Highlights in 2013

12/2013Group member awarded Tschirnhaus certificate
Our group member Gilbert Santiago Cañón Bermúdez was awarded the Ehrenfried Walter von Tschirnhaus certificate for his outstanding results during his studies which he finished as one of the best graduates in Nanobiophysics at the TU Dresden. PDF

11/2013Ultra-thin and flexible magnetoelectronics on ChemieXtra.com
Our work on ultra-thin and flexible magnetic field sensors was highlighted for the scientific and industrial community on ChemieXtra.com. URL PDF

10/2013Stretchable magnetic sensors featured in TU-Spektrum
Our work on stretchable magnetic sensors is featured in TU-Spektrum: the news magazine of the Chemnitz University of Technology. URL PDF

10/2013Paper featured on the cover of the SPIN journal
Our paper on Rolled-up magnetic nanomembranes is featured on the cover of the SPIN journal.

R. Streubel, D. Makarov, J. Lee, C. Müller, M. Melzer, R. Schäfer, C. C. B. Bufon, S.-K. Kim, O. G. Schmidt
Rolled-up permalloy nanomembranes with multiple windings
SPIN 3, 1340001 (2013) URL

10/2013IFW Dresden Prize 2012
Denys Makarov was awarded the Research Prize 2012 of the IFW Dresden. PDF  

10/2013Flexible magnetic Hall sensors featured in DPG journal
Our work on flexible magnetic Hall sensors was highlighted in the October issue of the DPG Physik Journal (journal of the German Physical Society - page 14). URL

09/2013ERC press release on PoC project "MagnetoFLEX"
Our PoC project "MagnetoFLEX" was selected to appear in the ERC press release announcing the results of the last PoC call. URL

The project was also highlighted on the ERC Facebook account. URL PDF

09/2013Award as best author for Daniil Karnaushenko at Printing Future Days 2013
Daniil Karnaushenko received the best author award for his talk at the conference "Printing Future Days 2013". He was invited to present his work at the 41st International Research Conference in Swansea, UK. URL PDF

09/2013Ultra-thin and flexible magnetoelectronics on online engineering platforms
Our work on ultra-thin and flexible magnetic field sensors was highlighted for the scientific and industrial community in:
  • elektroniknet.de URL
  • chemie.de URL
  • analytica-world.com URL

09/2013Find us on the Technology Transfer website of the IFW Dresden
Our work on flexible and ultra-thin magnetic field sensorics is highlighted on the IFW's Technology Transfer website. URL

07/2013INNOMAG membership
Our work is highlighted in the INNOMAG (Innovationsplattform Magnetische Mikrosysteme) index of members. PDF

07/2013Patent granted to Daniil Karnaushenko, Denys Makarov and Oliver G. Schmidt
The German patent "Verfahren zur Herstellung von gedruckten magnetischen Funktionselementen für Widerstandssensoren und gedruckte magnetische Funktionselemente" (Approach for the fabrication of printable magnetic functional elements for resistive sensors and printable magnetic functional elements) was issued in July. URL

07/2013PoC proposal "MagnetoFLEX" favourably reviewed by ERCEA
The technological relevance of our developments was acknowledged by the EU via the ERC Proof of Concept grant. URL

05/2013Focal presentation at Printing Future Days 2013
Talk by Daniil Karnaushenko on the topic "Printable magnetoelectronics" was chosen as the focal presentation at the conference "Printing Future Days 2013". URL

05/2013Printable magnetic sensorics featured in Coating International
Our work on printable highly sensitive magnetic sensorics is highlighted in Coating International. URL

D. Makarov, D. Karnaushenko, O. G. Schmidt
Printable highly sensitive magnetic sensorics
Coating International 5, 33 (2013)

04/2013Concept on printed magnetoelectronics
Our paper Printable magnetoelectronics is featured on the inside cover of the ChemPhysChem journal.

D. Makarov, D. Karnaushenko, O. G. Schmidt
Printable magnetoelectronics
ChemPhysChem 14, 1771 (2013) URL


04/2013Stretchable magnetoelectronics featured in Advances in Engineering
Our work on highly stretchable and highly sensitive spin valve sensors is highlighted in Advances in Engineering. URL

M. Melzer et al., Adv. Mater. 24, 6468 (2012) URL

04/2013Printable magnetoelectronics featured in Advances in Engineering
Our work on printable giant magnetoresistive sensorics is highlighted in Advances in Engineering. URL

D. Karnaushenko et al., Adv. Mater. 24, 4518 (2012) URL


03/2013526. Heraeus-Seminar on Functional Magnetic Nanomembranes in Bad Honnef
The main goal of the seminar was to create a solid international community working on the newly introduced topic of magnetic nanomembranes. These curved magnetic thin films are in the heart of the shapeable magnetic sensorics. Read more ...



This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration
under grant agreement no 306277.