Program 2010

Thursday, November 11th, 2010
from 15:00 Registration
17:00 Welcome Speech
Roland Waldner
PHILIPS, Austria

“The long and winding road towards Innovation-Culture”

18:00 Acoustic Event
19:00 Networking Dinner
Friday, November 12th, 2010
8:30 Introduction
Alfred Binder
8:45 Keynote I:
Victor Kalinin

“Wireless Resonant SAW Sensors for Automotive Applications”

9:15 Keynote II:
Omar Elmazria
LPMIA, France

“Langasite and AlN/Sapphire as substrates for Wireless SAW sensor operating in harsh environments”

9:45 Coffee break
10:30 Keynote III:
René Fachberger
CTR, Austria

“Applications of wireless SAW sensing in the steel industry”

11:00 Keynote IV:
Victor Plessky
GVR Trade SA, Switzerland

“UWB SAW-tags?”

11:30 Keynote V:
Marc Loschonsky

“Temperature and stress measurements on rotating machinery for industrial applications”

12:00 Lunch
13:00 Keynote VI:
Sylvain Ballandras
FEMTO-ST, France

“Accurate wireless temperature measurements using passive SAW sensors and a frequency modulation interrogation approach”

13:30 Session I

M. Pereira da Cunha, University of Maine, USA
“Wireless Interrogation of SAW Sensors in Operating Jet Engines at Extreme Temperatures”

Harry Bakker, Hescon, Netherlands
“SAW RFID for Identifying Slag pots”

Esko Forsén, Danish Technology Institute, Denmark
“Nanoimprint lithography for the fabrication of surface acoustic wave devices”

Alexandru Müller, IMT- Bucharest, Romania
“SAW devices on GaN/Si operating in the GHz frequency range”

Jerome Gruaz, AVL LIST GMBH, Austria
“High-temperature solution for identification of in-cylinder pressure sensors in internal combustion engines”

15:00 Coffee break
15:30 Session II

Elena Mayer, IMTEK, University of Freiburg, Germany
“Characterization of SAW propagation in Langasite at high temperatures”

Stefan Schuster, Vatron Gmbh, Austria
“Algorithms and Accuracy Considerations for SAW Sensor based Temperature Measurement”

Stefan Scheiblhofer, ICIE, Johannes Kepler University, Austria
“Reader Systems for Delay-Line based SAW Sensors: Modeling and Performance Analysis”

Bert Wall, VECTRON International, Germany
“SAW Resonator Based Sensor System for Wireless Interrogation”

Jacqueline Hines, ASR&D Corporation, USA
“Recent passive wireless coded SAW chemical and physical sensor developments”

17:00 Final discussion
17:30 Close of Symposium
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