Tilman Sauerwald
Tilman Sauerwald
Scientist, Saarland University, Germany
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Ordered mesoporous In2O3: synthesis by structure replication and application as a methane gas sensor
T Waitz, T Wagner, T Sauerwald, CD Kohl, M Tiemann
Advanced Functional Materials 19 (4), 653-661, 2009
Review of portable and low-cost sensors for the ambient air monitoring of benzene and other volatile organic compounds
L Spinelle, M Gerboles, G Kok, S Persijn, T Sauerwald
Sensors 17 (7), 1520, 2017
Ordered nanoporous SnO2 gas sensors with high thermal stability
T Waitz, B Becker, T Wagner, T Sauerwald, CD Kohl, M Tiemann
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 150 (2), 788-793, 2010
Highly sensitive and selective VOC sensor systems based on semiconductor gas sensors: how to?
A Schütze, T Baur, M Leidinger, W Reimringer, R Jung, T Conrad, ...
Environments 4 (1), 20, 2017
Gas mixing apparatus for automated gas sensor characterization
N Helwig, M Schüler, C Bur, A Schütze, T Sauerwald
Measurement Science and Technology 25 (5), 055903, 2014
Selective detection of hazardous VOCs for indoor air quality applications using a virtual gas sensor array
M Leidinger, T Sauerwald, W Reimringer, G Ventura, A Schütze
Journal of Sensors and Sensor Systems 3 (2), 253-263, 2014
Gas sensor based on ordered mesoporous In2O3
T Wagner, T Sauerwald, CD Kohl, T Waitz, C Weidmann, M Tiemann
Thin Solid Films 517 (22), 6170-6175, 2009
Integrated pre-concentrator gas sensor microsystem for ppb level benzene detection
M Leidinger, M Rieger, T Sauerwald, C Alépée, A Schütze
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 236, 988-996, 2016
A novel approach towards calibrated measurement of trace gases using metal oxide semiconductor sensors
C Schultealbert, T Baur, A Schütze, S Böttcher, T Sauerwald
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 239, 390-396, 2017
A high temperature capacitive humidity sensor based on mesoporous silica
T Wagner, S Krotzky, A Weiß, T Sauerwald, CD Kohl, J Roggenbuck, ...
Sensors 11 (3), 3135-3144, 2011
Selective detection of hazardous indoor VOCs using metal oxide gas sensors
M Leidinger, T Sauerwald, T Conrad, W Reimringer, G Ventura, A Schütze
Procedia Engineering 87, 1449-1452, 2014
Electrospun copper oxide nanofibers for H2S dosimetry
J Hennemann, T Sauerwald, CD Kohl, T Wagner, M Bognitzki, A Greiner
physica status solidi (a) 209 (5), 911-916, 2012
Indium-tin-oxide single-nanowire gas sensor fabricated via laser writing and subsequent etching
M Afshar, EM Preiß, T Sauerwald, M Rodner, D Feili, M Straub, K König, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 215, 525-535, 2015
Optimierung des temperaturzyklischen Betriebs von Halbleitergassensoren
T Baur, A Schütze, T Sauerwald
tm-Technisches Messen 82 (4), 187-195, 2015
X-ray absorption near-edge spectroscopy investigation of the oxidation state of Pd species in nanoporous SnO2 gas sensors for methane detection
T Wagner, M Bauer, T Sauerwald, CD Kohl, M Tiemann
Thin Solid Films 520 (3), 909-912, 2011
Pulsed laser deposition of metal oxide nanostructures for highly sensitive gas sensor applications
J Huotari, V Kekkonen, T Haapalainen, M Leidinger, T Sauerwald, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 236, 978-987, 2016
The olfaction of a fire beetle leads to new concepts for early fire warning systems
S Paczkowski, M Paczkowska, S Dippel, N Schulze, S Schütz, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 183, 273-282, 2013
Selectivity enhancement of gas sensors using non-equilibrium polarisation effects in metal oxide films
T Sauerwald, D Skiera, CD Kohl
Applied Physics A 87 (3), 525-529, 2007
Selective detection of naphthalene with nanostructured WO3 gas sensors prepared by pulsed laser deposition
M Leidinger, J Huotari, T Sauerwald, J Lappalainen, A Schütze
Journal of Sensors and Sensor Systems 5 (1), 147-156, 2016
Revisiting the electronic properties of Molecular Semiconductor–Doped Insulator (MSDI) heterojunctions through impedance and chemosensing studies
M Bouvet, P Gaudillat, A Kumar, T Sauerwald, M Schüler, A Schütze, ...
Organic Electronics 26, 345-354, 2015
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