Dr. Andreas Winkler

Department:IKM - Micro- and Nanostructures
Position:Post-Doctoral Researcher
Address:IFW Dresden
Helmholtzstraße 20
01069 Dresden
Telephone number:+49-351-4659-575
E-mail:A.Winkler(at)ifw-dresden.de



Member of the SAWLab Saxony - The scientific network for acoustoelectronics!

Scientific Focus

  • Interaction of tailored acoustic wave fields with fluids and dispersions at the microscale
  • Integration of electric, fluidic, optic and acoustic components in Lab-on-a-Chip devices
  • Substrate surface modification and functional thin films
  • Emerging microacoustic applications

Journal papers

2016

E. Brachmann, S. Menzel, S. Oswald, A. Winkler: Material-related effects during ion beam treatment by an end-Hall ion source, Vacuum 124 (2016), S. 65-71 URL

A. Kirchner, A. Winkler, S.M. Menzel, B. Holzapfel, R. Huehne: Surface Acoustic Waves - A New Thin-Film Deposition Approach for Coated Conductors, IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 26 (2016) Nr. 3, S. 6602704/1-4 URL

A. Winkler, A. Kirchner, P. Bergelt, R. Huehne, S. Menzel: Thin film deposition based on microacoustic sol atomization (MASA), Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology 78 (2016) Nr. 1, S. 26-33 URL

A. Winkler, P. Bergelt, L. Hillemann, S. Menzel: Influence of viscosity in fluid atomization with surface acoustic waves, Open Journal of Acoustics (2016), S. 1-10

A. Winkler, R. Bruenig, C. Faust, R. Weser, H. Schmidt: Towards efficient surface acoustic wave (SAW)-based microfluidic actuators, Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 247 (2016), S. 259-268 URL

2015

A. Winkler, S.M. Harazim, S.B. Menzel, H. Schmidt: SAW-based fluid atomization using mass-producible chip devices, Lab on a Chip 15 (2015) Nr. 18, S. 3793-3799 URL

2012

D.J. Collins, O. Manor, A. Winkler, H. Schmidt, J.R. Friend, L.Y. Yeo: Atomization off thin water films generated by high-frequency substrate wave vibrations, Physical Review E 86 (2012), S. 56312/1-9 URL

2010

A. Winkler, S.B. Menzel, H. Schmidt, I. Moench, A. Jahn, U. Kuenzelmann: Novel technology for SAW based microfluidic devices with buried interdigital transducer electrodes, IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 8 (2010) Nr. 1, S. 12012/1-5 URL

2008

F. Wolny, U. Weissker, T. Muehl, A. Leonhardt, S. Menzel, A. Winkler, B. Buechner: Iron-filled carbon nanotubes as probes for magnetic force microscopy, Journal of Applied Physics 104 (2008) Nr. 6, S. 64908/1-5 URL

2006

A. Winkler, T. Muehl, S. Menzel, R. Kozhuharova-Koseva, S. Hampel, A. Leonhardt, B. Buechner: Magnetic force microscopy sensors using iron-filled carbon nanotubes, Journal of Applied Physics 99 (2006) Nr. 10, S. 104905/1-5 URL

Contributions to collected editions/proceedings

2014

R. Bruenig, A. Winkler, S. Wege, H. Schmidt: SAW technology for microfluidics and considerations about efficiency, 4th European Conference on Microfluidics, Limerick/ Ireland, 10.-12.12.14, in: Proceedings, 20141-20148 (2014)

2011

R. Bruenig, A. Winkler, G. Guhr, H. Schmidt: Active mixing in microfluidic systems using surface acoustic waves, 2011 IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium (IUS), in: Proceedings, 794-796 (2011) URL

2009

A. Winkler, S. Menzel, H. Schmidt: SAW-grade SiO2 for advanced microfluidic devices, in: Proceedings of SPIE, 7362, 73621Q (2009)