy Harvesters, San Francisco, California (22.04.2014)
  6. A soft future: From robots and sensor skin to energy harvesters, Erich Schmid Institut für Materialwissenschaft, Leoben (10.04.2014)
  7. Overview DET, Technische Universität Darmstadt (25.03.2014)
  8. Approaches to soft electronic skin, San Diego, California (13.03.2014)
  9. A soft future: From robots and sensor skin to energy harvesters, Klosters (07.02.2014)
  10. Going Soft: From Ultraflexible and Stretchable Electronics to Soft Robots and Energy Harvesting, Boston, Massachusetts (02.12.2013)
  11. Hat Aristoteles doch recht?, JKU, Linz (04.09.2013)
  12. Imperceptible electronics: From clinging plastic wrap to ultrathin solar cells and integrated circuits, Schloss Ringberg, Tegernsee (05.07.2013)
  13. Going soft: from ultraflexible and stretchable electronics to soft robots and energy generators, Ars Electronica Center Linz (11.06.2013)
  14. Ultralightweight and flexible electronics, Kobe Convention Center, Kobe (20.05.2013)
  15. Approaches to soft electronic skin, Auckland (11.02.2013)
  16. EAP fundamental considerations, Neuchatel (16.10.2012)
  17. Natural and nature-inspired materials for environmentally-friendly, green organic electronics (21.08.2012)
  18. Hydrogen-bonded Semiconductors for Photovoltaic and TFT Applications (02.07.2012)
  19. Smart Soft Actuators and Energy Harvesters, Montecatini Terme (11.06.2012)
  20. Hydrogen-bonded Indigoids and Acridones: Highly Ordered Semiconductors for High Performance Organic Electronics Applications (23.05.2012)
  21. Hydrogen Bonding in Organic Materials: High Performance Natural and Nature-inspired Semiconductors for Green Organic Electronics (16.05.2012)
  22. Stretchable Solar Cells and Rechargeable and Stretchable Batteries, Berlin (04.04.2012)
  23. Large area flexible and stretchable electronics, Berlin (31.01.2012)
  24. High Performance Natural Semiconductor for Green Organic Electronics Development, San Francisco, California, USA (23.01.2012)
  25. Power Supply, Generation and Storage in Stretchable Electronics, Berlin (17.11.2011)
  26. Bio and Bio-inspired Semiconductors for Sustainable Organic Electronics (10.10.2011)
  27. Natural and nature-inspired semiconductors for organic electronics, San Diego Convention Center San Diego, California (25.08.2011)
  28. Natural and Biocompatible Materials for Sustainable Organic Electronics, Foz do Iguaçu, Rafain Hotel & Convention Center (07.06.2011)
  29. Dielectric elastomers: from the beginning of modern science to applications in actuators and energy harvesters, San Diego Town and Country Resort & Convention Center San Diego, CA (07.03.2011)
  30. High performance natural semiconductors for green organic electronics development, Moscone Center San Francisco, California (26.01.2011)
  31. Organic Materials for Sensors and Actuators, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz Linz (05.09.2010)
  32. Bio-inspired organic field-effect transistors, SPIE Optics+Photonics 2010, San Diego Convention Center San Diego (02.08.2010)
  33. Flexible and Strechtable Dielectrics, 10th IEEE International Conference on Solid Dielectrics, Universität Potsdam (08.07.2010)
  34. Plastic electronic sensors, 3rd Global Plastic Electronics Conference Frankfurt (30.10.2007)
  35. Piezoelectric polymers, MRS Meeting, Boston, 2006 Boston (28.11.2006)

Vortragstyp: Eingeladener Vortrag an Universität

  1. A soft future, Universität Wien, Institut für Physikalische Chemie (16.05.2014)
  2. A soft future, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Lehrstuhl f Materialien d Elektronik u Energietec (06.05.2014)
  3. Hat Aristoteles doch recht?, Fakultät für Physik der Universität Wien (25.02.2014)
  4. Energy Generation and Storage for Flexible and Stretchable Electronics, Max Planck Institut Potsdam-Golm (23.01.2014)
  5. A soft future: From robots and sensor skin to energy harvesters, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Cambridge, MA 02138 (05.12.2013)
  6. A soft future, The University of Tokyo (23.05.2013)
  7. From macro- and stretchable electronics to soft machines and energy harvesting, Stanford University, Department of Chemical Engineering, Stanford (18.03.2013)
  8. From macro- and stretchable electronics to soft machines and energy harvesting, UCLA, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Los Angeles (15.03.2013)
  9. Approaches to soft electronic Skin, The University of Auckland, Auckland Bioengineering Institute (21.02.2013)
  10. Compliant (Flexible) energy sources, École Polytechnique de Montréal (22.11.2012)
  11. Playing with Balloons ? from Aristotle?s Laws of Gravitation to Soft Machines (01.06.2012)
  12. High performance natural semiconductors for green organic electronics, Ludwig Maximilians Universität München, Center for NanoScience (22.11.2011)
  13. Large Area Electronics: Power and signal distribution and supplies in stretchable electronics, Princeton University, Department of Electrical Engineering Princeton, NJ 08544 (15.04.2010)
  14. Macroelectronics: From Flex to Stretch, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Cambridge, MA 02138 (12.04.2010)
  15. Materialien für flexible und konforme elektronische Bauelemente, Technische Universität Darmstadt Darmstadt (12.11.2009)
  16. Materials for flexible and conformable electronics, EMPA-Akademie 8600 Dübendorf (20.10.2009)
  17. Modern Polymer Piezo- and Ferroelectric Sensorsystems: Concrete Physics of Soft Matter for Flexible Applications, Technische Universität Darmstadt Darmstadt (19.03.2009)
  18. Funktionsdielektrika für flexible organische Elektronik, Universität Göttingen Göttingen (21.05.2007)
  19. Verpackungsfolien und elastische Kunststoffe: Materialien für high-tech Produkte, Eingeladener Vortrag Erlangen (18.12.2006)
  20. Foams and Elastomers: Electromechanically active soft matter materials, Eingeladener Vortrag am Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Ma Princeton (22.10.2006)
  21. Verpackungsfolie und Klebstoff als Materialien für High-Tech Produkte, 1. Oberösterreichische Wissenschaftskonferenz Universität Linz (18.10.2006)

Vortragstyp: Vortrag auf einer Tagung (referiert)

  1. Bio-inspired Microfluidic Devices for Passive, Directional Liquid Transport: Model-based Adaption for Different Materials, Eurosensors 2015, Freiburg (08.09.2015)
  2. Impedance Spectroscopy and Laser-Induced Photocurrent Approach to Study the Degradation of Organic Solar Cells, Boston, Massachusetts (04.12.2014)
  3. Patterned high-k metal oxide electret films for plastic electronic circuits, Baltimore (11.08.2014)
  4. Phase-transition actuators for robotic elements, Linköping (10.06.2014)
  5. Impedance Spectroscopy for Study of Degradation of Organic Solar Cells, Lille (30.05.2014)
  6. Combined dielectric spectroscopy and laser-induced photocurrent approach to study the degradation of organic solar cells, San Francisco, California (04.02.2014)
  7. Direct writing of high-k metal oxide dielectrics for flexible large area electronics, Linz, JKU (06.09.2013)
  8. Large-scale, ultrathin and lightweight organic active matrix tactile sensing arrays, Erlangen (20.06.2013)
  9. Soft Robotics and Colour Alteration Using Phase Transition Actuation, San Francisco, California (03.04.2013)
  10. A comparison of the electromechanical characteristics of dielectric elastomer minimum energy structures (DEMES) and planar dielectric elastomer actuators (p-DEAs), San Diego, CA (13.03.2013)
  11. Dielectric strength of elastomer membranes: from electromechanical instability to bulk breakdown, Town & Country Resort and Convention Center San Diego, California (13.03.2013)
  12. Fast triggering of instabilities in balloon membranes by dielectric elastomer actuators, Town & Country Resort and Convention Center San Diego, California (13.03.2013)
  13. Air-stable Hydrogen-bonded Molecules for Organic Field Effect Transistors, Boston (28.11.2012)
  14. From flexible to ultrathin and stretchable electronics, Graz (19.09.2012)
  15. Electrical Characterization of Planar Dielectric Elastomer Actuators and Dielectric Elastomer Minimum Energy Structures, Linz (17.09.2012)
  16. A Flexible Polymer Sensor for Light Point Localization, Krakau (11.09.2012)
  17. Electrically driven colour change in polymer opals, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (07.09.2012)
  18. Energy harvesting with dielectric elastomer generators (30.05.2012)
  19. Ultra-Thin, -Light, and -Flexible Organic Solar Cells, San Francisco, California, USA (12.04.2012)
  20. Stretchable metal films on ultrathin substrates, Berlin (26.03.2012)
  21. Tracking electrical and mechanical energy currents in dielectric elastomer generators to assess the aptitude of special elastomers for energy harvesting, San Diego, California, Town and Country Resort and Convention Center (15.03.2012)
  22. Phase-Transition Actuator Inspired by Plants, Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA (30.11.2011)
  23. Stretchable metal electrodes on dielectric elastomers, Pisa (08.06.2011)
  24. Biocompatible and Biodegradable Materials for Organic Field Effect Transistors and Circuits: Route towards Green Electronics, Nizza, Congress Center (10.05.2011)
  25. Nonvolatile Organic Field-effect Transistor Memory Elements and Circuits from Biodegradable and Biocompatible Materials (26.04.2011)
  26. Electromechanical charge pumps based on dielectric elastomer membranes: maximal energy of conversion for energy harvesting applications, San Diego, California, Town and Country Resort and Convention Center (08.03.2011)
  27. Inflation of dielectric elastomer membranes for energy harvesting: prestretch, rupture, dielectric breakdown, and the electromechanical instability, San Diego Town and Country Resort & Convention Center San Diego, CA (08.03.2011)
  28. Biocompatible and Biodegradable Materials for Organic Field Effect Transistors, Boston, Hynes Convention Center (29.11.2010)
  29. Adding interactivity to surfaces using photosensitive Q-foils, Centre de Congrès Pierre Baudis, Toulouse, France (23.09.2010)
  30. 10PbTiO3 – P(VDF‐TRFE) – nanocomposite for pressure and temperature sensitive skin, 10th European Conference on the Applications of Polar Dielectrics Herriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland (10.08.2010)
  31. High frequency QCM flow cell with enhanced accuracy for liquid and biochemical sensing, 13th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors, The University Western Australia Perth (13.07.2010)
  32. Electrode Free Elastomer Actuators with Unlimited Actuation Range, Actuator 2010 Bremen (14.06.2010)
  33. New strategies and materials for organic field effect transistors, 4th International Symposium Technologies for Polymer Electronics TPE 10 Thüringisches Institut für Textil- und Kunsstoff-Forschung e. V., Rudolstadt (19.05.2010)
  34. Power and Signal Distribution and Supplies in Stretchable Electronics, MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco San Francisco (09.04.2010)
  35. Aptitude of Dielectric Elastomer Transducers for Energy Harvesting Generators, MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco San Francisco (08.04.2010)
  36. Biomimetic Dielectric Elastomer Actuators Operated Under Charge and Voltage Controlled Conditions, Moscone West, San Francisco, USA (08.04.2010)
  37. Q-Foil – a novel 2D position sensitive technology, 5th Global Plastic Electronics Conference and Exhibition Dresden (29.10.2009)
  38. SURVEY OF THERMAL PULSE AND WAVE TECHNIQUES FOR ELECTRET AND DIELECTRIC MATERIAL CHARACTERIZATION, Katholische Universität Leuven Leuven (21.07.2009)
  39. Light- and touch-point localization using flexible large area organic photodiodes and elastomer waveguides, SPIE Europe Optics + Optoelectronics Prag (21.04.2009)
  40. A Rigorous Thermodynamic Description of Dielectric Elastomer Actuators Meets Capacitive Extensometry for Transient Strain Analysis, MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco San Francisco (15.04.2009)
  41. Flexible and Conformable Touchpads and Keyboards Based on Piezoelectric Polymers, MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco San Francisco (15.04.2009)
  42. Hit the spot - 2d light point localisation in flexible and stretchable planar waveguides, MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco San Francisco (15.04.2009)
  43. Stable, Evaporation Processed Organic Thin Film Transistors on Deformable Plastic Substrates, MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco San Francisco (14.04.2009)
  44. 2d light point locallisation in stretchable planar waveguide, Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (DPG-73) Dresden 2009 Dresden (25.03.2009)
  45. Light- and touch-point localization using flexible large area organic photodiodes, Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (DPG-73) Dresden 2009 Dresden (25.03.2009)
  46. Stretchable pressure sensor made of ferroelectret-elastomer-composite and elastic gold electrodes, Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (DPG-73) Dresden 2009 Dresden (24.03.2009)
  47. Cellular ferroelectrets for flexible touchpads, keyboards and tactile sensors, IEEE Sensors 2008 Lecce (29.10.2008)
  48. Analysis of safe and failure mode regimes of dielectric elastomer actuators, IEEE Sensors 2008 Lecce (26.10.2008)
  49. Cellular Ferroelectrets for Soft Matter Integrated Devices with Advanced Functionality, 13th International Symposium on Electrets (ISE13) Tokyo (17.09.2008)
  50. Stretchable Piezoelectric-like Pressure Sensor Circuit, MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco San Francisco (27.03.2008)
  51. From dielectric elastomers to cellular ferroelectrets: soft matter as electroactive transducer materials, San Diego Town and Country Resort & Convention Center San Diego, CA (12.03.2008)
  52. Soft, flexible and conformable ferroelectret touchpad, Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (DPG-72) Berlin 2008 Berlin (26.02.2008)
  53. Cellular polymer ferroelectrets for generation and detection of air-borne ultrasound, Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (DPG-72) Berlin 2008 Berlin (25.02.2008)
  54. Flexible Touch- and Pressure Sensitive Piezo Elastomer Stretch Sensor for Simple Surface Point Location Detection, Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (DPG-72) Berlin 2008 Berlin (25.02.2008)
  55. High frequency QCM flow cell with enhanced accuracy for liquid and biochemical sensing, Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (DPG-72) Berlin 2008 Berlin (25.02.2008)
  56. Flexible pyro- and piezoelectric PbTiO3/P(VDF-TrFE) nanocomposite sensor arrays, International Conference on Electroceramics ICE 2007 Arusha (03.08.2007)
  57. Stability of polypropylene ferroelectrets against ionizing alpha-radiation, DPG Spring Meeting 2007 Regensburg (26.03.2007)
  58. Lesser-Known Piezoelectric and Pyroelectric Applications of Electroactive Polymers, MRS Meeting, Boston, 2006 Boston (28.11.2006)
  59. Stability of Polypropylene Ferroelectrets Against Ionizing a-, Polymerwerkstoffe 2006, Halle (Saale) Halle/Saale (27.09.2006)
  60. Flexible ferroelectret field-effect switches, European Conference on Applications of Polar Dielectrics (ECAPD) Metz (08.09.2006)
  61. Flexible ferroelectret field-effect switches, Internatonal Symposium on Applications of Ferroelectrics, Sunset Beach NC, 2006 Sunset, Beach, NC (31.07.2006)
  62. The ferroelectret field-effect transistor, DPG Spring Meeting 2006 Dresden (29.03.2006)
  63. Bericht der österreichischen Delegation über die 2. Internationale IUPAP Konferenz „Women in Physics“ in Rio de Janeiro, Brasilien, 55. Jahrestagung der Österr. Physikal. Gesellschaft (ÖPG-55) Wien Wien (29.09.2005)
  64. Second harmonic generation of light in classical, DPG Spring Meeting 2005 Dresden (05.03.2003)

Vortragstyp: Vortrag auf einer Tagung (nicht referiert)

  1. Printed high-k metal oxide dielectrics for flexible large area electronics, JKU, Linz (01.06.2012)
  2. Biodegradeable and biocompatible OFET's, FWF Cluster Meeting on Organic Thin Films Admont (30.09.2010)
  3. Tutorial on impedance spectroscopy, JKU Linz (22.10.2009)
  4. Functionalized Dielectrics for OFETs, FWF Cluster Meeting on Organic Thin Films Admont (18.09.2009)
  5. Ray-Trace Modelling of an Infrared CO2-Sensor, Wien Wien (30.06.2009)
  6. Stretchable pressure sensor made of ferroelectret-elastomer-composite and elastic gold electrodes, Wien Wien (30.06.2009)
  7. Functionalized Dielectrics for OFETs, FWF Cluster Meeting on Organic Thin Films Leoben (26.02.2009)
  8. Soft Matter Physics, 3. ARGE Workshop ÖAW Wien (31.05.2007)
  9. Cellular ferroelectret films expansion and pressure sensor, Meeting der ISOTEC-Nanoinitiative Semmering (16.01.2007)
  10. Ferroelectric field-effect switches, FWF Cluster Meeting on Organic Thin Films Admont (28.09.2006)
  11. Foaming in Polymers, Meeting der ISOTEC-Nanoinitiative Reinisch-Kogel (07.07.2006)
  12. Dielectric, pyro-, piezo- and ferroelectric polymers, Workshop on Organic Semiconducting Nanostructures Mondsee Mondsee (06.07.2006)

Vortragstyp: Posterpräsentation

  1. 3-D oxide architecture for plastic electronics, Okinawa (06.11.2014)
  2. Laser induced photocurrent approach to study the degradation of organic solar cells, Lütfi K?rdar Congress and Exhibition Center, Istanbul (17.08.2014)
  3. Elastomer electret converter for large scale energy harvesting, Linköping (11.06.2014)
  4. Degradation Studys of Solar Cells with Laser Beam Induced Current Measurements, Lille (28.05.2014)
  5. Variable Capacitance Energy Harvesting, Linz, JKU (04.09.2013)
  6. Laser induced photocurrent approach to study the degradation of organic solar cells, Istanbul Convention Center (17.08.2013)
  7. Approaches to soft electronic skin, Dübendorf (25.06.2013)
  8. Ultrathin high-k metal oxide dielectrics via potentiostatic anodisation for flexible large area electronics, Erlangen (19.06.2013)
  9. Large area piezoelectric impact sensors, Montreal, Kanada (16.10.2012)
  10. Highly deformable conductors on ultrathin substrates, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (07.09.2012)
  11. Printed high-k metal oxide dielectrics for flexible large area electronics, Linz (16.08.2012)
  12. Energy harvesting with dielectric elastomer generators, Potsdam (30.05.2012)
  13. Dynamic Capacitive Extensometry Setup for In-Situ Monitoring of Dielectric Elastomer Actuators (14.05.2012)
  14. Flexible, Large Area Polymer Sensor for Light Point Localization, Wien (24.04.2012)
  15. Phase-transition actuator, Berlin (28.03.2012)
  16. Ferroelectret Based Flexible Keyboards and Tactile Sensors, Montpellier (30.08.2011)
  17. Heteropolar Ferroelectrets for Ultrathin Flexible Keyboards and Tactile Sensors, Eurosensors 24 Linz (07.09.2010)
  18. High Frequency QCM Based Sensor System for Sensitive Detection of Dissolved Analytes, Eurosensors 24 Linz (07.09.2010)
  19. Flexible Large Area Photodetectors for Human Machine Interfaces, Eurosensors 24 Linz (06.09.2010)
  20. Organic Field Effect Transistors from Simple Molecules on Plastic Substrates, MRS Fall Meeting 2009 Boston (02.12.2009)
  21. The Röntgen Experiment - A Historical Idea Opening up Interesting Possibilities for Dielectric Elastomer Actuator Design and Material Characterization, MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco San Francisco (15.04.2009)
  22. Electroactive Polymers for Flexible and Conformable Touchpads and Keyboards, Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (DPG-73) Dresden 2009 Dresden (26.03.2009)
  23. High Frequency QCM Flow cell with Enhanced Accuracy for Liquid and Biochemical Sensing, Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft (DPG-73) Dresden 2009 Dresden (25.03.2009)
  24. Flexible Touch- and Pressure Sensitive Piezo Elastomer Stretch Sensor for Simple Surface Position Detection, 13th International Symposium on Electrets (ISE13) Tokyo (15.09.2008)
  25. Flexible and stretchable ferroelectret sensors for location sensitive touchpads, European Conference on Applications of Polar Dielectrics (ECAPD) Rom (28.08.2008)
  26. High-frequency quartz crystal microbalance flow cell with enhanced accuracy for liquid and biochemical sensing, DPG Spring Meeting 2007 Regensburg (28.03.2007)
  27. IONIC IMPURITIES IN PVA GATE DIELECTRICS CAUSE HYSTERESIS IN ORGANIC FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTORS, Planneralm, Donnersbach (30.01.2007)
  28. LOW FREQUENCY DIELECTRIC SPECTROSCOPY OF POLY(VINYL ALCOHOL) GATE DIELECTRICS, Planneralm Planneralm, Donnersbach (30.01.2007)
  29. Multifunctional ferroelectric polymer - piezoelectric ceramic nano-composites for flexible skin-like electronics, Planneralm Planneralm, Donnersbach (30.01.2007)
  30. Impedance analysis of actuation response of dielectric elastomer actuators, 56. Jahrestagung der österr. physikal. Gesellschaft (ÖPG-56) (Graz) Graz (20.09.2006)
  31. On the way to nano-porous polymer foams, DPG Spring Meeting 2006 Dresden (28.03.2006)
  32. Experimental and analytical study of basic ferroelectretic behavior based on a single air-gap electret model system, 55. Jahrestagung der Österr. Physikal. Gesellschaft (ÖPG-55) Wien Wien (28.09.2005)
  33. Atmospheric Pressure Dielectric Barrier Discharges - a low cost system for surface modifaction, Proc. 2nd IUPAP Conf. On Women in Physics Rio de Janeiro (23.05.2005)
  34. Being a Women Physicist in Austria, Proc. 2nd IUPAP Conf. On Women in Physics Rio de Janeiro (23.05.2005)
  35. Dielektrisch behinderte Entladungen - eine wirkungsvolle Methode zur Oberflächenmodifikation, 69. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft (DPG) Berlin Berlin (08.03.2005)
  36. Dielectric Barrier Discharges – an effective method for surface modification, 54. Jahrestagung der Österr. Physikal. Gesellschaft (ÖPG-54) Linz Linz (28.09.2004)
  37. A fairytale of ferroelectricity, School on Polymers and Composites for Microelectronics and Robotics (PCMR) Wierzba (11.05.2004)

Vortragstyp: Andere Vorträge und Präsentationen

  1. Soft Matter Physics at JKU, Pau (20.11.2013)
  2. Hatte Aristoteles doch recht? Von Wurfgesetzen zu aktueller Grundlagenforschung, JKU, Linz (01.02.2013)
  3. Flexible pyro- and piezoelectric PbTiO3/P(VDF-TrFE) nanocomposite sensor arrays, Nanoforum 2007, JKU Linz Linz (18.05.2007)
  4. Dielektrische Nichtlinearitäten von zellularen Ferroelektreten, Technische Universität Darmstadt Darmstadt (14.03.2007)
  5. NANORAC – Nanometric organic actuators, Hotel Schloss Mühldorf Feldkirchen/Donau (23.02.2007)