In his study, Martin Kaltenbrunner carries out multidisciplinary Nanotechnology and Engineering physics research. Martin Kaltenbrunner conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Engineering physics and Nanotechnology. Martin Kaltenbrunner connects Electrical engineering with Mechanical engineering in his research. Martin Kaltenbrunner integrates Mechanical engineering with Electrical engineering in his study. Martin Kaltenbrunner performs integrative Optoelectronics and Photonics research in his work. Photonics and Optoelectronics are two areas of study in which Martin Kaltenbrunner engages in interdisciplinary research. As part of his studies on Electronics, Martin Kaltenbrunner often connects relevant subjects like Stretchable electronics. The study of Stretchable electronics is intertwined with the study of Electronics in a number of ways. Composite material is closely attributed to Elastomer in his study.
Many of his studies on Nanotechnology apply to Flexible electronics as well. His research on Flexible electronics often connects related areas such as Nanotechnology. Electrical engineering and Voltage are frequently intertwined in his study. He regularly links together related areas like Transistor in his Voltage studies. While working on this project, Martin Kaltenbrunner studies both Transistor and Electrical engineering. His Optoelectronics study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Dielectric. His research brings together the fields of Optoelectronics and Dielectric. Martin Kaltenbrunner merges Composite material with Polymer in his research. His work blends Polymer and Composite material studies together.
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An ultra-lightweight design for imperceptible plastic electronics
Martin Kaltenbrunner;Tsuyoshi Sekitani;Tsuyoshi Sekitani;Jonathan Reeder;Jonathan Reeder;Tomoyuki Yokota.
Ultrathin and lightweight organic solar cells with high flexibility
Martin Kaltenbrunner;Matthew S. White;Eric D. Głowacki;Tsuyoshi Sekitani;Tsuyoshi Sekitani.
Nature Communications (2012)
Ultrathin, highly flexible and stretchable PLEDs
Matthew S. White;Martin Kaltenbrunner;Martin Kaltenbrunner;Eric D. Głowacki;Kateryna Gutnichenko.
Nature Photonics (2013)
Flexible high power-per-weight perovskite solar cells with chromium oxide–metal contacts for improved stability in air
Martin Kaltenbrunner;Getachew Adam;Eric Daniel Głowacki;Michael Drack.
Nature Materials (2015)
Ultraflexible organic photonic skin
Tomoyuki Yokota;Peter Zalar;Martin Kaltenbrunner;Hiroaki Jinno.
Science Advances (2016)
25th Anniversary Article: A Soft Future: From Robots and Sensor Skin to Energy Harvesters
Siegfried Bauer;Simona Bauer-Gogonea;Ingrid Graz;Martin Kaltenbrunner;Martin Kaltenbrunner.
Advanced Materials (2014)
Printable elastic conductors with a high conductivity for electronic textile applications
Naoji Matsuhisa;Martin Kaltenbrunner;Martin Kaltenbrunner;Tomoyuki Yokota;Tomoyuki Yokota;Hiroaki Jinno.
Nature Communications (2015)
Instant tough bonding of hydrogels for soft machines and electronics
Daniela Wirthl;Robert Pichler;Michael Drack;Gerald Kettlguber.
Science Advances (2017)
Ultraflexible, large-area, physiological temperature sensors for multipoint measurements
Tomoyuki Yokota;Yusuke Inoue;Yuki Terakawa;Jonathan Reeder;Jonathan Reeder.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2015)
Röntgen’s electrode-free elastomer actuators without electromechanical pull-in instability
Christoph Keplinger;Martin Kaltenbrunner;Nikita Arnold;Siegfried Bauer.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2010)
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