Andreas Richter
Andreas Richter
Professor of Microsystems, TU Dresden
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TitleCited byYear
Review on hydrogel-based pH sensors and microsensors
A Richter, G Paschew, S Klatt, J Lienig, KF Arndt, HJP Adler
Sensors 8 (1), 561-581, 2008
6062008
Chemical and pH sensors based on the swelling behavior of hydrogels
G Gerlach, M Guenther, J Sorber, G Suchaneck, KF Arndt, A Richter
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 111, 555-561, 2005
2442005
Electronically controllable microvalves based on smart hydrogels: magnitudes and potential applications
A Richter, D Kuckling, S Howitz, T Gehring, KF Arndt
Journal of microelectromechanical systems 12 (5), 748-753, 2003
1842003
Application of Sensitive Hydrogels in Flow Control
KF Arndt, D Kuckling, A Richter
Polym. Adv. Technol 11, 496-505, 2000
1812000
Hydrogels for actuators
A Richter
Hydrogel Sensors and Actuators, 221-248, 2010
166*2010
Poly (vinyl alcohol)/poly (acrylic acid) hydrogels: FT‐IR spectroscopic characterization of crosslinking reaction and work at transition point
KF Arndt, A Richter, S Ludwig, J Zimmermann, J Kressler, D Kuckling, ...
Acta Polymerica 50 (11‐12), 383-390, 1999
1481999
Characterization of a microgravimetric sensor based on pH sensitive hydrogels
A Richter, A Bund, M Keller, KF Arndt
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 99 (2-3), 579-585, 2004
1362004
Hydrogel-based μTAS
A Richter
in Leondes C.T. (eds) MEMS/NEMSHandbook Techniques and Applications, 473-503, 2006
131*2006
Influence of volume phase transition phenomena on the behavior of hydrogel-based valves
A Richter, S Howitz, D Kuckling, KF Arndt
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 99 (2-3), 451-458, 2004
1262004
Temperature and pH‐Dependent Swelling Behavior of Poly(N‐isopropylacrylamide) Copolymer Hydrogels and Their Use in Flow Control
D Kuckling, A Richter, KF Arndt
Macromolecular Materials and Engineering 288 (2), 144-151, 2003
922003
Synthesis of stimuli-sensitive hydrogels in the μm and sub-μm range by radiation techniques and their application
KF Arndt, A Richter, I Mönch
Hydrogels, 121-140, 2009
87*2009
Micropumps operated by swelling and shrinking of temperature-sensitive hydrogels
A Richter, S Klatt, G Paschew, C Klenke
Lab on a Chip 9 (4), 613-618, 2009
802009
Application of sensitive hydrogels in chemical and pH sensors
G Gerlach, M Guenther, G Suchaneck, J Sorber, KF Arndt, A Richter
Macromolecular Symposia 210 (1), 403-410, 2004
752004
Optoelectrothermic Control of Highly Integrated Polymer‐Based MEMS Applied in an Artificial Skin
A Richter, G Paschew
Advanced Materials 21 (9), 979-983, 2009
502009
Controlled Double‐Sensitivity of Microgels Applied to Electronically Adjustable Chemostats
A Richter, A Türke, A Pich
Advanced Materials 19 (8), 1109-1112, 2007
462007
Electromechanically active polymers: a concise reference
F Carpi, et al.
Springer, ISBN 978-3-319-31530-0 (eBook), 2016
412016
Fluidic microchemomechanical integrated circuits processing chemical information
R Greiner, M Allerdissen, A Voigt, A Richter
Lab on a Chip 12 (23), 5034-5044, 2012
322012
Automatic conveyor driven by hydrogels, provided with an adjustable output characteristic for conveying a medium
A Richter, C Klenke, KF Arndt, G Schiltges
US Patent 7479135 (B2), 2009
312009
Mechanically adjustable chemostats based on stimuli-responsive polymers
A Richter, J Wenzel, K Kretschmer
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 125 (2), 569-573, 2007
292007
Autonomous Chemical Oscillator Circuit Based on Bidirectional Chemical‐Microfluidic Coupling
G Paschew, J Schreiter, A Voigt, C Pini, JP Chávez, M Allerdißen, ...
Advanced Materials Technologies 1 (1), 1600005, 2016
282016
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