Index of Authors

Wachutka, G.

Squeeze Film Damping in Arbitrary Shaped Microdevices Modelled by an Accurate Mixed Level Scheme

Physically-Based Damping Model for Highly Perforated and Largely Deflected Torsional Actuators

Simulation of Electrical Field Induced Particle Transfer

Evaluation of the Breakdown Behavior of 4H-SiC Schottky Diodes with a p-Guardring Junction Termination

Compact Thermal Model for Transient Temperature Fields in Electronic Systems

Mixed-Level Model for Highly Perforated Torsional Actuators Coupling the Mechanical, the Electrostatic and the Fluidic Domain

Mixed-Level Model for Highly Perforated Torsional Actuators Coupling the Mechanical, the Electrostatic and the Fluidic Domain

Compact Models for Squeeze-Film Damping in the Slip Flow Regime

Modeling of the Cosmic Radiation-Induced Failure Mechanism in High Power Devices

Adaptive Control for Reducing the Effect of Damping on the Output Signal of Microgyroscopes

Physically-Based High-Level System Model of a MEMS-Gyroscope for the Efficient Design of Control Algorithms

Detailed Analysis of Quantum-Effects in Nanowire Tunneling Transistors with Different Channel-Profiles

Automatically Generated and Experimentally Validated System-Level Model of a Microelectromechanical RF Switch

Calibration and Validation Procedure for Reliable and Predictive High-level Transducer Models Suited for System-level Design

Electromechanical and Electromagnetic Simulation of RF-MEMS Complex Networks Based on Compact Modeling Approach

Squeeze-Film Damping in Perforated Microstructures: Modeling, Simulation and Pressure-Dependent Experimental Validation

Wack, D.

Dielectric Response in Silicon Nanostructures from first principles

Wada, H.G.

High Sensitivity, Microfluidic Immunoassays utilizing DNA-conjugated Antibodies to Accelerate the Electrophoretic Separation of Antigen-Antibody Complexes.

Wada, Y.

Spacific Flow Control Systems Using IR Laser Induced Sol-Gel Transfer of Hydrogel

Wade, L.A.

Single-molecule Fluorescence and Force Microscopy Employing Carbon Nanotubes