His work in Homogeneous addresses subjects such as Thermodynamics, which are connected to disciplines such as Elastic modulus. His Thermodynamics research extends to Elastic modulus, which is thematically connected. His Ternary operation study which covers Programming language that intersects with SIGNAL (programming language). With his scientific publications, his incorporates both SIGNAL (programming language) and Programming language. His research on Composite material frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Modulus. In his papers, Eckhard Quandt integrates diverse fields, such as Nanotechnology and Nanoindentation. He combines Nanoindentation and Nanotechnology in his research. He integrates Thin film with Aluminium in his study. He integrates many fields in his works, including Aluminium and Thin film.
Composite material is closely attributed to Annealing (glass) in his work. He regularly ties together related areas like Composite material in his Annealing (glass) studies. Nanotechnology is closely attributed to Sputter deposition in his research. He integrates many fields in his works, including Sputter deposition and Sputtering. While working on this project, Eckhard Quandt studies both Sputtering and Thin film. His work in Thin film is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Nanotechnology. Eckhard Quandt undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Quantum mechanics and Condensed matter physics in his work. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Condensed matter physics and Quantum mechanics in his work. Eckhard Quandt performs multidisciplinary study in Magnetic field and Voltage in his work.
His studies examine the connections between Immersion (mathematics) and genetics, as well as such issues in Pure mathematics, with regards to Field (mathematics). His Field (mathematics) study frequently involves adjacent topics like Pure mathematics. Cavity magnetron and Sputter deposition are all intrinsically tied to his study in Sputtering. He connects Sputter deposition with Sputtering in his study. His Structural material research extends to Metallurgy, which is thematically connected. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Nanotechnology and Miniaturization through his works. His Composite material study frequently links to related topics such as Cantilever. Cantilever is closely attributed to Composite material in his study. His research on Thin film often connects related areas such as Cavity magnetron.
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New materials for micro-scale sensors and actuators An engineering review
Stephen A. Wilson;Renaud P.J. Jourdain;Qi Zhang;Robert A. Dorey.
Materials Science & Engineering R-reports (2007)
DETERMINATION OF ELASTIC MODULUS OF THIN LAYERS USING NANOINDENTATION
J. Menčík;D. Munz;E. Quandt;E. R. Weppelmann.
Journal of Materials Research (1997)
Ultralow-fatigue shape memory alloy films
Christoph Chluba;Wenwei Ge;Rodrigo Lima de Miranda;Julian Strobel.
Caloric Effects in Ferroic Materials: New Concepts for Cooling†
Sebastian Fähler;Ulrich K. Rößler;Oliver Kastner;Jürgen Eckert.
Advanced Engineering Materials (2012)
Giant magnetoelectric coefficients in (Fe90Co10)78Si12B10-AlN thin film composites
Henry Greve;Eric Woltermann;Hans-Joachim Quenzer;Bernhard Wagner.
Applied Physics Letters (2010)
High cyclic stability of the elastocaloric effect in sputtered TiNiCu shape memory films
C. Bechtold;C. Chluba;R. Lima de Miranda;E. Quandt.
Applied Physics Letters (2012)
Exchange biasing of magnetoelectric composites
Enno Lage;Christine Kirchhof;Viktor Hrkac;Lorenz Kienle.
Nature Materials (2012)
A Love-wave biosensor using nucleic acids as ligands
Marc D. Schlensog;Thomas M.A. Gronewold;Michael Tewes;Michael Famulok;Michael Famulok.
Sensors and Actuators B-chemical (2004)
Thin film shape memory microvalves with adjustable operation temperature
M Kohl;D Dittmann;E Quandt;B Winzek.
Sensors and Actuators A-physical (2000)
Evolution of temperature profiles in TiNi films for elastocaloric cooling
H. Ossmer;F. Lambrecht;M. Gültig;C. Chluba.
Acta Materialia (2014)
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