His main research concerns Silicon, Optoelectronics, Analyte, Cartridge and Chromatography. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Etching, Surface micromachining, Bulk micromachining and Nanotechnology. His Etching study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mechanical engineering, Mechanical devices, Computer-integrated manufacturing, Microelectronics and Microprocessor.
His Optoelectronics research includes themes of Chip, Electrical engineering, Electromagnetic coil, LC circuit and Electronic engineering. As a part of the same scientific study, Kurt E. Petersen usually deals with the Electronic engineering, concentrating on Signal and frequently concerns with Integrated circuit. His Analyte research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Microfluidic chip, Elution and Sample.
Kurt E. Petersen mainly focuses on Optoelectronics, Silicon, Nanotechnology, Electronic engineering and Wafer. His study in the field of Chalcogenide glass also crosses realms of Planar. The various areas that Kurt E. Petersen examines in his Silicon study include Etching and Mechanical engineering, Pressure sensor.
Kurt E. Petersen usually deals with Mechanical engineering and limits it to topics linked to Flip chip and Integrated circuit. His Nanotechnology research incorporates elements of Microprocessor, Silicon micromachining, Surface micromachining, Mechanical devices and Microstructure. Kurt E. Petersen studied Microstructure and Substrate that intersect with Sample.
Kurt E. Petersen mostly deals with Sample, Chromatography, Cartridge, Lysis and Analytical chemistry. Kurt E. Petersen interconnects Substrate, Dielectrophoresis and Insulator in the investigation of issues within Sample. His work in the fields of Capillary electrophoresis and Sample preparation overlaps with other areas such as genomic DNA, Multiple displacement amplification and Primer dimer.
His studies in Cartridge integrate themes in fields like Analyte and Elution. His Elution research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Flow, Microfluidic chip and Extraction. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Optical detector and Analytical chemistry.
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Silicon as a mechanical material
K. E. Petersen.
Proceedings of the IEEE (1982)
Bulk micromachining of silicon
G.T.A. Kovacs;N.I. Maluf;K.E. Petersen.
Proceedings of the IEEE (1998)
Device and method for lysing cells, spores, or microorganisms
William A. McMillan;Kurt E. Petersen;Lee A. Christel;Ronald Chang.
Method for the manipulation of a fluid sample
Lee A. Christel;Gregory T. A. Kovacs;William A. McMillan;M. Allen Northrup.
Dynamic micromechanics on silicon: Techniques and devices
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices (1978)
Micromechanical membrane switches on silicon
K. E. Petersen.
Ibm Journal of Research and Development (1979)
Integrated fluid manipulation cartridge
Lee Allan Christel;Gregory T.A. Kovacs;Wiiliam A. Mcmillan;M. Allen Northrup.
Young’s modulus measurements of thin films using micromechanics
Kurt E. Petersen;C. R. Guarnieri.
Journal of Applied Physics (1979)
Method for separating an analyte from a sample
Kurt E. Petersen;William A. McMillan;Lee A. Christel;Ronald Chang.
Silicon torsional scanning mirror
Kurt E. Petersen.
Ibm Journal of Research and Development (1980)
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