Experimental Physics and functional Materials
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil. Inga Fischer
Since 2021 Research associate at the Chair of Experimental Physics and Functional Materials at BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg.
2020 - 2021 Research associate at the Institute for Modeling and Simulation of Biomechanical Systems University of Stuttgart in cooperation with the 3rd Institute of Physics of the University of Stuttgart.
Research focus: "Development of an electronic muscle fiber, for validation of electrical sensors (EMG) and magnetic quantum sensors (such as NV and OPM).
2017 - 2020 M.Sc. Electrical and Information Engineering University of Stuttgart (focus on micro-, opto- and quantum electronics).
Master thesis: "Comparison of TMR and NV sensors for bioelectrical signal measurements".
2013 - 2017 B.Sc: Electrical Engineering and Information Technology University of Stuttgart (focus on micro-, opto- and quantum electronics).
Bachelor thesis: "Further development of a fabrication process for a 4 terminal-Hanle structure, for measurement of a spin-polarized electron current".
Born 1994 in Kirchheim unter Teck.
Development of a refractive index sensor for the detection of gas molecules.
"Electronic noses for monitoring agricultural areas based on miniaturized arrays of affinity sensors (AgriNose)", WIR! consortium LIL Land-Innovation-Lausitz
Tutorial of the advanced lab course