Dr. Elmar Kroner
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Functional adhesive surfaces with “gecko” effect: The concept of contact splitting
M Kamperman, E Kroner, A del Campo, RM McMeeking, E Arzt
Advanced Engineering Materials 12 (5), 335-348, 2010
2002010
Adhesion characteristics of PDMS surfaces during repeated pull‐off force measurements
E Kroner, R Maboudian, E Arzt
Advanced Engineering Materials 12 (5), 398-404, 2010
922010
Hierarchical bioinspired adhesive surfaces—a review
D Brodoceanu, CT Bauer, E Kroner, E Arzt, T Kraus
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 11 (5), 051001, 2016
652016
Effect of nano-and micro-roughness on adhesion of bioinspired micropatterned surfaces
N Cañas, M Kamperman, B Völker, E Kroner, RM McMeeking, E Arzt
Acta biomaterialia 8 (1), 282-288, 2012
642012
Switchable adhesion in vacuum using bio-inspired dry adhesives
J Purtov, M Frensemeier, E Kroner
ACS applied materials & interfaces 7 (43), 24127-24135, 2015
542015
Adhesion of flat and structured PDMS samples to spherical and flat probes: a comparative study
E Kroner, DR Paretkar, RM McMeeking, E Arzt
The Journal of Adhesion 87 (5), 447-465, 2011
472011
Dense arrays of uniform submicron pores in silicon and their applications
D Brodoceanu, R Elnathan, B Prieto-Simón, B Delalat, T Guinan, E Kroner, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 7 (2), 1160-1169, 2015
432015
Temperature‐Induced Switchable Adhesion using Nickel–Titanium–Polydimethylsiloxane Hybrid Surfaces
M Frensemeier, JS Kaiser, CP Frick, AS Schneider, E Arzt, RS Fertig III, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 25 (20), 3013-3021, 2015
402015
Note: An adhesion measurement setup for bioinspired fibrillar surfaces using flat probes
E Kroner, J Blau, E Arzt
Review of Scientific Instruments 83 (1), 016101, 2012
332012
Hierarchical macroscopic fibrillar adhesives: in situ study of buckling and adhesion mechanisms on wavy substrates
CT Bauer, E Kroner, NA Fleck, E Arzt
Bioinspiration & biomimetics 10 (6), 066002, 2015
282015
Single macroscopic pillars as model system for bioinspired adhesives: influence of tip dimension, aspect ratio, and tilt angle
M Micciché, E Arzt, E Kroner
ACS applied materials & interfaces 6 (10), 7076-7083, 2014
262014
Single macropillars as model systems for tilt angle dependent adhesion measurements
E Kroner, E Arzt
International journal of adhesion and adhesives 36, 32-38, 2012
252012
A novel bioinspired switchable adhesive with three distinct adhesive states
PY Isla, E Kroner
Advanced functional materials 25 (16), 2444-2450, 2015
242015
Effect of viscoelasticity on the spherical and flat adhesion characteristics of photopolymerizable acrylate polymer networks
N Lakhera, A Graucob, AS Schneider, E Kroner, E Arzt, CM Yakacki, ...
International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives 44, 184-194, 2013
232013
Bioinspired polydimethylsiloxane-based composites with high shear resistance against wet tissue
SCL Fischer, O Levy, E Kroner, R Hensel, JM Karp, E Arzt
journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials 61, 87-95, 2016
222016
Effect of repeated contact on adhesion measurements involving polydimethylsiloxane structural material
E Kroner, R Maboudian, E Arzt
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 5 (1), 012004, 2009
202009
Three-dimensional hierarchical cultivation of human skin cells on bio-adaptive hybrid fibers
V Planz, S Seif, JS Atchison, B Vukosavljevic, L Sparenberg, E Kroner, ...
Integrative Biology 8 (7), 775-784, 2016
172016
Fabrication of metal nanoparticle arrays by controlled decomposition of polymer particles
D Brodoceanu, C Fang, NH Voelcker, CT Bauer, A Wonn, E Kroner, E Arzt, ...
Nanotechnology 24 (8), 085304, 2013
172013
Adhesion of biocompatible and biodegradable micropatterned surfaces
JS Kaiser, M Kamperman, EJ De Souza, B Schick, E Arzt
The International journal of artificial organs 34 (2), 180-184, 2011
152011
Bioinspired polymeric surface patterns for medical applications
E Kroner, JS Kaiser, SCL Fischer, E Arzt
Journal of applied biomaterials & functional materials 10 (3), 287-292, 2012
142012
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